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Gail Davis is the author of several books on plant-based eating including So, Now What Do I Eat? and Vegetarian Food For Thought: Quotations and Inspirations. As a self-described "foodie," a food coach, and chef's consultant specializing in green cuisine, she heartily admits that she is passionate about food. Committed to alleviating the suffering of both humans and animals, she does so by taking health-seekers and food-lovers on exciting culinary adventures that transform their lives.

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Tuesday, November 18, 2008     

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A Compassionate Thanksgiving Dinner: It's Easy and Delicious!
(23 comments) Thanksgiving dinner is oh-so-delicious when it's also cruelty-free.

Thursday, October 16, 2008     

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How to Eat Like a Vegetarian, Even If You Never Want to Be One
(8 comments) A collection of inspiring ideas that will help you start eating healthier without spending a lot of time at the grocery store or in the kitchen.

Sunday, October 5, 2008     

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Why It Is My Business What You Eat
(58 comments) A quick look at how our food choices are linked to the health and well-being of ourselves, other humans and non-human beings, and the planet we call our home.

Saturday, September 27, 2008     

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Green Your Cuisine with Delectable Desserts from Around the Globe
(11 comments) Adopting a diet of plant-foods is the single greatest step each of us can take to reduce our carbon footprint and reduce our impact on global warming. In addition, eating green also means eating compassionately and healthfully! In this article, you'll learn just how delicious eating green can be!