Download or Read eBook Mind If I Order the Cheeseburger? PDF written by Sherry F. Colb and published by Much-in-Little. This book was released on 2013 with total page 0 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis Mind If I Order the Cheeseburger? by : Sherry F. Colb
Using humor, reason, case studies, and numerous examples, law professor Sherry Colb offers this defense of veganism, showing how vegans and non-vegans can engage in a mutually beneficial conversation and work together to create a more hospitable world for human and non-human animals alike.
Download or Read eBook Raising Vegan Kids PDF written by Eric C. Lindstrom and published by Simon and Schuster. This book was released on 2022-04-05 with total page 282 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis Raising Vegan Kids by : Eric C. Lindstrom
The definitive handbook to raising vegan children you’ve always wished you had. Is bringing up a vegan baby unhealthy? Raising Vegan Kids is the ultimate vegan parenting manifesto that takes on this myth and answers all the other questions you’ve always wondered about—the vegan way. Raising ethically vegan children, in fact, lays the groundwork for a lifetime of excellent health for your child, the animals, and the planet. Eric C. Lindstrom is in the position to know. Having raised one child on the Standard American Diet (SAD) and four other children on a vegan lifestyle, and being a mid-life vegan convert himself, Lindstrom learned through experience. In this practical and tongue-in-cheek guide, Lindstrom dishes the real talk and shares the unique challenges vegans face when starting their children from scratch, providing advice, tips, and tricks on how to raise compassionate, vegan children in all areas of life. Get your kids to eat vegetables (when it’s all they eat anyway) Teach your children compassion with visits to sanctuaries instead of zoos Get advice for dealing with nonvegan social situations Plan for birthday parties and holiday events Find tips for travel and road trips with the family Get access to resources, such as an A to Z of vegan recipes, movies, books, and websites And more! Both informative and hilarious, including expert advice from the world’s leading plant-based physicians and fun recipes for your little vegans, Raising Vegan Kids is the guide every vegan parent who chooses to bring their kids up in a compassionate, sustainable world.
Download or Read eBook The Main Street Vegan Academy Cookbook PDF written by Victoria Moran and published by BenBella Books. This book was released on 2017-12-19 with total page 435 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis The Main Street Vegan Academy Cookbook by : Victoria Moran
When someone goes vegan on Park Avenue or Beverly Drive, they have a private chef and a personal assistant to do the troubleshooting. When we make the shift on Main Street, we could use some help, too. For nearly six years, acclaimed author, speaker, podcaster, and Main Street Vegan Academy director, Victoria Moran, has trained individuals to become vegan lifestyle coaches and educators. Now, Victoria has teamed up with one her Academy alums turned faculty member, cookbook author, culinary instructor, and radio host, JL Fields, to bring that very same coaching to you. In The Main Street Vegan Academy Cookbook, Victoria and JL, along with over a hundred certified vegan lifestyle coaches, join you in the kitchen as you discover more than 100 of their favorite plant-sourced recipes. Whether you're new to the diet or a seasoned plant-based eater, vegan or just veg-curious, their tips, tricks, shortcuts, and strategies will transform your cooking, your eating, and your life. Inside, you'll find wholesome, delectable, and accessible recipes like: • PB&J Sammie Smoothie • Sweet Red Chili Potato Skins • Pepperoni Pizza Puffs • Avocado-Cucumber Soup • Cranberry-Kale Pilaf • Crisp Mocha Peanut Butter Bars Anchored in compassion, The Main Street Vegan Academy Cookbook is more than a cookbook; it's a complete guide to going vegan, from FAQs, troubleshooting, and menu plans to inspiration and innovations for navigating the culinary, nutritional, and social landscape of plant-based eating. Embrace a healthier, more compassionate you, with Victoria, JL, and the rest of the Main Street Vegan Academy coaches by your side.
Download or Read eBook The Sustainability Secret PDF written by Kip Andersen and published by Simon and Schuster. This book was released on 2016-07-12 with total page 231 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis The Sustainability Secret by : Kip Andersen
This companion to the documentary Cowspiracy explores the devastating environmental impacts of animal agriculture—and new paths to sustainability. The 2014 documentary Cowspiracy presented alarming truths about the effects of animal agriculture on the planet. One of the leading causes of deforestation, greenhouse gas production, water use, species extinction, ocean dead-zones, and a host of other ills, animal agriculture is a major threat to the future of all species, and one of the environmental industry’s best-kept secrets. The Sustainability Secret expands upon Cowspiracy in every way. In this updated volume, the film’s co-creators reveal shocking new facts and interview the leaders of businesses, environmental organizations, and political groups about the disastrous effects of animal agriculture. Extended transcripts, updated statistics, tips on becoming vegan, and comprehensive reading lists provide an in-depth overview of this planetary crisis and demonstrate effective ways to offset the damage.
Download or Read eBook Beating Hearts PDF written by Sherry F. Colb and published by Columbia University Press. This book was released on 2016-03-08 with total page 264 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
How can someone who condemns hunting, animal farming, and animal experimentation also favor legal abortion, which is the deliberate destruction of a human fetus? The authors of Beating Hearts aim to reconcile this apparent conflict and examine the surprisingly similar strategic and tactical questions faced by activists in the pro-life and animal rights movements. Beating Hearts maintains that sentience, or the ability to have subjective experiences, grounds a being's entitlement to moral concern. The authors argue that nearly all human exploitation of animals is unjustified. Early abortions do not contradict the sentience principle because they precede fetal sentience, and Beating Hearts explains why the mere potential for sentience does not create moral entitlements. Late abortions do raise serious moral questions, but forcing a woman to carry a child to term is problematic as a form of gender-based exploitation. These ethical explorations lead to a wider discussion of the strategies deployed by the pro-life and animal rights movements. Should legal reforms precede or follow attitudinal changes? Do gory images win over or alienate supporters? Is violence ever principled? By probing the connections between debates about abortion and animal rights, Beating Hearts uses each highly contested set of questions to shed light on the other.
