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Joanne Stepaniak

Jo Stepaniak (born 1954) is an American writer specializing in veganism and nutrition.[1] She is the author of several books on the subject, including The Vegan Sourcebook (1998).

Stepaniak was elected to the Vegetarian Hall of Fame in June 2008 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, at the 34th Annual Vegetarian Summerfest of the North American Vegetarian Society.

Contents

  • Selected works 1
  • Quotes 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Selected works

  • Vegan Vittles: Recipes Inspired by the Critters of Farm Sanctuary, Book Publishing Company, 1996 (ISBN 1570670250)
  • The Saucy Vegetarian: Quick & Healthful No-Cook Sauces & Dressings, Book Publishing Company, January 2000 (ISBN 1570670919)
  • The Vegan Sourcebook, Second edition: McGraw-Hill, October 1, 2000 (ISBN 0-7373-0506-1)
  • Raising Vegetarian Children, McGraw-Hill, September 25, 2002 (ISBN 0658021559)
  • The Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook: Delicious Dairy-Free Cheeses and Classic "Uncheese" Dishes, Book Publishing Company, 10 Anv edition, December 2003 (ISBN 1570671516)
  • Food Allergy Survival Guide: Surviving and Thriving With Food Allergies and Sensitivities, Healthy Living Publications. August 2004 (ISBN 157067163X)

Quotes

"In the final analysis, despite our diversity, there is only one type of vegan -- a person who is committed to and practices a reverence and respect for all life."

References

  1. ^ "Veganism: It's more than beans", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 27 September 2001.

External links

  • Stepaniak answers questions about veganism
  • Discussion board Stepaniak moderates
  • Stepaniak explains the term "vegan"
  • Stepaniak interview at VegFamily.com
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