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In recent years, readers continue to seek out The Gradual Vegetarian, and here’s what they say about the book:
Lisa Tracy provides a very non-threatening approach to becoming a vegetarian. Set up in stages: ranging from “thinking about it” to “veganism”, and how to eat out in not necessarily vegetarian friendly restaurants (an essential thing when I lived in Nebraska) to how, and where, to shop for groceries. An excellent book.
I’ve had this for a long long time and enjoyed it thoroughly. In addition to feeling better, I lost weight as well. It’s a wonderful guide if you follow it. Informative and educational. I recommend it!
This book helps both physically and psychologically to become the svelte vegetarian that we all long to be. All in all it is a very useful book at treating vegetarian (much more just healthy eating) in a practical and less radical manner.
This book was a great investment for me – my family has never made it to total vegetarianism, but we are eating less red meat and enjoying the options more.
My biggest concern was that in going away from meat, my family would have no protein – what DO you need to look out for, where do you find enough protein for growing kids? Reading this book gave friendly, easy to understand information along with shopping help and recipes that can lead the reluctant a little closer to healthy eating.
Her chicken recipes are fast, easy and absolutely delicious!
A treasure of information AND recipes!
The Gradual Vegetarian was first published in 1985 by small independent New York publisher M. Evans.
The book was soon sold to Dell, which brought out the trade paperback in 1986. Meanwhile, the British rights were sold, and by 1986 a hardback was circulating in Great Britain and Australia.
Paperback editions then appeared in Sweden (Vegetarian Steg for Steg) and Italy (Il Vegetariano Graduale).
The book was in print in the United States for 12 years, a notable run, and is considered a classic.