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"[Vegetarian Myth] is one of the most important books people, masses of them, can read, as we try with all our might, intelligence, skill, hope, dream , and memory, to turn the disastrous course the planet is on." Alice Walker, prize-winning author, The Color Purple
Okay, yes, I'm a carnivore now, specifically, I've been woking the Atkins diet for several years. I'm forced to do so because of type II diabetes. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Tedward
I am a skimmer, one who looks for the substance in this kind of book going past the personal interjections. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J K
dispels many ridiculous vegetarian fantasies
nominate for the Pulitzer Prize
I would recommend this book to be read by all
I can see why so many people hate this book, but I agree with the positive reviews. I was vegan for five years until a week before I read this book (I had started eating eggs... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alicen Grey
I thought this book would be about what the author said in the first few pages, how eating a strictly vegetarian diet makes it very difficult for the human body that truly needs... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Janet
Debating with Vegetarian/Vegans has been a frustrating experience for me, I bought this book back in the Spring intending to read it sooner. Read morePublished 2 months ago by N1GHT
One of the best books on diet and how humans fit in the world.Published 2 months ago by Ronald S. Khare
As former fruitarian and veg*n this book changed my life. As a strict fruitarian, I didn't eat seeds or nuts because no seed/nut WANTS to be digested because that will defeat its... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Carolina Madera
As a former raw food vegan, Lierre's personal story hit home as heartfelt, honest and, given my own experience, quite accurate. Read morePublished 2 months ago by C.J. Hunt