Download or Read eBook Philosophy Comes to Dinner PDF written by Andrew Chignell and published by Routledge. This book was released on 2015-10-08 with total page 310 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis Philosophy Comes to Dinner by : Andrew Chignell
Everyone is talking about food. Chefs are celebrities. "Locavore" and "freegan" have earned spots in the dictionary. Popular books and films about food production and consumption are exposing the unintended consequences of the standard American diet. Questions about the principles and values that ought to guide decisions about dinner have become urgent for moral, ecological, and health-related reasons. In Philosophy Comes to Dinner, twelve philosophers—some leading voices, some inspiring new ones—join the conversation, and consider issues ranging from the sustainability of modern agriculture, to consumer complicity in animal exploitation, to the pros and cons of alternative diets.
Download or Read eBook The Skeptical Vegan PDF written by Eric C. Lindstrom and published by Simon and Schuster. This book was released on 2017-07-25 with total page 280 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis The Skeptical Vegan by : Eric C. Lindstrom
PETA's 2017 Vegan Cookbooks We Can’t Cook Without Vegan Confessions of an Ex-Omnivore and His Survival Guide to Living Fully (Literally and Metaphorically). Growing up in an all-women household and coddled endlessly by his Italian mother and grandmother, Eric Lindstrom was nourished to obesity on meaty sauces, fried eggs, and butter-laden cookies. After spending the first half of his life as an adamant omnivore, Lindstrom went 100% vegan. Reluctantly. Overnight. From burgers to beets, from pork to parsnips. It’s time for a down-to-earth book that proves anyone can go vegan (even someone who once ate sixty-eight chicken wings in a sitting). How can a man adopt a vegan approach? Won’t he die of protein deficiency? What if he is married to a vegan woman? How would he order a salad at a Minnesota steakhouse? What should he bring to a gluten-free, nut-free, macrobiotic, nightshade-free, oil-free, vegan potluck (true story)? Part confession and part survival guide, The Skeptical Vegan explains how simple it really is to be vegan, covering topics from food and nutrition to social challenges and lifestyle. Snarky, witty, and opinionated to a fault, Lindstrom speaks as a male vegan, contesting the notion that “real men” should only eat meat. With twenty original “veganized” recipes including portobello steaks, carrot hot dogs, tofu wings, “meaty” chili, and cauliflower bites (which helped him shed thirty pounds), Lindstrom demonstrates how to take control of your diet while still eating “meatily” and taking into account the ethical considerations of living a better life for the animals, the environment, and yourself.
Download or Read eBook The Routledge Companion to Environmental Ethics PDF written by Benjamin Hale and published by Taylor & Francis. This book was released on 2022-07-29 with total page 850 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis The Routledge Companion to Environmental Ethics by : Benjamin Hale
Written for a wide range of readers in environmental science, philosophy, and policy-oriented programs The Routledge Companion to Environmental Ethics is a landmark, comprehensive reference work in this interdisciplinary field. Not merely a review of theoretical approaches to the ethics of the environment, the Companion focuses on specific environmental problems and other concrete issues. Its 65 chapters, all appearing in print here for the first time, have been organized into the following eleven parts: I. Animals II. Land III. Water IV. Climate V. Energy and Extraction VI. Cities VII. Agriculture VIII. Environmental Transformation IX. Policy Frameworks and Response Measures X. Regulatory Tools XI. Advocacy and Activism The volume not only explains the nuances of important core philosophical positions, but also cuts new pathways for the integration of important ethical and policy issues into environmental philosophy. It will be of immense help to undergraduate students and other readers coming up to the field for the first time, but also serve as a valuable resource for more advanced students as well as researchers who need a trusted resource that also offers fresh, policy-centered approaches.
Book Synopsis The Good Karma Diet by : Victoria Moran
Many popular diets call for avoiding some foods or eating others exclusively. But as The Good Karma Diet reveals, the secret to looking and feeling great is actually quite simple: Treat our planet and all its inhabitants well. In this revolutionary book, bestselling author Victoria Moran reveals that by doing what’s best for all creatures and the planet, you align your eating with your ethics—a powerful health and wellness tool if there ever was one! The Good Karma Diet shows readers how favoring foods that are karmically good for you will help you: - Sustain energy - Extend youthfulness - Take off those stubborn extra pounds - Reflect an enlightened outlook This book also includes the inspiring stories of men and women across the country who have made this simple mealtime shift and reaped “good karma” in every aspect of their lives. Follow this wise diet and lifestyle program and you will find yourself waking up in a good mood more often and having a luminous look that bespeaks health and clean living.
Download or Read eBook Vegetarianism PDF written by Amy Francis and published by Greenhaven Publishing LLC. This book was released on 2015-02-10 with total page 232 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
This collection of essays explores such questions surrounding eating a plant-based diet including if meat-based diets are necessarily bad for the planet, the moral and spiritual implications of vegetarianism, and whether the diet is actually beneficial for health. The essays in each chapter are organized into a question-and response format, allowing readers to easily summarize different viewpoints.