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I actually want. I know reading more would make me a better,
um everything, but it's a total chore to me.
AND IT'S FUNNY! From chuckles to belly-laughs, LOLs to ROTFLs, I was always excited to start a new paragraph and to turn to a new page to see what witty morsel she had for me next. I also didn't know what was going to be on that next page. Was it more text? A chart? An infographic? I didn't know! And I really enjoyed the infographics (surprise, surprise...I like the pictures). I couldn't stop reading. Me. Reading.
While writing this, however, I had to stop and consult The Wife to ask whether what I was saying here was complementary or not. I thought that perhaps it sounded like I was describing How to Be Vegan as a simple book for dumb guys who don't read. I want to make sure you know that this is not the case. I'm saying it's a book that holds the attention of a guy who is as tortured by reading as he would be if you made him simultaneously wash baby bottles, make the bed AND fold the tiny baby laundry, while at the same time attending a 1st birthday party for one of the kids from his wife's Mommy and Me class. I mean, I imagine these are activities some hypothetical guy would see as torture - interestingly, they happen to be all of my favorite things. What I am saying about the book is that it's smart, funny, and informative...and I kept wanting more.
Want to know where to start your vegan journey? Consult the Basics chapter. About to take a trip, and worried about what you're going to eat? Flip to the Travel chapter. Ready to expand your veganism beyond the plate? Turn to the Vegan at Home: Clean Livin' chapter. You don't have to take it in all at once. You can explore it at your own pace. That's why this is THE BOOK to get for anyone who might be interested in dabbling in the vegan lifestyle. It will undoubtably turn their dabble into a full-on, um, whatever a dabble turns into when it goes beyond a dabble. See, I bet if I read more I'd know the word for that.