Vegan Freak

Vegan Freak : Being a Vegan in a Non-Vegan World

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Two seasoned vegans offer tips and advice for thriving without animal by-products. Readers will find out how to go vegan by employing a 'cold tofu method', learn how to convince family, friends, and others that there is no such thing as a vegan cult and learn to survive restaurants, grocery stores, and meals with omnivores.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 222 pages
  • 137.16 x 213.36 x 17.78mm | 272.15g
  • PM Press
  • Oakland, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 1604860154
  • 9781604860153
  • 25,136

About Jenna Torres

Bob Torres is the author of "Making a Killing" as well as several essays that have appeared in "Critical Sociology," "International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health," the "Journal of Latinos and Education," and "Satya" magazine. Jenna Torres is a frequent personality on vegan talk shows who has been on Animal Voices Radio and has been quoted as an expert in "Newsweek," "Veg News," and "Vegetarians and Vegans in the World Today." They cohost "Vegan Freak" radio show and live in Colton, New York.

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"In this down-to-earth and entertaining guide, Bob and Jenna Torres not only convince you that you have to go vegan today, they also give you what you need to live as a healthy and happy vegan for the rest of your life." --Gary L. Francione, distinguished professor of law, Rutgers University

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Customer reviews

Quite simply an amazing book! I'm a fresh Vegan living in New Zealand, I often get annoyed reading American books as it doesn't feel relevant to me over here, but this book didn't make me feel this way. It helped to strengthen my resolve as a Vegan and gave me many of the facts I need to be healthy and knowledgeable about animal rights issues! Definitely a book I'll recommend to others! (Even Non-Vegans)show more
by Martin Chestnutt
Yes â?? it is written in the USA. However, before you non-Americans (like me, an Australian) discount it for that reason, unlike a lot of other vegan related texts, this one reaches out on a global scale. The advice isnâ??t exclusive to Americans, nor does it focus solely on what is happening in America relating to animal cruelty and the vegan movement. The thing is, this is a global issue, and the authors realise this. They genuinely want to create a worldwide vegan community. I know, if I wasnâ??t already a vegan, reading this book would make me become one simply because it makes you confront the issues of animal cruelty â?? and once you open your eyes to it, you canâ??t look away. Nor do you want to. It goes through various issues with becoming vegan and living vegan and also gives various ideas on activism, where to go for vegan products and other texts to read. For a person interested in animal rights and ethical veganism - get this book.show more
by Alin Gogan