Vegan Living Books.

Vegan Freak.

Authors: Bob Torres and Jenna Torres.

Practical handbook on living vegan in a non-vegan world.

The goal of this book is to provide support, advice and suggestions to those who are interested in veganism. The first part of the book deals with the reasons for being vegan, how the authors went vegan and how to go vegan in three weeks. The book continues with an in-depth discussion of Animal Rights, speciesism and factory farming. The authors link animal exploitation with broader forms of oppression and examine the philosophical and legal arguments that can be used to create a compelling framework for recognising animal rights. By focusing on factory farming, the authors examine animal oppression and explain why veganism is a way to combat exploitation.

Chapter 3 deals with how to deal with family, friends, co-workers and others, when the subject of veganism comes up.

In chapter 4, the authors explain how to survive in restaurants and grocery store, give tips for the travelling vegan and explain what vegans eat.

Chapter 5 discusses vegan fashion and cosmetics.

Vegan Living (The Complete Idiot´s Guide).

Author: Beverly Lynn Bennett and Ray Sammartano.

There is more to the vegan philosophy than diet.

Vegan Living is divided into 7 parts: Each one focuses on a different aspect of what it means to live as a vegan, from the philosophical and nutritional to the practical and functional.

Vegan Living provides you with the knowledge and tools necessary to make the transition to a vegan lifestyle, from what you eat to what you buy and wear.

This book discusses:

  • The reasons for choosing to live Vegan,
  • The differences between veganism and vegetarianism,
  • Keys to good health, pre and postnatal nutritional needs,
  • How to bring up a healthy vegan baby,
  • Vegan shopping and dining, etc.