Foods that Don't Bite Back is a simple, handy guide for new vegans and a welcome selection of new recipes for long-time vegans as well.
Vegparadise.com (VegParadise.com )
. . .Sue Donaldson provides persuasive arguements for eating only those foods with no animal connections whatsoever. . . Never preachy, Donaldson has a realistic attitude. . .How does the food taste? Delicious.
The Georgia Straight (Georgia Straight )
I recommend Sue Donaldson's new book. . . It's an excellent source of both information and recipes for those, like me, who are falling out of love with meat.
Whig-Standard (Whig-Standard ) --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Sue Donaldson grew up in Manotick, Ontario, a small town south of Ottawa. With her undergraduate degrees in Arts and Education, and an M.A. in Applied Linguistics from Carleton University, she taught adult English and ESL classes in Ottawa for several years. She has been a vegan for about 15 years, and her views have evolved in response to debate and reading about how animals raised for food are treated. When at home in Perth Road Village, Sue spends time gardening, hiking, swimming and, of course, cooking delicious vegan feasts for family and friends.