Sister Vegetarian Speaking Appearances!!!



Purchase Sister Vegetarian's 31 Days Book at these locations:

http://www.amazon.com/
http://www.lanternbooks.com/
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/
Ask your local book store to order it for you or carry the book!

National Magazines, Radio Shows and Speaking Engagements:

My book Sister Vegetarian’s 31 Days of Drama-Free Living: Exercises and Recipes for a Healthy Mind, Body, and Spirit (Lantern Books) made Veg News Annual top 12 book list for 2012.

Thank you everyone for your support of making my book within Veg News top 12 book list for 2012. Thank you also for helping to keep the healthy revolution alive, moving, and touching many lives going forward :) Link here at Veg News for reviews of the top 12 books :) Thank you :)

I am in Veg News Magazine's March/April 2012 Issue on Page 90!!!! A wonderful review is given of my book Sister Vegetarian's 31 Days of Drama-Free Living! To find out where and when you can purchase your Veg News March/April issue, Link here to the international and award winning vegan magazine which is available in 38 countries!

May 27, 2012 - Speaker at the New York City Veggie Pride Parade. Link here for details.

Link here for my 2/29/12 Progressive Radio Interview on the station's show "It's All About Food" with the show's host Caryn Hartglass.

I spoke at the 10/9/11 Baltimore, MD/DC Area 1st Annual VegFest sponsored by Open The Cage Alliance (click here for official VegFest Website of speakers and entertainment). My "Victory" speech can be viewed on You Tube (click here for speech video)

Other speaking engagements included the Oct 27-29 DC event for Farm Sanctuary's National Conference to End Factory Farming where I will spoke on Day 3 (Oct 29) at on the Plant Based Living Panel:Diet As A Tool For Change. I was joined on the panel by NY Times best- selling author and nutritional researcher Joel Fuhrman, M.D. Link here for my speech in transcript form.


Sister's Vegetarian's Book Information

* More Sister Vegetarian Book News!

2013

Lantern Books has come up with a new e-book entitled "Recipes for the Vegan Table: A Lantern Sampler." One of the recipes from my book Sister Vegetarian is listed along with a recipe from vegetarian Sir Paul McCarthy...you know him as a Beatles member :-)

Here's the information about the book and the link to download the book and recipes:

" Recipes for the Vegan Table: A Lantern Sampler by Carol J.... Adams, Donna Beaudoin, Patti Breitman, Kate Jacoby, Brian McCarthy, Paul McCartney, Kumuda Reddy .....

With so many cookbooks out there, what's a vegan—or aspiring vegan—to do? Lantern Books has the ideal menu: Start with a flavorful appetizer from famously longtime vegetarian Sir Paul McCartney, continue with a mouthwatering entrĂ©e from The Sexual Politics of Meat author Carol J. Adams or "Sister Vegetarian" Donna Beaudoin, add a scrumptious side from Chef Brian P. McCarthy or Ayurvedic practitioner Dr. Kumuda Reddy, and finish up with a delectab...le dessert from Kate Jacoby, co-owner and pastry chef of the cutting-edge Philadelphia restaurant Vedge. All of the recipes in this sampler are healthy, tasty, and easy to make, ensuring that your meal will be both cruelty-free and delicious. So draw a chair up to the table and find out what the joy of vegan cooking is really about!(less)"

Purchase at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BP10K4O

Black Expressions Book Club
(http://www.blackexpressions.com/)
made Sister Vegetarian's 31 Days of Drama-Free Living their alternate book selection in March 2012!

What a joy to know that I have become a part of your family through this book which acts as your daily guide, daily inspirational and motivational tool. To conquer challenges in all aspects of your life. To encourage you to be encouraged that the sun shines even when the clouds are gray, and that joy always comes in the morning if you should falter and trip along your vegetarian or vegan journey! It's okay to be you. Be yourself, and you shall not fail in this beautiful life-long vegetarian or vegan journey. Remember, it's a lifestyle, not a temporary diet or a temporary solution. It is a part of you as you heal yourself, heal the environment, and save animals. Do you ask yourself, what have you done for me lately when you are always helping others and forget about your well-being? Then, pick up a copy of Sister Vegetarian's 31 Days of Drama-Free Vegetarian and Vegan Living today, and let your mind be blown to the endless possibilities of what a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle can do for you! ~ Donna M Beaudoin "Sister Vegetarian"

Disclaimer: Sister Vegetarian is a blog based on my vegetarian and vegan experiences and journey as well as others' experiences. I am not a medical, nutritionist, or exercise specialist; so, please consult your physician before starting any vegetarian and vegan lifestyle and exercise program.



Monday, December 12, 2011

Tips to transition before the start of Sister Vegetarian's Virtual Vegetarian and Vegan Classes

I will need to postpone the start the virtual vegetarian and vegan classes on Sister Vegetarian's You Tube Channel to January.

here are some helpful tips and links to get you started as you await the virtual classes on Sister Vegetarian's You Tube Channel.

YOUR DAILY GUIDE:
In addition, remember my book Sister Vegetarian's 31 days of Drama-Free Living is available now and can start you on a 31 days guide to leading a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle!



AVAILABLE NOW!!!



Order your copy now of Sister Vegetarian's 31 Days of Drama-Free Living via Amazon.com , http://www.lanternbooks.com/, or http://www.barnesandnoble.com/ for delivery by Dec 24th!



Let this daily guide that leads you through 31 days of transitioning to a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle start you off to a new year for 2012!!!!

Let this daily guide that leads you through 31 days of transitioning to a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle start you off to a new year for 2012!!!!


