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The Gradual Vegetarian: The Step-by-step Way to Start Eating the Right Stuff Today!

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Step-by-step to a new way of life!
Do you want to cut down on meat eating or adapt a completely vegetarian diet?Whatever your goal. Lisa Tracy has written the book that takes all the trouble out of the transition.She shows you how to get started and lets you take it as far as you want to go.

Stage one - includes poultry and fish
Stage two- includes fish
Stage three - the total
Paperback, 304 pages
Published May 1st 1986 by Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group (first published 1985)
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Barbara Ab
"Il libro si divide in due parti: una teorica, che analizza l'alimentaizone tradizionale e le varie fasi di avvicinamento al vegetarianismo, e una di ricette, che segue il medesimo percorso di graduale abbandono delle proteine animali" Un libro raccomandabile a chi vuole un'"infarinatura".

The book is in two part : one is theory about traditional nutrtion and phases to approach vegetarianism; the second is about recipes.
A good book for a general backgroung and approach to change your nutrition.
Tina Hayes
May 29, 2008 Tina Hayes rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Anybody interested in becoming a vegetarian
This is soooo much more than just another cookbook. Author Lisa Tracy fills the first half of the book with reasons some things are good foods and others are bad for you. She explains the basics behind being a vegetarian and how to make the change to your diet gradually.

I've been a vegetarian for about 10 years. I checked this particular book out so many times, I eventually broke down and bought myself a copy. Some of the recipes from this book have become my family's favorites, like the split p
This terrific book sets out an eating plan with three levels: moving towards vegetarianism, mostly vegetarian, and full on vegetarian. Included are simply but tasty recipes for each phase. Tracy's recipes are delicious and easy to make. This is an especially good book for anyone who would like to eat more like a vegetarian but isn't at the point of going all the way.
I still have my copy and I'm about to break it out to make wild rice casserole.
Good beginning book.
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