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The less is more philosophy is central to the minimalism movement today, and it's where it resonates with veganism. If minimalism is concerned with living with less for your spiritual wellbeing, then that extends to the impact you have on the environment as well.
Minimalists consume less and buy less, meaning that their eco-footprints are lighter; but eliminating your consumption of animal-derived products is one of the most significant ways of reducing your eco-footprint, as animal products have greater emissions than plant-based products per unit of weight. In addition, if you want your lifestyle to bring the most meaning it possibly can to your life, then the ill-treatment and abuse of animals in various exploitative industries isn't going to bring you any joy.
Most vegans are interested in environmental issues, as the ecological benefits of a vegan lifestyle are often significant imperatives to individuals making the transition. So, minimalism often appeals to those of those who want to live our lives as cleanly and simplistically as possible.
In this book, you'll learn about
-Minimalism and Veganism
-Benefits of a Minimalist Plant-Based Lifestyle
-Food to Have or Not On a Minimalist Vegan Diet
-Minimalist Vegan Recipes