INSPIRATION:
For inspiration, here's a family of vegetarians at 31st century Vegetarian. The two children are in their mid 20s and were raised as vegetarians in the womb: http://www.21stcenturyvegetarians.com/theusfam.html

PROTEIN FACTS:

Here's some facts on protein that vegetarians and vegans get the protein we need, but meat eaters get too much protein which causes cancer and other diseases. As posted on my blog:
Sister V's Tuesday Quick Tip of The Day: Only 6% of total daily calories are needed from protein (Posted: 04 Oct 2011 02:45 AM PDT at SisterVegetarian.blogspot.com)

Tired of the question where does your protein come from or do vegetarians/vegans receive enough protein?As vegetarians or vegans, we receive all the protein we need by living a plant based diet. Yes, this debunks the myth that vegetarians and vegans do not receive a sufficient daily intake of protein!Studies indicate that for survival, humans need only 6% of our total daily calories from protein. Men only need 30-60 grams of protein per day, and women need only 25-50 grams of protein a day. Vegetarians and Vegans do meet this level. Studies illustrate that most Americans who eat meat receive far above this level with a protein intake of 100 -120 grams of protein a day.Too much protein as from an animal based diet where the protein is acidic, and draws calcium from our bones can cause the onset of many illnesses an diseases. Meat based protein draws calcium from our bodies because our body is trying to maintain an alkaline environment. The best type of protein is plant based. Plant based protein is alkaline just as our body content is alkaline. This means that plant based protein does not draw the calcium from our bones as animal protein does to alkaline our bodies. Calcium is needed in the proper flow of blood to supply our cells with oxygen, and proper contraction of muscles such as the heart muscle.A plant based diet also supplies us with antioxidants in addition to the best type of protein for our bodies. What a WIN-WIN lifestyle!

Source:
Diet for A New America John Robbins
Living Vegan For Dummies, Alexandra Jamieson, CHHC, AADP

~ Sister Vegetarian

BUDGET COOKING:
$25 and wks of groceries:
(posted on SisterVegetarian.blogspot.com Friday, September 23, 2011)

Sister's Quick Friday Tip of The Day: GET INSPIRED AND COOK LIKE A CHEF!! Get inspired! Your local farmers market can provide creative, quick, and inexpensive meals that looks like a professional chef just prepared your family's meal.

Below is a recap some of the vegan meals that I prepared from my Farmer's Market shopping trip, and blog post of
$25 and 2 weeks of Farmer's Market produce.

Check out my recipe page at Sister V's Recipe Page to prepare these quick meals in your home.
1.
Heirloom Tomatoes diced on crusty Italian bread with fresh parley , garlic, and olive oil
2. Sweet Potato Tortilla Wrap with Blue Corn Chips
3.
Butternut Squash-Pear Soup with crusty Italian bread drizzled with olive oil 4. Vegan Heirloom Pizza and Vegan Home-made Pizza Crust with a side dipping of pasta sauce

Ordering in restaurants:
How to order vegetarian or vegan in a non-vegetarian/vegan restaurant People always ask me how do you order vegetarian or vegan in a non-vegetarian/vegan restaurant. If you live in the Deep South as I do, many vegetarians or vegans do not always have the luxury of living in a city with an abundance of vegetarian and vegan restaurants as the northern US cities or the west coast; or, with the holidays approaching, there will be many holiday lunches, dinners, and events with work colleagues, friends, and family who are not vegetarians and/or vegans. What about work lunchtime meetings? I often encounter lunches at work where I must adjust the menu as the only vegan (let alone member of the vegetarian family) in my department.If a mainstream restaurant does offer a vegetarian menu, the menu will more than likely be vegetarian and not vegan focused. Do not let this hinder you. Some of the vegetarian options may be vegan, or can easily be made vegan.First, if possible, call the restaurant ahead of time to see if they offer a vegetarian menu. Some restaurants offer a vegetarian menu that may not be handed out upon being seated at the table, but they do offer a vegetarian menu if asked. Many of these restaurants will also have the vegetarian menu as a downloadable menu on their website apart from the regular menu, so you can prepare yourself ahead of time in this manner. If a downloadable vegetarian menu is available apart from the regular menu, this may require for you to do a Google search or a search within their website.Secondly, if a vegetarian menu is not offered, I do not settle for a salad. Everyone insists that salads are all what vegetarians or vegans eat. As we know, this is a myth that we plan to dispel when we order at restaurants with friends, co-workers, and family (smile). At the restaurant or before by checking out their mainstream menu online, I see what type of meal can easily have the meat-poultry-fish-dairy taken away to make it vegan (or, vegetarian if you are a vegetarian). Many options on the menu can easily have the non-vegetarian/non-vegan ingredients taken away that will not cause the chef too much of a headache (smile). Sometimes, only one ingredient may need to be taken away such as in a pasta dish with chicken and marinated vegetables in olive oil/garlic. You take out the chicken and the chef prepares the dish as pasta and marinated vegetables in olive oil and garlic. Another example is that I ordered a hot panini Mozzarella and tomato/roasted peppers sandwich from a cafe for a work lunch meeting, and asked the cafe to take out the mozzarella for a hot tomato and roasted red peppers panini sandwich. It was delicious as a tomato and roasted pepper grilled sandwich! I called the cafe ahead of time to make sure that this substitution could be done before the entire office ordering process, and the employee was delighted to fulfill my request.I hope these tidbits help get the drama out of eating out at non-vegetarian /non-vegan restaurants. Relax. Smile. Take a deep breath and enjoy the holidays at restaurants


HOW YOU ARE HELPING THE ENVIRONMENT:

It Takes to produce 1 pound
23 gallons of water lettuce
25 gallons of water wheat
49 gallons of water apples
815 gallons of water chicken
1630 gallons of water pork
5214 gallons of water beef

` Sister Vegetarian


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