Feeding the Hungry Ghost: Life, Faith, and What to Eat for Dinner A A Satisfying Diet for Unsatisfying Times

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New World Library
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5.5 X 0.8 X 8.4 inches | 0.7 pounds
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About the Author

Ellen Kanner is an award-winning food writer, "Huggington Post"'s Meatless Monday blogger, and the syndicated columnist the Edgy Veggie. Her work has been published in "Bon Appetit, Eating Well, Vegetarian Times, Every Day with Rachael Ray, " and "Culinate, " as well as other online and print publications. An advocate for sustainable, accessible food, she has served on the Miami boards of Slow Food and Common Threads. She lives in Miami.


"Just what it takes, on and off the plate, to enjoy a richer life today." -- Mireille Guiliano, author of "French Women Don't Get Fat"
"Ellen Kanner goes far beyond the physiological function of food in this charming book. Fun, well written, and full of information, it is an ode to veganism and a new way of connecting with the seasons."
-- Jacques Pepin, author of "Essential Pepin"

"As an ardent carnivore, not to mention global grilling fanatic, I picked up this ode to vegan joy with skepticism. Imagine my surprise to be rewarded with a thoughtful meditation on cooking with conscience, mindful eating, community connection, and some really good, 100 percent animal-free food. In the best culinary memoir tradition, Ellen Kanner turns her kitchen into an observatory of the human condition. 'Change what you eat, then change your life, then change the world, ' she writes in her introduction. With "Feeding the Hungry Ghost", she already has."
-- Steven Raichlen, author of "The Barbecue Bible"

"A mindful, meatless, and irreverent recipe for a reverent life, "Feeding the Hungry Ghost" is a delicious read."
-- Marisa Miller Wolfson, director of "Vegucated"

"Ellen Kanner warms the spirit with her witty meditations on food and its place in friendship, family, and culture, accompanied by delectable fare that's more than the sum of its plant-strong ingredients. "Feeding the Hungry Ghost" encapsulates all that goes into a truly nourished life."
-- Nava Atlas, author of "Wild about Greens"