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Vegan for One

Author : Ellen Jaffe Jones and Beverly Lynn Bennett
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Vegan for One

Author : Ellen Jaffe Jones
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Eating solo is a great opportunity to explore a range of culinary options without being limited by anyone else's preferences or needs. Being a college student, a first-time renter, or an empty nester can make food shopping and meal prep challenging. Vegan expert and savvy shopper Ellen Jaffe Jones comes to the rescue with her all-inclusive guide and cookbook designed specifically for vegans who are cooking just for themselves. Vegan for One is packed with vital information, such as which foods provide optimal nutrition, how to deal with special dietary needs, what to eat to feel energized, and which foods can help prevent age-related health problems. First-time cooks will learn how to create or adapt menu plans, which staples to stock upon, and what equipment is essential. Ellen also shares her top tips for how to extend the shelf life of fresh produce, determine which canned goods and packaged items to buy, transform leftovers, save money at the store, and trim time in the kitchen. Ellen proves that cooking solo doesn't mean cutting corners when it comes to flavor and satisfaction. With over 100 recipes perfectly portioned for singles, you'll find cooking and eating alone to be both pleasurable and gratifying.

Living Vegan For Dummies

Author : Alexandra Jamieson
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The fun and easy way® to live a vegan lifestyle Are you thinking about becoming a vegan? Already a practicing vegan? More than 3 million Americans currently live a vegan lifestyle, and that number is growing. Living Vegan For Dummies is your one-stop resource for understanding vegan practices, sharing them with your friends and loved ones, and maintaining a vegan way of life. This friendly, practical guide explains the types of products that vegans abstain from eating and consuming, and provides healthy and animal-free options. You'll see how to create a balanced, nutritious vegan diet; read food and product labels to determine animal-derived product content; and stock a vegan pantry. You'll also get 40 great-tasting recipes to expand your cooking repertoire. Features expert guidance in living a vegan lifestyle and explaining it to friends and family Includes proper dietary guidelines so you can get the nutrition you need Gives you several action plans for making the switch to veganism Provides parents with everything they need to understand and support their children's choices With the tips and advice in Living Vegan For Dummies, you can truly live and enjoy a vegan way of life!

Vegan for Her

Author : Virginia Messina
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Vegan for Her, a blueprint for optimal health and wellness at any age, will show you how to: lower your risk for breast cancer and heart disease; manage conditions like arthritis and migraines; diminish PMs and cramps; build strong bones for life; enhance fertility; make an easy transition to a vegan diet; and incorporate principles of both fashion and compassion into your home and wardrobe.

Vegan Cooking for One

Author : Leah Leneman
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A new edition of the Single Vegan, which has sold over 60,000 copies, which contains 30% new recipes Often vegans, although they may be part of a large family, have to cook separate meals this cookbook offers over 200 diverse and seasonal recipes to tempt the tastebuds. The book is split into weeks and has essential shopping lists for all the ingredients you will need for that week and then delicious recipes to follow. There is also a Spring and Summer collection and an Autumn and Winter collection so that the availability and freshness of ingredients is assured. The recipes are both savoury and sweet, main meals and light snacks and have influences and flavours from around the world."

Vegan Meals for One Or Two

Author : Nancy Berkoff
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Berkoff, named Chef of the Year by the Los Angeles chapter of the American Culinary Federation, shares recipes for scrumptious meat- and dairy-free dishes.

Vegan Pressure Cooking

Author : JL Fields
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Learn the ins and outs of pressure cooking and start creating delicious, one-pot vegan meals in no time at all.

Vegan Cooking for One Over 150 simple and appetizing meals

Author : Leah Leneman
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A new edition of the Single Vegan, which has sold over 60,000 copies, which contains 30% new recipes

Vegan for Life

Author : Jack Norris
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The comprehensive guide for optimal plant-based nutrition at every stage of life, now completely updated. Are you considering going vegan, but not sure how to start? Are you already committed to an animal-free diet, but are unclear about how to get proper nutrients? Vegan for Life is your comprehensive, go-to guide for optimal plant-based nutrition. Registered dietitians and long-time vegans Jack Norris and Virginia Messina debunk some of the most persistent myths about vegan nutrition and provide essential information about getting enough calcium and protein, finding the best supplements, and understanding the "real deal" about organics, processed foods, raw foods, and more. Now, ten years since its original publication, the book has been completely revised and updated, with: A brand-new chapter on vegan eating for weight management Guidance on eating to prevent chronic disease The latest findings on sports nutrition and muscle mass Easy-to-follow vegan food guides, menus, and pantry lists Covering everything from a six-step transition plan to meeting calorie and nutrient needs during every stage of life, Vegan for Life is the guide for aspiring and veteran vegans alike.

Wilderness Into Civilized Shapes

Author : Laura Wright
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This study examines how postcolonial landscapes and environmental issues are represented in fiction. Wright creates a provocative discourse in which the fields of postcolonial theory and ecocriticism are brought together. Laura Wright explores the changes brought by colonialism and globalization as depicted in an array of international works of fiction in four thematically arranged chapters. She looks first at two traditional oral histories retold in modern novels, Zakes Mda's The Heart of Redness (South Africa) and Ngugi wa Thiong'o's Petals of Blood (Kenya), that deal with the potentially devastating effects of development, particularly through deforestation and the replacement of native flora with European varieties. Wright then uses J. M. Coetzee's Disgrace (South Africa), Yann Martel's Life of Pi (India and Canada), and Joy Williams's The Quick and the Dead (United States) to explore the use of animals as metaphors for subjugated groups of individuals. The third chapter deals with India's water crisis via Arundhati Roy's activism and her novel, The God of Small Things. Finally, Wright looks at three novels--Flora Nwapa's Efuru (Nigeria), Keri Hulme's The Bone People (New Zealand), and Sindiwe Magona's Mother to Mother (South Africa)--that depict women's relationships to the land from which they have been dispossessed. Throughout Wilderness into Civilized Shapes, Wright rearticulates questions about the role of the writer of fiction as environmental activist and spokesperson, the connections between animal ethics and environmental responsibility, and the potential perpetuation of a neocolonial framework founded on western commodification and resource-based imperialism.