I've got a few books on the subject that include the most popular ones, Diet for a Small Planet, Diet for a new America, Harvest for Hope, The New Ethics of Eating, etc. But I'm curious about other Vegans out there. What is your favorite either Vegan or Macrobiotic book? Either on the lifestyle, animal rights or cook book. What's the one book that you can't live without (he he...other than The Kind Diet :-) Thanks for the responses.
I love all of the Moosewood restaurants cookbooks. They are not strictly vegan, but have enough vegan or adaptable vegetarian recipes in them to make them worth your while....Skinny bitch was pretty funny and to the point as an informational book as to why you should be vegan....
Slaughterhouse, The China Study, The Vegan Sourcebook, The Mad Cowboy, Vegan Freak, Farm Sanctuary, Eating Animals, Dining with Friends, The Shopping Guide For Caring Consumers, The Thrive Diet, Any cookbooks by Robin Robertson, Terry Romero, Isa Moskowitz (Vegan with a Vengeance, Cupcakes, Brunch)...Fast Food Nation and The Omnivore's Dilemma are important books that you might want to read because they come up in conversation a lot but I disagreed with a lot from a vegan standpoint. The same goes for the animal testing conducted for research in The China Study.
Skinny Bitch is one of my favoirtes (until TheKindDiet :)... a lot of research was done and written with such sarcastic humor, which I appreciated. Skinny Bitch in the Kitch has a lot of wonderful recipes with ingredients more easily found.