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         Vegetarianism:     more books (100)
  1. Vegetarianism: A History by Colin Spencer, 2004-02-20
  2. Yoga and Vegetarianism: The Path to Greater Health and Happiness by Sharon Gannon, 2008-11-18
  3. The Inner Art of Vegetarianism : Spiritual Practices for Body by Carol J. Adams, 2000-08
  4. Judaism and Vegetarianism by Richard H. Schwartz, 2001-02
  5. Religious Vegetarianism: From Hesiod to the Dalai Lama
  6. A NEW LOOK AT VEGETARIANISM: Its Positive Effects on Health and Disease Control by Dr. Sukhraj S. Dhillon, 2009-03-26
  7. Vegetarianism:Movement or Moment? by Donna Maurer, 2002-04
  8. Cultural Encyclopedia of Vegetarianism
  9. Ethical Vegetarianism
  10. The Vegetarianism of Jesus Christ: The Pacifism, Communalism and Vegetarianism of Primitive Christianity by Charles P. Vaclavik, 1989-01
  11. The Heretic's Feast: A History of Vegetarianism by Colin. Spencer, 1995-05-15
  12. Transition to Vegetarianism: An Evolutionary Step by Rudolph Ballentine, 1987-01-25
  13. The Inner Art of Vegetarianism Workbook: Spiritual Practices for Body and Soul by Carol J. Adams, 2001-02
  14. Diet For Transcendence: Vegetarianism and the World Religions by Steven Rosen, 1997-01

161. The Vegetarian/Vegan Society Of Queensland!
Organisation encouraging vegetarianism as a humane and responsible lifestyle. Includes a comprehensive guide to vegetarian/vegan recipes, forums, resources and restaurants.
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162. Vegetarian
A personal explanation of vegetarianism.
Updated May, 2004
You do not see them suffer,
but they do
You do not hear them scream,
but they do Love the Product!
Love the Packaging!
When you really love animals, eventually killing and eating them becomes an issue. The thought
of killing one of the raccoons in my yard is the same as killing one of my cats or the neighbors dog,
let alone skinning, slicing, dicing, gutting and deep frying them.
Several years ago I visited some friends who were raising a calf, the calf even had a name and they patted him as we walked by. In the kitchen, as they removed pork chops from the freezer, they told stories of the wonderful pig they had raised the year before. How fat he was and what a funny guy and how the kids rode around on him. Then one day it was time to put the old boy in the back of the truck and take him to the butcher down the road. A road that the calf was soon to travel. The butcher asked them how many of what kinds of cuts they wanted and drew loin, shoulder, chops etc. on the funny, fat pig with a marker. Apparently this is when you go do other things and come back at another time to pick up what has now become "meat". Now here we were, standing in their kitchen with the pork chops defrosting on the sink, blood running down the drain and these people telling me this story.

163. Vegetarian Network Victoria
Nonprofit, volunteer organisation that provides services to people interested in vegetarianism through information, support and networking.
World Vegan Day Melbourne 2004
Picnic in the Park - Sunday October 31st 2004
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164. Why Vegetarian?
Personal site advocating vegetarianism due to the health, environment, and animal suffering associated with meat eating.
Warning: Due to so-called "food slander" laws, this page may be illegal! And perhaps you thought free speech was protected by the U.S. Constitution. Please oppose California State Senate Bill 1334. More information can be found here "So, Brett, just why ARE you a vegetarian? Do you eat chicken? Do you drink milk? Do you eat fish? What about eggs?" These are questions I hear often, and I must admit that sometimes I get tired of answering them. But the vegetarian lifestyle so important to me that I've decided to dedicate a page of my site to just these questions. The short answer is, I'm a vegetarian because I care. I care about protecting the rainforests. I care about preventing the suffering of innocent creatures. I care about preventing topsoil depletion. I care about preventing world hunger. I care about reducing energy consumption. I care about the air we breathe, and the water that flows in rivers. And I care about my own health. I honestly believe that the most significant thing I, as an individual, can do for any one of these things I care about is to consume only vegetarian food.
Real food for real people. Good for every body. Incredible edible. The "basic four" food groups. And the question almost every vegetarian is most tired of answering:

