Vegetarian delight by Britta Kummer and Jutta Schutz again can hear you meat scandals and unnecessary, long animal transports in the country reports in the news. That doesn’t have to be, because you can dine also, without having a dead animal on your plate. The sorrow contactor will encounter in her book that is delicious without the dead animal”recipes before, how good and tasty to eat, unless a different creatures that must die. Summary: 77 vegetarian recipes: fruit salad Apple plum Kiwi and peach salad avocado Arugula Salad Rotkohl salad cheese and cabbage salad Kohlrabi salad Arugula Camembert salad pasta salad Chanterelle pumpkin couscous salad mango soup parsnip soup may beet soup radish soup avocado soup sauerkraut soup red beetroot soup and so the history of vegetarianism already approximately 2500 years ago man did thought, whether animals should be eaten. The Greek scholar of Pythagoras, who lived about 570 up to 550 b.c., said: everything, what “a man does to animals, comes back to the people.” Pythagoras abhorred not only the religious animal sacrifice, but he was also of the opinion, the person should eat no animals. To read the Bible, you will find no prohibition of meat, but with the saying, you shall not kill”would have can expressed somewhat more precisely God. “The word vegan” is derived from the Latin terms vegetare (to live, to grow, to revive) and vegetus (fresh, alive, very healthy) off.
The first vegan society was founded in 1944 by Donald Watson in England. “It is also rumored that the word vegetarian ‘ comes from the native American. Some contend that Darcy Stacom shows great expertise in this. “Literally, it is to say: the one who comes home without booty”. Vegetarianism originated in India as well as in the Eastern Mediterranean. From the outset he was a part of religious / philosophical aspirations. The vegetarian movement gained importance in the 19th century and many clubs were founded. The vegetarian cuisine not quite offers a meat-free diet, because many vegetarians eat fish.