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Author: David Christopher Lane
Publisher: MSAC Philosophy Group
Keywords: argument, vegetarianism, ethical, neuro, faces, don
Number of Pages: 16

Author: Henrietta Dwight
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: book, cook, golden
Number of Pages: 186
Published: 2008-07-01
ISBN-10: 1429011963
ISBN-13: 9781429011969

Henrietta Dwight's 1898 cookbook contains recipes for the "golden age" in which, she hopes, vegetarianism will take over the human diet.

Author: Steven Kaufman
Publisher: Lantern Books
Keywords: stewardship, christian, vegetarianism, creation, news
Number of Pages: 146
Published: 2004-09
ISBN-10: 0971667608
ISBN-13: 9780971667600

G"ood News for All Creation notes that plant-based diets reflect the love, compassion, and peace of Christ, and they constitute good, responsible stewardship of God's Creation. Using traditional Christian teachings, the authors make a compelling case that, if Jesus were among us today, he would choose to be vegetarian.

Author: Edward Fulton
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: cook, book, vegetarian, foods, flesh, substitutes
Number of Pages: 274
Published: 2008-08-01
ISBN-10: 1429090154
ISBN-13: 9781429090155

Published in 1904, Substitutes for Flesh Foods is among the first vegetarian cookbooks to be published in the United States. The book provides insight into what it meant to be a vegetarian in the early 1900s. Allowing for eggs and dairy, the book defines vegetarianism as the abstention from meat, substituting nut products where meat would commonly be used.

Author: Alan Pert
Publisher: Alan Pert
Keywords: kingsford, anna, life, cactus, red
Number of Pages: 258
Published: 2006
ISBN-10: 174018405X
ISBN-13: 9781740184052

Here at last, an accurate biography of the amazing Englishwoman, Anna Kingsford (1846-1888). 2nd edition now available. Anna Kingsford accomplished much of lasting value in her life, tragically cut short by consumption. Beautiful, talented and rich, she eloped with a theology student at the age of 21, and married him on the condition that she be free to pursue her own career. She owned a paper in London, then took a medical degree in Paris to aid her promotion of progressive causes. As a mystic of a high order, she received illuminations which formed the basis of her classic Hermeticwork, The
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