with Conscience, Conviction, and Compassion
In this definitive and engaging guide to veganism,
author Jo Stepaniak fields questions from both friends
and foes, explaining how compassion, kindness, and respect
for all animals -- including human beings -- can be
thoughtfully and practically incorporated into day-to-day
living. Tackling a wide array of compelling and useful
topics -- from maintaining vegan convictions under social
pressure to finding the hidden animal by-products in
ingredients lists -- Jo provides insight, reassurance,
and guidance for the many difficult situations that
vegans face in a non-vegan world.
Being Vegan answers questions about:
The historical foundations and meaning of being
Incorporating vegan ethics into everyday life
Dynamic harmlessness and the vegan philosophy
Maintaining vegan principles in relationships with
Lifestyle challenges and choices
Food and ingredients
If you or someone in your life has been searching for
common-sense answers to the many questions about the
vegan lifestyle, or wishing that someone would decipher
perplexing philosophical concerns about veganism, Being
Vegan is the ideal resource.
(Lowell House, 214 pages)
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