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by Emily Anderson Greene,Marilyn Diamond,Debra Poneman

eBook What, No Meat?!: What to Do When Your Kid Becomes a Vegetarian epub
  • ISBN: 1550225790
  • Author: Emily Anderson Greene,Marilyn Diamond,Debra Poneman
  • Genre: Cookbooks
  • Subcategory: Regional & International
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: ECW Press (October 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 208 pages
  • ePUB size: 1419 kb
  • FB2 size 1827 kb
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Debra Poneman is the mother of two vegetarian children.

Debra Poneman is the mother of two vegetarian children. She is a speaker on healthy food choices and natural alternatives to conventional medicine. She lives in Evanston, Illinois. Emily Anderson Greene runs Viva Entertainment, a company that creates orig. So, yesterday when my 8 year old said, "maybe I should become a vegetarian", I had the info I need to get started! I especially love Debra's and Emily's humor woven throughout the book. I enjoyed "What, No Meat?!" from cover to cover. You may not be interested in becoming vegetarian and that's ok - this book is still worth a read.

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What, No Meat?! book. Mom and Dad, I’ve decided to become a vegetarian. What, No Meat?! is written for the concerned and bewildered parent who needs help understanding and feeding a child who has decided to give up meat. Parents today are already overwrought trying to balance kids, careers, bills, exercise, their own aging parents, and everything else. No wonder they feel that having to learn Mom and Dad, I’ve decided to become a vegetarian.

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Browse and save recipes from What, No Meat?!: What To Do When Your Kid Becomes A Vegetarian to your own online collection at EatYourBooks. Emily Anderson Greene runs Viva Entertainment, a company that creates original educational videos, fitness videos, and documentaries on health and well-being. She lives in Bethesda, Maryland.

by Debra Poneman and Emily Anderson Greene. Mom and Dad, I've decided to become a vegetarian. What, No Meat? is written for the concerned and bewildered parent who needs help understanding and feeding a child who has decided to give up meat.

What, No Meat?: What to Do When Your Kid Becomes a Vegetarian. What others are saying. Debra Poneman a best selling author, award-winning speaker and the co-founder of the mega-successful mentoring program for women: Your Year of Miracles

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Poneman, Debra, and Emily Anderson Greene. What, No Meat?! What to Do When Your Kid Becomes a Vegetarian. New York: Tundra Books, 2002. Stepaniak, Joanne, and Vesanto Melina. Toronto, ON (Canada): ECW Press, 2003. Schwartz, Ellen, and Farida Zaman. Raising Vegetarian Children.

What, No Meat?! What to Do. When Your Kid. Becomes a Vegetarian. She lives in Bethesda, Maryland, with her husband. by Debra Halperin Poneman. and Emily Anderson Greene. Your child's announcement comes as a shock. you've got enough on your hands trying to balance kids, careers, bills, exercise, your own aging parents, and everything else. No wonder you feel that having to learn to cook and shop in a whole new "vegetarian way" just might drive you over the edge.

They suddenly became very silent and attentive, watching somebody over my shoulder. It was Poopy, all by herself.

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Mom and Dad, I’ve decided to become a vegetarian. What, No Meat?! is written for the concerned and bewildered parent who needs help understanding and feeding a child who has decided to give up meat. Parents today are already overwrought trying to balance kids, careers, bills, exercise, their own aging parents, and everything else. No wonder they feel that having to learn to cook and shop in a whole new "vegetarian way" just might drive them over the edge. What, No Meat?! is written for the harried parent who is willing to make the effort to accommodate their child’s choice, but wants the whole thing to be as simple and effortless as possible. The book offers simple, sound facts that will allay parental fears about nutritional deficiencies in a child’s vegetarian diet from sources that parents trust, like the American Dietetic Association, American Heart Association, and American Council on Nutrition. It also includes easy recipes to help make the transition as trouble-free (and tasty) as possible. And yes, you can still go out to dinner! Yes, you can still go to Grandma’s house for Thanksgiving! This book tells you how. Most importantly, this book shows you how to support your child’s transition to a vegetarian diet in a way that is harmonious, and maybe even fun.

Comments: (5)
Ganthisc
I have gotten this book for friends whose kids have gone vegetarian and its really eased their minds and helped them understand that their kids are healthy and are making healthy decisions for themselves.
Aurizar
This book is full of simple facts on how to be a healthy vegetarian teen. It helped me understand how EASY it is to get all the protein and iron I need every day. I liked learning about all the famous athletes who are vegetarian. This book is also great because it's easy to read and important information is shown in simple charts and tables. After reading this book, I feel much more educated about my decision to give up meat.
Crazy
Not only is this book a goldmine of great information and inspiration, it's light-hearted! There is no preaching here.
My husband and I have always thought about becoming vegetarian but have often wondered how to deal with our three children. This book has given me a great deal of insight. So, yesterday when my 8 year old said, "maybe I should become a vegetarian", I had the info I need to get started!
I especially love Debra's and Emily's humor woven throughout the book. I enjoyed "What, No Meat?!" from cover to cover. You may not be interested in becoming vegetarian and that's ok - this book is still worth a read. The recipes will make it easier to get to the five veggie servings per day that most of our kids are not getting.
Read it, you'll like it!
Atineda
I started skimming this book and ended up reading right through it. It's entertaining and full of useful info. With a vegetarian teenage boy in the house, I wanted to make sure I had the whole "how to get enough protein" issue covered. I found plenty on that, and also on calcium and iron and other health issues. There are lots of recipes I want to try, especially for holiday meals, and there are good suggestions about eating out. I like what they say about how to handle the etiquette issues, like dealing with invitations to dinner parties, and how to avoid alienating friends and family. Over all, I think this is a really practical, helpful guide for parents of vegetarian kids-and also for anyone considering becoming a vegetarian!
Bloodray
Here is a book that a vegetarian can love! The recipes are varied, the food delicious, and the diet nutritious. All of this is served up with lucidity and humor. A treat all around.
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