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A Conversation with Chef Jean-Christian Jury, Author of Vegan: The Cookbook

A Conversation with Chef Jean-Christian Jury, Author of Vegan: The Cookbook

Chef Jean-Christian Jury, a leader in the international vegan community, has traveled the globe researching ingredients and cooking techniques and developing a vast collection of plant-forward home cooking recipes. Inspired by his extensive travels, his new book Vegan: The Cookbook  (May 1, 2017; $49.95 US/$59.95 CAN) presents a world of rich and satisfying meat- and dairy-free dishes with global flavor. The 450 […]

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Veganize It!: Easy DIY Recipes for a Plant-Based Kitchen

Veganize It!: Easy DIY Recipes for a Plant-Based Kitchen

This is the ultimate DIY pantry book, doing double duty with recipes for vegan staples, plus ideas on  how to use them as building blocks in both new and classic recipes. Many cooks prefer to make their own basics rather than buy expensive store versions, which are often loaded with additives and preservatives. These easy recipes make it easy to […]

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Animal Persuasion: A guide for ethical vegans and animal advocates

Animal Persuasion: A guide for ethical vegans and animal advocates

Animals need your voice to be heard. It is a compassionate and courageous act to stand up for animals in an uncaring global atmosphere. It can also take a toll on your psyche. You may be walking down the street and notice a fur coat, or you may pick up the smell of meat from a food cart in your […]

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The Ageless Boomer: Living Young For the Rest of Your Life

The Ageless Boomer: Living Young For the Rest of Your Life

For the last 30 years, 70-year old retired Wall Street exec Rod Fisher has studied, role modeled, and inspired aging consumers to live their best, healthiest, most energetic lives. The results of Rod’s search are summarized in his first book, The Ageless Boomer (Rope Tree Press, January 2017), the ultimate handbook for living agelessly (mind, body and soul). Rod’s quest for […]

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Engine 2: Seven Day Rescue Program

Engine 2: Seven Day Rescue Program

THE ENGINE 2 SEVEN-DAY RESCUE DIET: Eat Plants, Lose Weight, Save Your Health by Rip Esselstyn. Former world-class professional triathlete and the son, grandson, and great-grandson of renowned physicians, Rip has built a veritable Engine 2 brand—from originally creating The Engine 2 Diet to help his fellow Austin firefighters lower their cholesterol all the way to his close partnership with […]

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Behind the Book: What Inspired Santa’s First Vegan Christmas

Behind the Book: What Inspired Santa’s First Vegan Christmas

Santa’s First Vegan Christmas by Robin Raven tells the story of Dana, a forthright and fun-loving reindeer who lives in the Arctic. She meets Santa Claus one Christmas Eve when he is searching for reindeer to pull his sleigh. However, Dana shows him the error of his animal-using ways, and she gently opens Santa’s eyes to how we can be […]

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The Animals’ Vegan Manifesto

The Animals’ Vegan Manifesto

In the The Animals’ Vegan Manifesto Sue Coe marries art and activism, forcing readers to gaze upon the hidden horrors of animal agriculture. In 115 black-and-white woodcut illustrations, Coe bears witness to the cordoned-off violence necessary to sustain factory farming. Sue Coe’s advocacy of animal rights is unmatched in its eloquence, forcefulness, and lasting impact. She does so with a […]

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Food As Medicine: Eat Your Way to Good Health

Food As Medicine: Eat Your Way to Good Health

Poor health is America’s #1 problem. Over 70% of Americans are on at least one prescription medication, and more than half take two. Over 70% of us are either overweight or obese. Preventable chronic diseases are responsible for the overwhelming majority of deaths in this country. Just two of these chronic illnesses—heart disease and cancer—together account for nearly half of […]

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Plant-based superhero stories (and recipes) for grades K-3

Plant-based superhero stories (and recipes) for grades K-3

Getting your kids to eat (and love!) vegetables sometimes requires a few tricks up the sleeve. Enter “The Rootlets,” a fun book series for K-3rd graders where broccoli, kale, corn and carrots have superhero status. Now in it’s second installment with Trouble at Plantasy Land (Oct. 18, 2016), “The Rootlets” books follow the adventures of four veggie-haired best friends—Brocc, Carrotina, […]

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Farm to Fable, New book exposes how popular culture manipulates our food choices

Farm to Fable, New book exposes how popular culture manipulates our food choices

On any given day, we face a deluge of messages and visuals loaded with fictions fabricated by the multi-billion-dollar food marketing industry in the quest to influence our purchasing decisions. Farm to Fable reveals how the powerful forces of popular culture inform our food choices, often without our even knowing it. There are many valid reasons for following a vegan […]

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