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Vegan Freak by Bob Torres
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Aug 05, 10

bookshelves: read-in-2010
Recommended for: Mostly people who are already vegan or have been for a short time
Read from August 04 to 06, 2010, read count: 1

I didn't find this book as abrasive as some other reviewers did. The authors do take a very no-nonsense in your face approach to their veganism, the book is about becoming and living uncompromisingly as a vegan and that is stressed through the whole book. They are a little harsh on vegetarians but I expected that from reading other reviews and it didn't put me off at all.

This book is just an overview of what veganism is and what it means to be an ethical vegan. It is not as in depth as a new vegan might need. The book keeps a light conversational tone that makes it easy and quick to read and it has quite a bit of practical advice, from how to deal with meat eaters to what to eat and how and where to find food and clothes. I'd recommend it, especially as a supplement to a good book on vegan cooking and nutrition since that isn't covered in depth here.
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