Think Like A Vegan Overview

Why should we adopt animals?

What’s the problem with organic meat?

What are the economics of plant-based foods?

What about honey?

What is the relationship between veganism and feminism?

What is vegansexualism?

Veganism is on the rise. Plant-based foods and cruelty-free products showing no sign of stopping, Think Like a Vegan explores how vegan ethics can be applied to every area of our daily lives.

We all want to live more healthily and ethically.

Think Like a Vegan is for anyone interested in veganism, its ideals, and what even non-vegans can learn from its practice. Through a personal and often irreverent lens, the authors explore a variety of contemporary topics related to animal use: from the basics of vegan logic to politics, economics, love, and other aspects of being human, each chapter draws you into a thought-provoking conversation about your daily ethical decisions.

About the Author

Emilia A. Leese writes essays on life, travel, and veganism for a variety of online publications, including her personal blog Emi’s Good Eating. She regularly hosts benefit supper clubs and yoga retreats and speaks about veganism at events and festivals. She has been a corporate finance lawyer for over twenty years.

Eva J. Charalambides is a photographer and vegan advocate. She has written for the vegan lifestyle website Ecorazzi and was involved in organizing the multi-city Vegandale Food Drink Festivals.

Editorial Reviews

“I really enjoyed this book, and it’s definitely one I will keep and refer back to help me answer questions about my decision.  As I say it’s really informative and educational – there are references in there too for anyone that may want to question the facts presented or read in a bit more detail.  And if you’ve ever been in the slightest bit interested in Veganism then this is the perfect book to read.  The chapters cover the basics, live and love vegan, Veganism is for everyone, money and politics, healthy and frugal vegan and environment, and finishes with a chapter bringing everything together.  The final chapter is a fantastic section that will ask you questions and get you thinking. Maybe I’m slightly biased (and I’m trying not to be!) but this is a fantastic, informative, educational, and ‘real’ thought-provoking book that I, personally, feel everyone should read.  Highly recommended by me, especially if you’re vegan or interested in learning more about it.” – Chelle. Curled Up With a Good Book. Blog Tour & Review: Think Like a Vegan.  28 May 2021

Books by Emilia A. Leese & Eva J. Charalambides