Beyond discussing a wide range of reasons to become a vegetarian (and that means no fish or chicken either, folks), the authors introduce you to a number of individual reasons for hope--Bob, the Wisconsin cheese maker; Jean-Yves, the farmer from Brittany who created the Sustainable Agriculture Network; and Muhammad Yunas, who has changed the lives of countless living in poverty with his remarkable microcredit programs. Along with these stories and the theories they're based on, you'll also find luscious recipes calling for grains, fruits, vegetables, and a handful of dairy products that will delight your taste buds and your conscience.
The Lappes firmly believe that the choices of low-level consumers have the potential to make positive changes, both in the world economy and in our physical health. By eating a vegetarian diet, shopping with care, and cooking with love, we might all brighten our future tremendously. --Jill Lightner --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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The concepts presented in this book are sophisticated and have depth.
Two books that have really changed the way I think about the world are Malcolm Gladwell's The Tipping Point and Hope's Edge, by Frances Moore Lappe and Anna Lappe.
The book made me feel that my life, and everyone's life, can make a true difference, and that it is worth trying.
I Was not impressed I thought it would be more informative and educational in learning how to cook vegaterian mealsPublished 10 months ago by Pam
The story was great and there were some wonderful points and recipes. However, the author pushes her vegetarian agenda by ignoring a couple of very vital points. Read morePublished 16 months ago by sherry willis
This book is interesting and readable. Recommendable for all who are interested in positive reaction to climate change and to provide 'real' food to our families.Published 16 months ago by Jane
I want to save the environment and eat more healthy and eat more sustainably. It's important we take care of our planet for those generations that will follow us. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Linda loves Hawaii
DSP is a great book and shows how we can feed the whole world on what USA feeds it cows! Amazing that this happens when 65% of American are obese. Read morePublished 18 months ago by gardener
My wife loved it and I liked it. The author, I thought, seemed to self-promote at every opportunity. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Joseph Dorinson
Frances Moore Lappé (born 1944) is the founder of the Institute for Food and Development Policy (Food First) and the Small Planet Institute, as well as the author of books... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Steven H Propp
I majored in Economics so I could learn more about poverty in less developed countries. This book changed the way I look at many things and gave me much to think about. Read morePublished 24 months ago by D. Baskin