Vincent Guihan

Vincent Guihan

Vincent Guihan is a vegan, an activist, a writer and performed playwright, a blogger and cultural critic, a long-time cook and lifelong eater. When he is not busy pursuing culinary excellence, he holds down a day job, educates people about abolitionist veganism, socialism, egalitarianism and other social justice movements, and plays with his cats. He is a director of AnimalEmancipation, a Canadian NGO devoted to promoting nonviolence, veganism, animal rights and human/nonhuman animal solidarity, as well as a PhD. candidate in the Cultural Mediations program at the Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Arts and Culture at Carleton University. His work addresses representations of animals as persons in contemporary literature and literary theory with a focus on the contemporary Canadian novel.


New American Vegan

SKU: 9781604860795
Editors: Vincent Guihan
Publisher: PM Press / Tofu Hound Press
ISBN: 9781604860795
Published: 10/2011
Format: Paperback, mobi, ePub, PDF
Size: 7 x 10
Page count: 240
Subjects: Vegan, Cookbooks



Praise

“Guihan has a knack for infusing bold and fiery seasonings into fresh produce and vegan pantry staples–creating inventive, novel recipes that will inspire and excite the vegan home cook.” –Dreena Burton, author of Eat, Drink & Be Vegan

“Vincent shows people that being a gourmand can happen in 30 minutes, and at all skill levels. This book will have you running to your kitchen to try things out.” –Dino Sarma, author of Alternative Vegan: International Vegan Fare Straight from the Produce Aisle


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