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“Complete with introductory comments about the scope of the work, a section on the nuances of product labeling, vegan alternatives, and glossary, this is an invaluable guide for vegans who are attempting to become veganissimo: vegan to the highest possible standard.”
“Since voting with our dollars is indeed the easiest way we can each directly impact suppliers, I see Veganissimo A to Z as a way to further arm each of us with the knowledge we need to live our lives in harmony with our ethical beliefs. And for the new vegan, or heck, even the not-yet-vegan who is well on their path and calls themselves an “animal lover,” this book could be a real eye-opener, and an accessible way to begin to eliminate cruelty from their lifestyle for good.”
―Our Hen House
“Takes knowing what animal products are in your food, supplements, cosmetics and even electronics to a new, transparent level, helping you navigate confusing labels.”
“Those new to a plant-based diet (and the Vegan Police) will be pleased with Veganissimo A to Z, a new guidebook with more than 2,500 detailed descriptions of animal, mineral, chemical and plant-based ingredients, along with their uses and alternative names to help readers quickly identify whether or not the long, confusing words on food packages indicate “vegan" or not. Veganissimo, which means 'as vegan as possible,' also includes extensive references, the best of which is a guide to the various 'certification' logos that appear on products and packaging.”
“If you believe you are what you eat, this book can be a big help.”
―The Providence Journal
“This book may leave you feeling uneasy, and even a little queasy, but on the brighter side, with this book in hand you’ll be better informed to shop smarter than ever.”
Great as a reference guide for those that are extremely technically minded, but I'm not; so gave it away as a gift.
They loved it.
This book is very helpful in determining whether there are animal products in certain foods which makes it much easier to stick to my vegan dietPublished 19 months ago by Shelley a York