Wayne, NE, United States | Member Since 2011
The best thing about this book is the author is clear on what she believes. The least is that it is repetitive, and too sweeping in its generalizations.
Other non-scientific books on the ethics and health of what you eat.
I have not.
This book needs a counter argument since the author not only criticizes vegetarians, but also takes a hammer to agriculture, modern society in general, and the cause of heart problems.
The book was written by a former vegan, and she pulls no punches in condemning the practice on health and practical terms. She recognizes the sincere intent of vegans, just thinks them misguided and ill informed. But if you read the whole book, her attack does not stop with vegans.
The problem is with the actual story. I did not have a problem with the delivery or the production.
I was expecting and hoping for more information about the theological differences between the two schools of Jewish thought, not just the time line of what happened.
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