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Chapter 1: Things To Know
WHERE DID THE TERM "VEGETARIAN" COME FROM?
From The Internet "rec.food.veg.faq"

COMMON MYTHS
E.G. Smith Direct Queries
From The Internet "rec.food.veg.faq"
Proctor & Gamble
Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI)

OLESTRA®
Proctor & Gamble
Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI)

ON KOSHER...
Kosher Information Web Site
From The Internet "rec.food.veg.faq"

WAXED PRODUCE
The Bread & Circus whiole Food Bible, Christopher Kilham; Addison Wesley, ---1991.
The Complete Book of Juiciug, Michael Murray, ND; Prima Publishing, 1992.

Chapter 2: Vegan Nutrients
A Brief lutroductiou To Basic Nutrition Adapted from Basic Nutritiou, The ----Vegetarian Society UK
Soy Not Oi, Hippycore; Profane Existence.
Die Nutritiou Bible, jean Anderson, MS & Barbara Deskins, PhD, RD.
Minimax, Dr. David Phillips.
Vegan Delights, Eva Batt; Thorsons.
Bantam Medical Dictiouary, Bantam.
Recommended Dietary Allowances, 10th ed., The Food and Nutrition Board,
---National Research Council; National Academy Press, 1989.
Simply Vegan: Quick Vegetarian Meals, Debra Wasserman and Reed Mangels, ---PhD, RD; The Vegetarian Resource Group.
Basic Nutrition Information Sheet, The Vegetarian Society UK.

Chapter 3: Definitive Listings
Animal Ingredients and Their Alternatives.
Animal Factories, Jim Mason; Crown Publishers.
Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI).
Product Labels.
Slaughter Of The Innocent, Hans Ruesch.
List Of Animal Products and Their Alternatives, Jon Cardillo.
Animal Liberation, Peter Singer; Avon.
A Consumer's Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients, Ruth Winter; Crown.
From The Internet: "rec.food.veg.faq" and "rec.food.ar.faq."
Assorted Information from VegSocUK.

Chapter 4: Animal Ingredients
Personal Care with Principle, National Anti-Vivisection Society.
E.G. Smith Collective Research.
Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI).

Chapter 5: Alcohol
"Ask the Bay Vegan," 7he Bay Vegan, No. 4, Summer 1996.

BITTERS, ETC
"Beer," VegSocUK Info Sheet.

LOW ALCOHOL
"Beer," VegSocUK Info Sheet.
"Cruelty-Free Beers," AnimalTimes, Jan/Feb 1995; PETA.

LAGERS
"Beer," VegSocUK Info Sheet.

US DOMESTIC
Manufacturer Contacts.
Product Labels.
Common Sense.
"Cruelty-Free Beers," Anintal-Times, Jan/Feb 1995; PETA.

---This list is not intended to be exhaustive, and inclusion on the list is not an
--- endorsement of the producer or manufacturer, PETA makes no claim
---regarding these companies' environmental, business, or advertising practices."
---(uhh, nor does E.G. Smith Press)
*Coors intentionally deleted from list.

VEGAN WINES
“Alcohol," VegSocUK Info Sheet.

OUTSIDE THE US
"Alcohol," VegSocUK Info Sheet.

CIDER
"Cider," VegSocUK Info Sheet.

Chapter 6: Possible Animal Derived
E.G. Smith Collective Research
Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI)
"Personal Care with Principle," National Anti-Vivisection Society, Spring, 1992

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