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Now Ms. Rice has written an expanded and fully resourced book-length version of 101 Reasons Why I’m a Vegetarian, filling out the details of her argument and providing up-to-date information, but maintaining her engaging and informed style. She covers everything from the conditions for animals on factory farms to disappearing fish stocks, lagoons of animal waste, high incidences of heart disease, colon cancer and other diseases, and other information from industry periodicals, newspapers, magazines, Web sites, and other less readily available sources.
A work of prodigious scholarship and dedication, written with wit and skill, 101 Reasons Why I’m a Vegetarian is sure to become the handy reference work for vegetarians who want to give their meat-eating friends one book that explains why they do what they do, and for meat-eaters who want to understand all the arguments for a meatless diet.
Author Bio: Aside from the Vegetarian Center, Pamela Rice is also the founder of the nonprofit VivaVegie Society and the editor of The VivaVine, both based in New York City. As president of the society, Ms. Rice, and scores of volunteers she managed, has engaged in creative methods of vegetarian outreach. Tens of thousands of copies of her pamphlet, 101 Reasons Why I'm a Vegetarian, have been distributed to passersby on New York City streets since 1991. Ms. Rice has appeared on television in the United States on several occasions and has been profiled in The New Yorker magazine.
Posted April 10, 2010
I have been a vegetarian for about three years, and one day, i decided to read this book. I had been doubting vegetarinism for a while now, considering whether or not to go back to eating meat. But this book, happiliy, convinced me to continue not eating meat. Some of the facts in this book are simple, some very complex. Some of these fact will make you wonder why you ever ate meat in the first place. I would highly recomend this book to anyone who is considering vegetarinism. Read this book, and then recomend it to your all your friends. Everyone should read this book to see the truth about meat eating.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 16, 2010
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