Think! Eat! Act!: A Sea Shepherd Chef's Vegan Recipes by Raffaella Tolicetti

Think! Eat! Act!: A Sea Shepherd Chef's Vegan Recipes

byRaffaella Tolicetti

Paperback | July 1, 2014

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Think! Eat! Act! is a cookbook featuring the vegan food prepared on the Sea Shepherd ships' anti-whaling campaigns. Inspired by the Sea Shepherd's goal of protecting the animals that are victims of human cruelty, author and onboard chef Raffaella Tolicetti uses delicious vegan food to show readers that every action has a consequence, and that you can live both well and compassionately, even while facing the challenges of being an activist living on a ship. The recipes are mixed in with information about vegan nutrition and ocean activism and interviews about being on the front lines of animal defense, getting vegan food in prison, and more!

About The Author

After a degree in political science in Rome, Raffaella Tolicetti joined Sea Shepherd as a vegan cook in July 2010. Since then she has participated in three Antarctica anti-whaling campaigns, one Faroe campaign against the grind of pilot whales and one bluefin tuna defense campaign in the Mediterranean. She has been chief cook on board ...

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Title:Think! Eat! Act!: A Sea Shepherd Chef's Vegan RecipesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 8.93 × 6.11 × 0.44 inPublished:July 1, 2014Publisher:Microcosm PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1621066665

ISBN - 13:9781621066668

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"A few years ago, after finishing to read a book about Sea Shepherd, I became vegetarian as soon as I had turned the last page. A few months later I met Raffa, and I happily succumbed to veganism...Her compassionate philosophy is contagious and I wished I had encountered it earlier." —Sylvie Guillem, French etoile ballet dancer