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Master VEG Resources: General

GENERAL INFO BOOKS:

The Food Revolution: How Your Diet Can Help Save Your Life & Our World
By John Robbins (2001)
What can we do to help stop global warming, feed the hungry, prevent cruelty to animals, avoid genetically modified foods, be healthier and live longer? Eat vegetarian!

The Way We Eat: Why Our Food Choices Matter
By Peter Singer & Jim Mason (2006)
Examines the impact of our diet on animals, the environment, other people & our health by following the food habits of three families.

The Face on Your Plate: The Truth About Food
By Jeffrey Masson (2009)
Masson looks at how eating animals affects our moral selves, our health and our environment.

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Vegan Living
By Beverly Lynn Bennett & Ray Sammartano (2005)
Why go vegan? How? This book covers all the basics.

Meat Market: Animals, Ethics & Money
By Erik Marcus (2005)
"Presents a thorough examination of animal agriculture's cruelties and its far-reaching social costs." Marcus also "evaluates where the [animal protection] movement has gone wrong, and how its shortcomings could best be remedied."

Skinny Bitch
By Rory Freedman & Kim Barnouin (2005)
Look past the title & the language to this tell-it-like-it-is guide to going veg for young women.

SAMPLE WEBSITES:

Vegan Outreach
www.veganoutreach.org
Excellent information about adopting a healthy, compassionate lifestyle.

Vegetarian Starter Guide
www.tryveg.com
An online vegetarian starter guide from the group Compassion Over Killing.

Veg Web.com
www.vegweb.com
Lots of veg recipes. Includes index & is searchable. You can also sign up to receive recipes via email!

The Vegan Chef
www.veganchef.com
Lots of delicious recipes from Chef Beverly Bennett. Organized by category or theme.

Vegan.com
www.vegan.com
A collection of veg-related news and resources, from Erik Marcus.