165. Amy Weik Has Short Fingernails
About automoblies, cycling, traveling, music, crazy hair, project management, vegetarianism, and Formula One. considerate on the road Sorry for the long hiatus. I've been really busy at work (and outside of work) and having fun while doing it. Let's see... in the last couple weeks I've begun working on getting a patent (with the assistance of my hometown friend Rachel, a patent attorney), the TDF slipped out of Jan's hands and allowed Lance the 5x win, I attended the 1000 Person Chicago Critical Mass with Quinton, I attended my friend Ryan's party who is leaving for Environmental Engineering Grad School at Berkeley, my church had multiple baptisms in Lake Michigan, I checked out Chicago's largest (and most beautiful) library in the south Loop, Juan Pablo got on the podium twice, my ex-roomie Carrie and her husband Brad had their first child (Ryan Jacob), my friends the Tafts from Indy stayed at my apartment for the weekend before leaving for a vacation in Michigan, I attended my friend Jess's combined wedding shower-bachelorette party in Indy, avoided the Brickyard fans who after the race thought they were real NASCAR drivers, I've been riding my bike more consistently to work (and liberally avoiding cabs), and I'm reading Mat Hoffman's autobiography, "The Ride of My Life" I saw Duff McKagan (formerly of Guns N Roses) on the news last night standing up for his friend Scott Weiland from Stone Temple Pilots by exposing the rampant encouragement to misuse drugs within the music industry. At some point, I realized that Duff and I have the same hair style. I also realized that he's really hot. And you know who else is hot? The youngest kid from

166. No Such Page!
If you were looking for the Vegetarian Pages they have long since moved to http//www/ Please update your link. If you were
If you were looking for the Vegetarian Pages they have long since moved to http://www/ . Please update your link. If you were looking for the Mountain Bike pages, they ceased to exist a very long time ago. Sorry. If you were looking for a Virtual Memorial, then the pages have been reorganised. Start at the Virtual Memorial Garden front page. If you were looking for Jungle or Nautilus, they are no longer available. Again, sorry. If you were spelling my name Lindsey, then it ought to be Lindsay.

167. Bhojan
Are you a vegetarian? Would you like to become one but cannot find all the resources in one place? Look no more. Here are the comprehensive

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Are you a vegetarian? Would you like to become one but cannot find all the resources in one place? Look no more. Here are the comprehensive resources for vegetarians. Vegetarian Grocery Stores Veggie Restaurant Listing How to Buy Fruits and Vegetable More... While we have an extensive collection of recipes that you can access from the menus on the left, we invite you to share your recipes with us. Help us build the largest vegetarian recipe site in the world. Just Click On This Link And Submit Your Recipe Hindus offer food to God first before consuming it, Hindus believe that the food can have profound impact on one's life, and appropriate diet can help in perusal one's chosen lifestyle. The Hindu compassion for all living beings, leads Hindus to vegetarian practices Why do we offer Food to God before Eating?
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168. Islamic Concern: Animals In Islam
The beautiful religion of Islam has always viewed animals as a special part of God s creation. The Qur an, the Hadith, and the history
ISLAMIC CONCERN HOME Click here for a free vegetarian starter kit International Vegetarian Union
The beautiful religion of Islam has always viewed animals as a special part of God's creation. The Qur'an, the Hadith, and the history of Islamic civilization offer many examples of kindness, mercy, and compassion for animals.
Thanks to Westernized factory-farming methods that are used in many parts of the world, animals suffer hideously in the industries that kill them to produce meat, milk, and eggs. These products not only bring pain and suffering to the animals themselves, they are also implicated in a variety of human diseases, including cancer, heart disease, obesity, high blood pressure, and diabetes. The intensive production of animals for food is also extremely damaging to the environment.
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169. Vegetarian And Vegan Information From PETA
Chew On This Maybe It s Time to Go Vegetarian. Chew On This Maybe It s Time to Go Vegetarian PETA s new video, Chew on This, sheds

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Viagra and other anti-impotence drugs may get you through the night, but a vegetarian diet can get you through your life. Numerous physicians and nutritionists agree that the best way to prevent artery blockage as well as multiple other conditions that cause impotence is to eat a diet high in fiber, including plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Read More Features:
This provocative ad asks us to acknowledge the immense suffering endured by chickens used for their eggs and flesh. More importantly, it asks that we all do something about it by going vegetarian today. Chew On This: Maybe It's Time to Go Vegetarian
PETA's new video, "Chew on This," sheds light on animal suffering and highlights other reasons to choose a compassionate, plant-based diet. I Can't Believe It's Vegan!

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