Sociology Index - Sociology E-Books

Veganism Books and Reviews


This Crazy Vegan Life: A Prescription for an Endangered Species by Christina Pirello
Being vegan is not only having a plant-based diet. The first section of the book grounds readers in vegan principles. A reliable guide to going vegan.

Veganomicon: The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook by Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope Romero.

The Real Forbidden Fruit: How Meat Destroys Paradise And How Veganism Can Get It Back by Jeff Popick
Veganism overcomes society's problems according to Jeff Popick, also known as The Vegan Sage..

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Vegan Living Beverly Lynn Bennett and Ray Sammartano
50 sensational recipes, tips for vegan living, the lowdown on vegan myths.

Vegan Freak: Being Vegan in a Non-Vegan World by Bob Torres and Jenna Torres
Curious about veganism? Want to be a vegan? Just wondering how to be vegan without going insane?

The Vegan Sourcebook (Sourcebooks) by Joanne Stepaniak and Carol J. Adams
Number of people are embracing veganism. In The Vegan Sourcebook, long-time activist Joanne Stepaniak explores and illuminates the principles of compassionate living.

Being Vegan: Living With Conscience, Conviction, and Compassion by Joanne Stepaniak and Stanley Sapon
Vegan philosophy and ethic, discovering hidden animal products and ingredients, and more.

Vegan: The New Ethics of Eating by Erik Marcus

Vegan with a Vengeance : Over 150 Delicious, Cheap, Animal-Free Recipes That Rock by Isa Chandra Moskowitz.

Compassion the Ultimate Ethic: An Exploration of Veganism by Victoria Moran
Fascinating, inspiring account veganism in real life, Review By A Customer:
Victoria Moran investigates the history and modern day practice of ethical veganism.