The Plant Based Diet for Beginners: 75 Delicious, Healthy Whole Food Recipes
Paperback by Gabriel Miller (Author) 12/10/2019
Vegetarian Instant Pot Cookbook #2020: Top 600 Easy and Delicious Recipes for Your Plant-Based Lifestyle, Ultimate Vegetarian Instant Pot Cookbook for Beginners
Paperback by Karen Jenkins (Author) 12/01/2019
The 30-Minute Vegetarian Cookbook: 100 Healthy, Delicious Meals for Busy People
Paperback by Lisa Turner (Author) 11/12/2019
One Pot Vegetarian: Easy Veggie Meals in Just One Pot!
Paperback by Sabrina Fauda-Role (Author) 8/20/2019
Instant Pot® Vegetarian Cookbook: Fast and Healthy Recipes for Your Favorite Electric Pressure Cooker
Paperback by Srividhya Gopalakrishnan (Author) 6/18/2019
Silk Road Cooking: A Vegetarian Journey
Paperback by Najmieh Batmanglij (Author) 1/29/2019
Vegetarian Indian Cooking with Your Instant Pot: 75 Traditional Recipes That Are Easier, Quicker and Healthier
Paperback by Manali Singh (Author) 10/09/2018
Simply Indian: Vegetarian Cuisine of Western India
Hardcover by Nita Desai (Author) 2/06/2018
How to Cook Everything Vegetarian: Completely Revised Tenth Anniversary Edition
Hardcover by Mark Bittman (Author) 11/07/2017
Sins of the Flesh: A History of Ethical Vegetarian Thought
Paperback by Rod Preece (Author) 8/01/2017
Love Real Food: More Than 100 Feel-Good Vegetarian Favorites to Delight the Senses and Nourish the Body: A Cookbook
Hardcover by Kathryne Taylor (Author) 5/16/2017
Vegetarian: Weight Loss, Healthy Living, More Energy - The Vegetarian Diet (Volume 1)
Paperback by Angela Simmons (Author) 7/10/2016
Vegetarian Diet: The Ultimate Guide To Starting And Sustaining A Vegetarian Diet
Paperback by Sammy Johnson (Author) 4/17/2016
Bowl: Vegetarian Recipes for Ramen, Pho, Bibimbap, Dumplings, and Other One-Dish Meals
Paperback by Lukas Volger (Author), Michael Harlan Turkell (Photographer) 3/08/2016
Vegetarian: 4-Week Vegetarian Nutrition Cookbook for Everyday Lifestyle - 39 Quick & Easy Vegetarian Meal Plans for Beginners (Healthy Low Carb Vegetarian Recipes for Diet and Lifestyle)
Paperback by Samuel White (Author) 1/15/2016
The Complete Vegetarian Cookbook
Paperback by America's Test Kitchen (Editor) 3/01/2015
Thug Kitchen: The Official Cookbook: Eat Like You Give a F*ck
Hardcover by Thug Kitchen (Author) 10/07/2014
The Smart Girl's Guide to Going Vegetarian: How to Look Great, Feel Fabulous, and Be a Better You
Paperback by Rachel Meltzer Warren MS RDN (Author) 1/07/2014
The $5 a Meal College Vegetarian Cookbook: Good, Cheap Vegetarian Recipes for When You Need to Eat (Everything Books)
Paperback by Nicole Cormier (Author) 4/18/2013
Forks Over Knives The Cookbook: Over 300 Recipes for Plant-Based Eating All Through the Year
Paperback by Del Sroufe (Author), Isa Chandra Moskowitz (Contributor), Julieanna Hever MS RD CPT (Contributor), Darshana Thacker (Contributor), Judy Micklewright (Contributor) 8/14/2012
Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows: An Introduction to Carnism
[Paperback] Melanie Joy PhD (Author), John Robbins (Foreword) 9/11
The Protein Myth: Significantly reducing the Risk of Cancer, Heart Disease, Stoke and Diabetes while Saving the Animals and the Planet
[Paperback] David Gerow Irving (Author) 9/11
Forks Over Knives: The Plant-Based Way to Health
[Paperback] Gene Stone (Editor) 6/11
Food for the Soul: Vegetarianism and Yoga Traditions
Hardcover by Steven J. Rosen (Author) 4/19/2011
Paperback by Jonathan Safran Foer (Author) 9/01/2010
The Engine 2 Diet: The Texas Firefighter's 28-Day Save-Your-Life Plan that Lowers Cholesterol and Burns Away the Pounds
[Hardcover] Rip Esselstyn (Author) 2/09
Yoga and Vegetarianism: The Diet of Enlightenment
Paperback by Sharon Gannon (Author), Ingrid Newkirk (Foreword) 11/15/2008
Vegetarianism : A History 2 Rev Ed edition
(Paperback) by Colin Spencer (Author) 2/08
Vegetarianism: A History
(Paperback) by Colin Spencer (Author) 2/04
The Heretic's Feast : A History of Vegetarianism
by Colin Spencer 5/96
Colin Spencer describes the religious, philosophical, and social aspects of vegetarianism, introducing such prominent and often colorful practitioners as Pythagoras, Ovid, Leonardo da Vinci, Sir Thomas More, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Paine, Leo Tolstoy, George Bernard Shaw, Gandhi, and Hitler.The meatless diet has been around for as long as people have.
