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Reviewed by Courtnee Turner Hoyle for Readers' Favorite
After a personal decision to do her part by significantly reducing animal-based choices, Cat White wrote about her feelings on veganism in her book, The Imperfect Vegan. White details the reason for her "mostly vegan" approach, citing statistics on climate change. Expressed in three parts, the author exposes the ill effects and exploitation within the animal industry, helps relieve some stressors and complaints involved with converting to veganism, and issues a call to action with a list of resources.
Cat White's book is filled with eye-opening evidence and a powerfully convincing argument! She dispenses an array of useful information informally, without putting too much pressure on readers. White delivers the facts she has researched and encourages readers to become "imperfect vegans", people who make conscious decisions to lower the damage they contribute to the planet's climate. The author professes she is not an "animal lover", but she raises concerns about the treatment of animals and the effects cattle farming has on the environment. White covers some taboo topics, like slaughterhouses and the results society and the media have on meat-based decisions, and she addresses each vitamin and mineral associated with meat consumption while proposing an equally—if not better—source in plants. She hopes to inspire scores of people to contribute to the effort, reducing the current generation's impact on the environment. I'm just one step away from veganism, and this book motivated me to join her cause! Readers who are ready to reduce their impact on the developing climate crisis will enjoy The Imperfect Vegan.