Vegan & Vegetarian FAQ
It is 2 am and you need a vegan donut - where do you
Most of us are never going to become vegetarian nutrition
experts, but it is likely that we will crave a donut. That's
where this guide to the daily aspects of being a vegetarian is
indispensable. Based on answers given to some of the 100,000
visitors to The Vegetarian Resource Group website (www.vrg.org)
every month, this guide addresses the many circumstances of
living as a vegetarian. This book is the culmination of the many
questions and frustrating lack of answers vegetarians routinely
This guide will help non-vegetarians understand some of the
issues and ingredients that concern vegetarians. It is also a
wonderful starting place if you are a new vegetarian. And if you
are a vegetarian 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, you need this
book! Vegan & Vegetarian FAQ will make being a
vegetarian even easier. You will find hundreds of answers on
everything from vegan marshmallows to food ingredients to veggie
kids to how to cook tofu. We’ve also included 35 popular
recipes, including fajitas, sloppy joes, and eggless banana
pancakes, as well as sources for thousands more!
- Where can I find vegan marshmallows?
- Is kosher gelatin vegan? What is pareve?
- Where can I find non-leather shoes?
- Is there one official symbol that denotes a vegetarian
- Can I be a vegan and an athlete?
- Do you know where I can find a vegetarian food pyramid?
- What can I do about the gas I’ve experienced since I
switched to a vegetarian diet?
- What are “natural flavors?”
- Why are some cheeses labeled as “vegetarian
cheese?” Why wouldn’t cheese be vegetarian? What is
- What is tofu? What do I do with it?
- I’ve been vegan for a few months, but I really miss
chocolate. Where can I find some dairy-free chocolate?
- What can I do about cooking on holidays? Thanksgiving?
- Is there a guidebook to vegetarian restaurants
- I’m going to Disneyland with my family. Will I be able
to eat there?
- How do I get my kids to drink soymilk instead of cow’s
- What’s this I hear about tofu making people
- I am looking for a book or some information that might tell
of some of the more hidden places animal products are use, such
as film processing, gelatin, and other things of this sort.
- But down doesn’t involve killing the bird. Does
- Is tattoo ink vegan?
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1 - Most Frequently Asked Questions
- Chapter 2 - Vegetarianism in Daily Life
- Chapter 3 - Nutrition
- Chapter 4 - Food Ingredients
- Chapter 5 - Recipes
- Chapter 6 - Products
- Chapter 7 - Cooking and Baking
- Chapter 8 - Travel and Restaurants
- Chapter 9 - Veggie Kids
- Chapter 10 - Soy
- Chapter 11 - Vegan Concerns
- Chapter 12 - Unique Questions
- Chapter 13 - Questions About VRG
- Quick Guide to Fast Food
- Quick Guide to Helpful Websites
- Protein Content of Selected Vegan Foods
- Calcium Content of Selected Vegan Foods
- Iron Content of Selected Vegan Foods
- Daily Values
- A Senior’s Guide to Good Nutrition
- Eat Better, Perform Better, Sports Nutrition Guidelines for
- Why is Wine So Fined?
- Handy Guide to Food Ingredients
- List of Suggested Reading: Vegetarian Cookbooks Vegetarian
Families Vegetarian Travel
- School Foods Information
- Feeding Plans for Infants and Toddlers
- VRG Publications, Resources, and Tabling Materials
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