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Publisher Description

A vegetarian diet can markedly improve your health and fitness, but what if you still love munching into a juicy burger every now and again? Graham Hill has a powerful and simple solution: become a weekday vegetarian. Eat no meat from Monday through Friday. During the weekends, you're back to being a carnivore. Hill, who founded the eco-blog treehugger.com, has expanded the popular short talk he gave at TED 2010 with a life-changing digital book that explores the personal, economic, and societal benefits of moving meat out of your diet. Don't fear that vegetarian dishes all taste like sawdust. Hill includes great-tasting veggie recipes to get you started.

GENRE
Cookbooks, Food & Wine
RELEASED
2011
May 5
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
40
Pages
PUBLISHER
TED Books
SELLER
TED Conferences, LLC
SIZE
1.3
MB

Customer Reviews

msstill ,

weekday veggie tarian

This book was an enlightenment to giving knowledge and facts about meat consumption in today's society. I learned that meat is not good for you. I can say that as having digestive and stomach issues that meat is killing me. I want to live longer and have a healthier life. So I have decided to stop meat consumption and save not only myself but help the world by less meat consumption and a greener world.

Great read and I liked the recipes and additional resources given. You can do it just think one day away can make you stay on earth another day. :)

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