Silverstone makes a compelling argument to encourage readers to switch to an organic (whenever possible), plant-based diet, rich in whole grains, sea vegetables, and foods many Americans have never tasted, like dikon, shoyu, and lotus root.
Included in the book are 100 delicious-sounding recipes, including desserts, to prove that eating vegetarian "is not about eating grass and cardboard," says Silverstone.
White sugar, processed foods, coffee, alcohol, animal products, and anything artificial -- including sweeteners -- are off limits. Even natural sugars like agave should be consumed in small quantities, according to the diet.
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