Main Street Vegan: Book Review

going vegan book“A great book for anyone who’s curious about veganism. It shows that not all vegans are weirdos like me.” ~Moby

Main Street Vegan, written by Victoria Moran (with the great assistance of her daughter), is a book dedicated to vegans and those who are on their way to becoming vegan. It covers a lot of topics and shows that veganism “isn’t nearly as hard as it seems.”

In this book, you will find tips and guidance on veganizing your life, as well as answers to many common concerns. Thanks to Victoria Moran, a certified holistic health counselor and founder of Main Street Vegan Academy, you will be able to create your own individual process of becoming vegan, which best fits your budget, family, and life.

You will be given a lot of useful ideas for how to veganize your kitchen, home, clothes, and life in general. This book helps one to realize that, no matter where you live or what you do for life, you should always be compassionate to yourself and others. Your life will become so much better by helping end animal suffering and taking care of the planet.

There are 40 short chapters, each ending with simple but delicious vegan recipes of salads, dressings, whole meals, and desserts. This book has already found a handy place in my kitchen. You will also get useful lists of vegan cookbooks, movies, books about health and nutrition, animal rights, and philosophy. In addition, there are lists of organizations supporting these topics, as well as helpful websites and blogs.

I recommend that you read this book, no matter if you are an existing vegan or becoming one, or even a meat eater. I guarantee Main Street Vegan will affect your life and the way you think about yourself, our planet, animals, and animal rights.

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