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    Get guidance from African American vegan experts on how to transition to a plant-based diet.

    Brought to you by Tracye McQuirter, MPH, public health nutritionist, 30-year vegan, and author of Ageless Vegan and By Any Greens Necessary, in partnership with Farm Sanctuary.

    Featuring 40 pages of information and inspiration, including:

    • Physician Milton Mills, MD, on why it’s healthier for African Americans to eat plant-based food
    • Pediatrician Ruby Thomas, MD, and chef Rain Truth on raising children vegan
    • Olympic skier, lifelong vegan Seba Johnson
    • Why to go vegan and what to eat
    • How to make it affordable
    • Eating out and socializing, including navigating family reunions
    • Stocking your kitchen
    • Saving animals and the environment
    • Highlights of African American vegan history
    • And 15 simple, healthy and delicious recipes from renowned black vegan chefs

    Click here for a free PDF download of this guide.

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    I am working with church congregation to become informed on the benefits of a plant based lifestyle this is an excellent colorful book and the recipes makes it more awesome!




    Chicago

    Great Resource

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    Very good book has a wealth of information I ordered several to pass out to church member who were trying to do a Daniel fast or go vegan for Lent which is a start in the right direction.

    Florida

    Simply awesome

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    I’m not an African-American but because I do find more difficult to convince my black friends and co-workers about veganism than any other group. I got one copy at a vegan festival and it is simply an amazing magazine with great pictures, recipes and other information such as raising kids the vegan way.

    Inglewood, CA

    Very informative!

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    This guide is well written, is easy to follow and is very informative. The articles are interesting and I am eager to try the recipes.


    African American Vegan Stater Guide

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    This is an excellent guide to use to begin to change your eating habits and improve your health. It provides information on how to educate yourself and your family -from infants to seniors-, how to shop on a budget for nutritious foods, tips for dining out, stocking your kitchen and saving our planet and animals. The guide also includes great tasting recipes for Mac & Cheese and Ice Cream!