The Complete Idiot's Guide to Vegan LivingBook - 2005
In the same way we think of vegetarians as people who don t eat meat, we tend to think of vegans as people who give up more- animal products, including meat, fish, seafood, eggs, and dairy. Vegans, however, think of themselves as people who consciously choose to do something. They respect life in all forms- human, animal, and planetary. Many vegans choose to buy cosmetics and personal care products that don t contain animal byproducts and aren t tested on animals. Becoming a vegan is a real lifestyle, not just a way to eat!
In The Complete Idiot s Guide to Vegan Living , authors Beverly Lynn Bennett (better know as the Vegan Chef) and Ray Sammartano provide a complete guide to living vegan style - and the focus is on compassion for all, good health, and great eating!