|Author:||Gia Patton,John Robbins|
|Subcategory:||Diets & Weight Loss|
|Publisher:||Harper Perennial (October 1, 1993)|
|Category:||Fitness and Health|
|Other formats:||doc mbr rtf azw|
Jia Patton's recipes make the book for me. I had the privilege of taking some of her cooking classes with gourmet vegan food which melts your taste buds in its richness and diversity of flavor. In May All Be Fed, Jia abolishes stereotypes of vegan food being bland.
Jia Patton's recipes make the book for me. Every time I have made the "Cream of Broccoli Soup" for friends they ask for the recipe and love it, deservedly so, with its creamy cashew base.
The author of Diet for a New America shows how we can significantly. The author of Diet for a New America shows how we can significantly improve ourselves and the world by changing the way we eat. May All Be Fed explains why so few have so much to eat and why so many have so little, and it shows how everyone can make a difference by altering food choices.
John Robbins’ May All Be Fed is amazing. I set aside my usual business to read, savor, and digest every word of John Robbins’ book, May All Be Fed. It is an incredibly important document, taking one of our most basic human activities and exploring its environmental, biological and spiritual importance. I hope everyone reads this book. Marianne Williamson, Author of A Return to Love. I advise every awakening person to do the same. I felt newly inspired by his clarity and compassion. Once again his words touch our minds, open our hearts, and nourish our spirits
May All Be Fed explains why so fe. .After reading this book, one must go on to read Robbins other book, Diet for a New America.
May All Be Fed explains why so fe.
The whys and hows of eating with a global consciousness. Our planet would greatly benefit from everyone reading this book.
Learn a new way of eating with 200 delicious recipes, including whole-grain breakfastcereals and puddings; tasty . May All Be Fed is a worthy sequel to the author's acclaimed international best-seller, Diet for a New America
Learn a new way of eating with 200 delicious recipes, including whole-grain breakfastcereals and puddings; tasty soups; hearty stews and chilis; crunchy as well as leafy salads; and satisfying fruit desserts. May All Be Fed is a worthy sequel to the author's acclaimed international best-seller, Diet for a New America. With his powerful yet gentle style, John Robbins helps. With his powerful yet gentle style, John Robbins helps us realize that the blessing of food is truly the gift of life.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 393-408) and index. Robbins, John; Patton, Jia. Publication date. Food habits, Food of animal origin, Cookery.
May All Be Fed: 'a Diet For A New World : Including Recipes By Jia Patton And Friends John Robbins. The Tempeh Cookbook Dorothy R. Bates. Millennium Cookbook: Extraordinary Vegetarian Cuisine Eric Tucker. The Candle Cafe Cookbook: More Than 150 Enlightened Recipes from New York's Renowned Vegan Restaurant Joy Pierson, Bart Potenza, Barbara Scott-Goodman. Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World: 75 Dairy-Free Recipes for Cupcakes that Rule Isa Chandra Moskowitz & Terry Hope Romero. The Raw Gourmet Nomi Shannon. Living Cuisine: The Art and Spirit of Raw Foods Renee Underkoffler.
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Once again Robbins, author of Diet for a New America (Stillpoint, 1987), gently nudges us into an.
Once again Robbins, author of Diet for a New America (Stillpoint, 1987), gently nudges us into an awareness of the wasteful and unhealthy consequences of the consumption of animal products. Finally, he provides us with a wide range of vegan recipes developed by Jia Patton and some of the nation's best vegetarian restaurants, as well as brief information on choosing where to shop and concise descriptions of commonly used whole foods. With its social, philosophical and spiritual orientation balanced by its wealth of practical detail and scientific documentation, Robbins's book is sure to be popular in health-conscious communities.