Animal slaughter and the eating of animal flesh has been a subject of both horror and religious prohibition since mankind became a thinking being. In fact, in the Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve did not eat meat and the lamb
was safe with the lion. It was distressing to learn of the Christian Church's
prosecution of vegetarians! This book follows vegetarianism from early man,
through Greek, Indian, and Christian times, onward into the Enlightenment and the present day. An absolute must-read for vegetarians wanting to learn about their illustrious philosophical ancestors!
The Sacred Kitchen : Higher-Consciousness Cooking for Health and Wholeness
by Robin Robertson, Jon Robertson 19929 5/99
This book celebrates the everyday act of cooking as a sacred, life- giving activity and reclaims the kitchen as a temple in the home. Its recipes and sample menus are organized by theme and interspersed among chapters that include tips on using feng shui to supercharge kitchen space, learning to work with the chi (life force) in foods, and incorporating cross-cultural celebrations into mealtimes to bring friends and family closer together. Readers will learn how serving guests can be a part of fulfilling their dharma, why washing dishes is actually a form of yoga, and how to use chopping vegetables as a technique for relaxation. They'll also learn how to create and serve a host of mouthwatering and enlightening dishes. A handbook for conscious living and for celebrating life in the food energies that we take in as nourishment for body and soul.
Sacred Cows and Golden Geese : The Human Cost of Experiments on Animals
by C. Ray Greek, Jean Swingle Greek DVM, Jane Goodall 26519 5/2000
Sacred Cows and Golden Geese details how animal experimentation harms humanity. The authors will likely rock the foundations of this multi-billion dollar industry that has a misguided death embrace on the animal model, with a singular motivation- money. A must-read for anyone who values human health.
The Yoga Cookbook : Vegetarian Food for Body and Mind : Recipes from the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers
by Swami Vishnu-Devananda 3/99 45591
The teachings of yoga advocate a vegetarian diet, with special emphasis on foods that bring peace to body, mind and spirit. The Yoga Cookbook contains more than 170 recipes prepared under the guidance of the world-renowned Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers.
A Simple Celebration : A Vegetarian Cookbook for Body, Mind, and Spirit
by Ginna Bell Bragg, David Simon, Deepak Chopra 62299 3/98
A healthy, delicious, and easy-to-use vegetarian cookbook which incorporates Ayurvedic health-care principles into more than 140 scrumptious recipes that are perfectly suited to the contemporary American kitchen.
Ethical Vegetarianism : From Pythagoras to Peter Singer
by Kerry S. Walters (Editor), Lisa Portmess (Editor) 1/99 69662
Millions of people in the United States are vegetarians, and the numbers are growing. Many choose a vegetarian lifestyle for reasons of health, but even more do so because of moral and ecological concerns about human treatment of animals, environmental well-being, economic injustice, and individual integrity.
Walters and Portmess have done is to bring together important arguments
about the use of animal flesh as human food from classical writers to the present day. The editors include a very useful appendix of anti-vegetarian writings, which is a useful resource for the inevitable arguments that meat-eaters offer vegetarians. This book is a great contribution to telling the truth about vegetarian history as well as a fine collection of compassionate, ethical, and important voices.
To Cherish All Life : A Buddhist View of Animal Slaughter and Meat Eating
by Philip Kapleau, Roshi P. Kapleau 6/81 175356
"To Cherish All Life" presents a clear, direct, and compassionate case for not eating meat. Philip Kapleau, a Zen teacher draws on Buddhist texts and contemporary writings as he explores the spiritual and physical benefits of being a vegetarian. His wise voice will resonate with any reader who has a deep repect for all life on this planet. A good book on vegetarianism and Buddhism. Roshi Kapleau also does an excellent job of addressing the many issues and misconceptions encountered by today's Buddhist traversing this often misunderstood path of practice.
Deep Vegetarianism (America in Transition (Philadelphia, Pa.).)
by Michael Allen Fox, Gary L. Francione 6/99 177887
A calm, reasoned assessment of the arguments for and against vegetarianism. A great merit of the book is that it explores philosophical arguments in a way that makes them accessible to the general public. Fox doesn't preach to his readers, nor does he expect us all to become saints overnight. Rather, he asks us to consider the far-reaching effects of our dietary choices, and to choose wisely. This is a first-rate book!
Loving Ganesa: Hinduism's Endearing Elephant-Faced God
by Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami 4/00 326634
Ganesa is the great gatekeeper - the opener of doors to knowledge and bliss and the remover of obstacles to happiness and prosperity. It discusses iconography, symbols, mantras, prayers, rituals, offerings, and festivals; how a follower may become a saint; and the miracles that Lord Ganesa has performed for those who love him. Chapters including "Hinduism: The Greatest Religion in the World", "Hindu Conversion", vegetarianism and ayurveda.
Nonviolence to Animals, Earth, and Self in Asian Traditions (Suny Series in Religious Studies)
by Christopher Key Chapple 533951 8/93
Probes the origin of nonviolence in early India, and traces its path within the Jaina, Hindu, and Buddhist traditions, including its impact on East Asian cultures. Then explores how it informs such contemporary issues as vegetarianism, ahimsa, animal rights, environmental protection, and religious tolerance.
Wholesome Nutrient for Mind, Body and Microflora : The Goal of
Lacto-Vegetarianism (Recipes of Udipi Cuisine Included)
by Yamuna Lingappa, B. T. Lingappa 898009 12/93
The nutritional needs of three entities that comprise a human being (the brain, other organs of the body and the intestinal microflora) are discussed. The authors conclude that prudent human nutrition is best provided by a lacto-vegetarian diet emphasizing bulk and variety in food selection.