To eat or not to eat meat : how vegetarian dietary choices influence our social lives / [edited by] Charlotte J. S. De Backer, Maryanne L. Fisher, Julie Dare, Leesa Costello
- Rowman & Littlefield studies in food and gastronomy
- Vegans, vegetarians and Australia / Lelia Green -- Experiences of a vegan in the Australian Jewish community / Talia Raphaely & Asher Myerson -- Wiener Schnitzel versus plant-based food. The transition of meat-based regional Austrian food to vegan products / Elisabeth Oberzaucher, Ulrike Atzmüller-Zeilinger & Helmut Jungwirth -- Exceptional or common? Vegetarianism and veganism in Belgium / Laurence Verheijen & Sara Erreygers -- Brazil and its vegan and vegetarian diets / Anthonieta Looman Mafra -- The Canadian context on vegetarian and vegan diets / Maryanne L. Fisher & Joanne C. Fisher -- Finland : the unselfish vegan / Mari Niva, Annukka Vainio and Piia Jallinoja -- Germany : I eat honey also : sometimes...Marita's story about her vegan diet / Pamela Kerschke-Risch -- Meat avoidance diets in Ireland : how food choices influence the way we are perceived by others and the ways in which we interact with others / Maeve Henchion -- The Israeli context on vegetarian and vegan diets / Sigal Tifferet -- Italy : fond of veg-food : tradition, transition, transformation / Alessandra Micalizzi -- Vegetarianism in the Dutch Polder / Hans Dagevos -- Vegan and vegetarian communities in South-Africa / Yandisa Ngqangashe -- Do worldviews change through eating habits? Incarnation of a Turkish vegan / Ilkay Kanik -- I am not awkward, I am just a vegetarian. Trials and tribulations of a vegetarian in the UK / Chrysostomos Apostolidis -- Experiences as a vegan in the United States : the effects of diet, identity, and morality on social relations / Daniel L. Rosenfeld.
- "Becoming a vegetarian involves more than just changing the food you eat. It can change your outlook, influence how others view you, and shape your social connections and interactions. This book draws on stories across the globe to consider how our food choices can have complex social consequences. Contributors' stories highlight that regardless of the food on our plate, we can still enjoy eating together"--
- 9781538114964 hardcover
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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