A Complete Guide for Teenage Vegetarians
By Stephanie Pierson
(Bantam, Paperback, 9780553379242, 240pp.)
Publication Date: March 2, 1999
Categories: Vegetarian - General
If you're confused about going veggie, here is the perfect resource for basic nutrition information, great tips, a helpful Q&A, and recipes for vegetarian meals even nonvegetarians will love!
Vegetarianism can help the environment, raise your consciousness, and make a cow very happy. But for teenage vegetarians--and perplexed parents--there seem to be more questions than answers: What can I eat? How do I know I'm getting enough protein and vitamins? What's a lacto-ovo? Does all veggie food taste like cardboard? Vegetables Rock! answers these questions and more on what going vegetarian is really all about, including--
How vegetarians help save the planet
A primer on the history and values of vegetarianism, from veganism to macrobiotics
The lowdown on foods containing hidden animal products
Tips for braving the perils of cafeteria dining
What to say to meat eaters who give you a hard time
Survival strategies from successful vegetarian teens
What to eat in restaurants, diners, and fast-food places
Lists of veggie-friendly colleges, restaurants, websites, and mail-order sources
60 delicious recipes--all made with ingredients from your local supermarket!
Choosing vegetarianism is the first big step. Vegetables Rock! is the next.
Stephanie Pierson is an advertising copywriter and a contributor to magazines like Metropolitan Home, Garden Design and Saveur. Her book Because I'm the Mother, That's Why! Mostly True Confessions of Modern Motherhood was published by Delacorte. She lives with her family in Westchester, New York.