The Complete Idiot's Guide to Vegan Living (The Complete Idiot's Guide)

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Vegan Living (The Complete Idiot's Guide) The Definitive Book On Becoming A Vegan With Recipes Included Becoming A Vegan Isn T Just About Giving Up Animal Products It S About Making A Lifestyle Change In The Complete Idiot S Guide To Vegan Living, Authors Beverly Lynn Bennett Known As The Vegan Chef And Ray Sammartano Provide A Complete Guide To Living Vegan Style, Focusing On Compassion For All, Good Health, And Great Eating Inside, Readers Will FindSensational Recipes, Tips For Everyday Vegan Living, The Lowdown On Vegan Myths, And Much One Of The Few Titles That Combines Information On The Vegan Lifestyle With Recipes Being A Vegan Isn T Only About What You Eat This Book Also Discusses Clothing, Cosmetics, Etc Author Is A Renowned Vegan Chef

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  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • The Complete Idiot's Guide to Vegan Living (The Complete Idiot's Guide)
  • Beverly Lynn Bennett
  • English
  • 27 July 2019
  • 9781592574179

10 thoughts on “The Complete Idiot's Guide to Vegan Living (The Complete Idiot's Guide)

  1. says:

    Elementary For new and aspiring vegans But presents veganism as complicated than it needs to be Emphasizes compassion for animals, but one need not be an animal lover to adopt this diet and lifestyle Some discussion of the health benefits for humans Rates vegetables above fruits But we humans are frugivores who should regard fruits as the very foundations of our diets See my essay called What Should We Eat on my profile page This book does not go far enough, in my opinion It recommends, or at least condones, too many foods that I consider objectionable, or even harmful Foods such as soybeans, alfalfa, sea salt, garlic, mushrooms, mock meats, etc Not everything vegan is good for you Garlic and salt are toxic, including sea salt Mushrooms too, probably A good diet should go further than this And real vegans don t eat mock meats Well OK, maybe in transition Lots of vegan recipes here most contain ingredients I don t agree with Recipes are unnecessary complications anyway For food fans in transition, but read it critically

  2. says:

    I hate me some Idiot s Guide books True story I buy books from the public all day, every day One time a couple sold both a copy of The Idiot s Guide to Sex and The Idiot s Guide to Pregnancy It was hilarious Trust me, it just was, maybe you needed to be there I SHOULDN T HAVE TO EXPLAIN MYSELF WHEN I BUY USED CRAP ALL DAY WITH A HORNET S NEST IN THE BOX Anyhoooo I saw this tonight at CVS and for once thought, hmmmmmaybe I am an Idiot after all and need to read this because so far my veganism has included a large block of swiss cheese and that is the Idiot s Way of Veganism My excuse is that I have a disease and I need protein and I am very frail if frail means your ass excedes into the next county and so the point is WAIT I M GETTING TO IT I think that this book might actually end up being helpful Because I am an Idiot and so are you if you actually read this entire pre review just kidding, thanks for reading, moo.

  3. says:

    Ch 20 23 contains easy to make recipes for beginner vegans I also liked the chapter that talked about vegan substitution ingredients, it goes a little deeper into the purpose of some of the most commonly used ingredient.

  4. says:

    I do love the Idiots and Dummies series of books, and this is a reasonably good overview of vegan living for those who have interest but don t have a lot of experience or information.

  5. says:

    This really makes vegan living seem very complicated Vegan living is not difficult once you have made a decision to be vegan.

  6. says:

    Great overview as an introduction or to refresh intentions.

  7. says:

    Definitely geared toward beginning vegans or veg curious Lots of good info, though nothing new if you re already steeped in the vegan lifestyle There is a small section of recipes, but no pictures of any of them I like the tips and tricks notes in the margins I think the book would be overwhelming for someone who is really new to the veg scene, and it seems like old hat for someone who has already been vegan for a long time, so there must be some just right time in a vegan s life for the book shortly after going vegan but before they know everything about being vegan and are sick of other people telling them stuff they ve already learned.

  8. says:

    I really love this great resource this is a book that will never grow old and will work as an ongoing reference as I make some much needed changes in my life Even if I don t go totally vegan, this book is still a great guide.

  9. says:

    Good.

  10. says:

    Great comprehensive look at becoming a vegan From the food and clothing choices to changing your entire lifestyle.

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