#EATMEATLESS: Good for Animals, the Earth & All (Hardcover)
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Planet-friendly recipes inspired by noted global activist Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, provide readers with a user-friendly call-to-action to improve human and environmental health and improve wellbeing for other animals alike.
“Every day, slowly but surely, we the people are helping to change the world.” For the health of humankind, the environment, and the animals that inhabit it, the Jane Goodall Institute presents this collection of recipes to illustrate the how and why of plant-based eating. Crafted especially for curious consumers looking to incorporate healthier dietary practices, those interested in environmental sustainability and animal welfare, and for fans of Jane Goodall’s work, this collection of 80 vegan, accessible recipes gives home cooks the tools they need to take charge of their diet and take advantage of their own ability to make a difference in their communities and beyond. Along with colorful food photography, quotes from Dr. Goodall interspersed throughout transform this plant-based staple into an inspiring guide to reclaiming our broken food system: for the environment, for the animals, and for ourselves.
If you’re interested in plant-based diets and/or are passionate about taking action on behalf of the planet we share, this book has the information and inspiration you need to make meaningful mealtime choices. Dr. Jane Goodall, a longtime plant-based activist and a passionate advocate for animals, invites us along with her organization, the Jane Goodall Institute, to commit to a simple promise with the campaign #EatMeatLess.
About the Author
Robin Asbell is an author, educator and natural foods chef who creates luscious, feel-good food. Her Taste column, Meatless Meals, is featured with her photography in the Star Tribune. She also writes regularly for national magazines, including Real Food Magazine, Experience Life, and more.
The Jane Goodall Institute promotes understanding and protection of great apes and their habitats, and builds on the legacy of Dr. Jane Goodall, their founder, to inspire individual action by people of all ages, working to help animals and other people, and to protect the world we all share.