{V}musing: The Plant-Based Culture Source Book

{V}musing: The Plant-Based Culture Source Book

by Libre Un

Paperback(2nd ed.)

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Vmusing, the vegan play on the word amusing is a plant-based culture source book designed to set free the mysteries of plant nutrition as its pages take the reader on an artful exploration of a range of Vmusing topics. The plant-based diet is an ever-evolving subset of veganism and has been on the rise for decades. The popularity and ubiquity of the inventive plant-based options that pervade our food supply have led to greater and greater adoption of the plant-based diet as either a lifestyle choice or a flexitarian status for many. This book serves as a guide to make that choice a great choice. Vmusing is a three-part series that journeys through the vast world of the plant nutriments and edible vegetative trends that are the heart of the plant-based culture. Vegetables, while timeless are suddenly an undeniable force on the culinary scene. This gripping, graphic series explores all aspects of plant-based nourishment and serves as a great source of information for vegans and plant-based dabblers alike. Vmusing part one is a colorful body of work that shows the vastness of plant-based food while highlighting the health benefits and will be an historical reference from this remarkable period in plant-based culture.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781663533517
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 05/15/2020
Series: Vmusing , #1
Edition description: 2nd ed.
Pages: 60
Sales rank: 492,672
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.16(d)

About the Author

This work is a subjective yet fact-based approach to document what I’ve experienced since I’ve been engaged in plant-based eating and what I've learned about plant nutrition professionally as a doctor practicing optometry. Of note, my plant-based diet was a natural progression because my father tells me the anecdotal story of me, around age seven, saying with seriousness that we should not eat animals. I do not recall being a huge fan of vegetables either during childhood but, that realization about animals was an innocent origin and developed into a very real preference. Since childhood, I’ve developed an affinity to plant food and love of plant nutrition science that appears to have been destined. I started this book by creating colorful collages packed with nutrition information and then I transitioned into writing about the distinctive benefits and fascinating culture that I have enjoyed along my plant-based journey.

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