How To Go Vegan by veganuary

How To Go Vegan

A short guide to going vegan - the why, the what and the how.Going vegan is easy!Whether you're already a full-time vegan, considering making the switch or know someone who is, this book will give you all the tools you need to make the change towards a healthier, happier and more ethical lifestyle.How to Go Vegan includes...Why try vegan?Animal welfare, the environment, health benefits and your personal adventure.Vegan at homeSurprisingly vegan f...

Details How To Go Vegan

TitleHow To Go Vegan
Release DateDec 28th, 2017
PublisherHodder & Stoughton
GenreNonfiction, Food and Drink, Food, Vegan

Reviews How To Go Vegan

  • Sally Lovelock
    Great book, really motivating and a good insight into the cruelty of the dairy and egg industries without being too gory.
  • Sarah
    Brilliant for anyone starting out on their vegan journey or who just wants to figure out why veganuary is a thing.
  • David Mccurdy
    Very informative and encourages you to think about your choices. Offers so much advice and is not very judgemental.Very good book( downloaded and use Vegan Apps regularly now)
  • Stephen
    Full of useful information. It will be great to use as a reference too.
  • Sophiebeth
    Good if your just starting out and explains lots of common questions I've been asked over the years. It has useful recipes and meal plans. However, lots of the content is on the website.
  • Hannah Renowden
    Informative, myth busting and accessible. A must read for anyone thinking about becoming a vegan, or struggling to understand someone else's choice to become one. I wish everyone would read this book!
  • Emma Buckett
    The way that this book is written reminded me of the cartoony bit in the original Jurassic Park film where they explain how they are breeding real dinosaurs so I found this book easy to understand and read it quickly. The chapters on the hideous farming techniques and its unsustainability didn't put me off consuming meat but did make me want to campaign for animal rights. Regardless of my the opinion on farming I have decided to become vegan for ...
  • Ru
    I was a bit disappointed by how basic this book was. I wanted to know the reasons why people chose to go vegan and how to do it properly (ensuring you’re getting the right nutrients etc) but instead I found all the testimonials a bit grating and pointless, the arguments very one-sided and simplified, and the book unfortunately slipped into preachy a few too many times for me to take it really seriously. It’s a shame because doing veganuary, I...
  • Elizabeth
    An interesting guide, really intended for someone wanting to become vegan but knowing very little about how to do it. I've been vegetarian for a very long time now, leaning more towards veganism so this book didn't really hold many surprises. However, I did find the first part about the reasons why you should consider veganism very thought-provoking and well researched. Worth reading for that alone.
  • Yvonne Manson
    Good book for anyone considering going vegan or recently went vegan. Some good information on nutrition and vitamins and what to look out for as well as some meal plans. Most suitable for those new to being vegan answers most of the questions I am often asked. A good book for people who are curious about being vegan.
  • Brian
    Good intro and motivation for Vegan dietA good review of why vegan diets are worth pursuing. Reviews all major facets and forms of motivation. Very non-judgmental. Closely affiliated with Veganuary. 3 stars because it is practical, quick reading; not award winning literature.
  • Cordelia Baker Hine
    This really does contain everything you could possibly need to transition from any diet to an animal product free one. Supportive, helpful, and in no way holier-than-thou. Everyone should try going vegan, if just for a month.
  • Alex Boon
    A really good starting point. I knew quite a bit already so some vegetarians or environmental types might find it a bit basic but it's motivating. Looking forward to my vegan month (and who knows maybe even longer) starting in January.
  • Aoife Burke
    Worth the read to make the changeThis is a great read for anyone wanting to go vegan as a permanent change or even just for the month of vegunary. All you need is in the book, including recipes to begin with
  • Shirley Hesketh
    Short book but extremely thought provoking and well written. I read this book more because I was curious about the Vegan lifestyle rather than because I wanted to make the switch myself but am now seriously considering the many implications of my current diet.
  • Rachel
    Don’t be ignorant. Read this book :)
  • Lucy Baker
    I start now!
  • Diana
    Very good intro to Veganism, summary and breakdown of main points. Quick and easy read, includes recipes too!
  • Kristian Gunn
    A nice well rounded introduction to veganism and veganuary, although the writing felt at times to be aimed mainly at teenage girls...
  • Brian Mccallum
    Easy read. Help to understand the whole vegan lifestyle and why it is so important to me
  • Terry P
    Packed full of useful and encouraging information, in a nice easy concise book. You won't need to spend weeks reading this, I finished it in a couple of days. Highly recommended.
  • Annie Price
    Great insight into the meat and dairy industry. Lots of tips nutritional information and recipes.
  • Ksana-Rose Bartlett
    Really informative, short and clear. There was no pressure from this book to conform immediately or make drastic unrealistic changes.
  • Fiikske
    compact and without any fluff
  • Sioned Steventon
    InspiringA great read for anyone who is considering veganism or has already taken the plunge but wants more info. Packed with useful facts, tips and even some recipes.
  • Claire
    Wonderful book
  • Fazackerly Toast
    Go vegan! Good for you, good for animals, good for the planet!
  • Ben
    A great first port of call for anyone looking at going vegan, which we should all be doing.
  • Nele
    Very helpful and educative! Was a bit worried it was gonna be very forced but it wasn’t forced at all. Really lovely introduction to veganism with everything you’d want to know about it!
  • Charlotte
    Update, Jan 2019: I've been vegan for 3 months now! And this book played the biggest part in encouraging me to give it a try. In a book like this, the HOW is just as important as the WHY. So many books/articles just tell you about the world's problems and leave you feeling helpless, but this one also tells you what you can do to help.There have definitely been challenges - for one thing, I finally had to learn how to cook! But overall, going vega...