Book: Vegan Food for Everyone: ABC's of Eating Seeds, Nuts, Fruits and Vegetables by Kristi Nielsencategories: Book, Vegetables, Learn about Vegetables, Plant-Based Eating, Plant-Based Foods, Abc's of Vegetables, Abc Books, Fruits and Vegetables, Abc Book, Learn about Food, Vegan Recipes, Veganism, Vegan Foods
Kristi Nielsenabout this book: Who says "veganism would be boring"? There are so many foods that most people have never tried. Vegans can have more fun. This book is an excellent picture dictionary featuring 150 edible fruits, vegetables and seeds. This is not the typical ABC book. Even adults will find new vegetables and fruits they never knew existed.
Expand your knowledge of plant-based foods. Learn new fruits and vegetable names. It may spark your interest in trying new plant-based foods.
This book explains the different philosophies that underpin eating vegan and points out that even non-vegans are eating vegan food. Although it is not the goal of this book to change a person, or families eating habits to vegan, it explains the reasons people choose a vegan lifestyle.
An educational approach to understanding the difference between veganism and vegetarianism. What makes a food vegan? What is the difference between a fruit and a vegetable? Which foods do we call vegetables even though they are actually fruits? These questions and more, are simply explained in this book.
It isn't the goal of this book to convert people to vegans, it provides clear information and can provide a catalyst for conversations within families. As environmental concerns about animal farming increase and increased awareness of the benefits of eating a vegan diet increase eating habits are shifting. Making changes by including locally grown, minimally processed foods is becoming a topic that is sparking the interests of people around the world.
This provides families with an opportunity to discuss their beliefs and choices. The difference between vegan as a category of food and a person who adopts a specific eating style provides the reader with an understanding of vegan food, veganism, and plant-based eating styles.
A three-year-old will be able to expand their vocabulary of food-related words, and as the child develops they will be able to understand more of the concepts in the book and will be able to learn the more challenging fruits and vegetable names.
As the materials discussed in this book are more complex than the typical ABC book, it is designed for older children. Of course, it can help a younger child learn the names of easier fruit and vegetables, there are many challenging words that can challenge older children. For this reason, the suggested reading age for this book is 3 to 10.
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