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The Happy Herbivore Guide to Plant-Based Living Kindle Edition
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There are no recipes. It is about how to deal with external influences (social situations,etc.) and problem solving such as food substitutes and feeding kids.
If you have read books like the China Study or other heavy "sciency"books this will feel like a light read, If you feel well-grounded and know what you are doing, this book might be beneath your level of expertise. If you "know"what you are supposed to do but can't quite stick to it, reading this book may help.
It is a quick read. It only took me 2-3 hours split up over the last day or so. The conversational tone made me lose track of the time that I spent reading.
There is no "conclusion", after some troubleshooting topics--wham! appendix. Just like my review.
Lindsay Nixon is ready to show you the way. After years of developing Happy Herbivore, I'm sure that there is nothing about the WFPB lifestyle that she has not thought about or addressed with those who have asked.
In her easy to read and approachable style Lindsay has gathered together a "Best Of" collection of advice and resources to help those who are serious about making the change from the Standard American Diet to the WFPB lifestyle. From travel to resources, philosophies and "unmentionables", Lindsay doles out practical advise for every situation.
If you are not a Happy Herbivore fan already, I'm sure you will be by the time you finish this book. Most importantly, you'll meet in these pages a woman who is committed to making a difference in the lives of others. That alone is worth the price of admission.
I am not a beginner to the subject but this book was a very good reminder to the reasons health wise and conscience wise to eat plant-based.
I share my my review because I really do think it is important to stop eating meat, but that is just my opinion. It's not easy, I struggle myself.
It has some good tips, so it's not a complete waste of money, but I didn't find it all that valuable.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was looking for a book that would guide me into easy, manageable ways to go plant based. I wasn't looking for recipes, and I wasn't looking for personal stories or discussions on... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Jenn F
A very understandable and straight-forward explanation of plant-based living. It persuaded me to try it.Published 1 month ago by Jay in Phoenix
This is one of those preachy vegetarian books. I was not impressed.Published 2 months ago by Virginia Terrell
Love this book. Bought it for my nieces wedding (upon request) to help her ease into a new plant based life style. Loved it so much I bought myself a copy. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Wendy B.
Uses too much spice in some recipes
Some recipes asked not to make again by family
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