Take your dairy-free education to the next level by picking up one of these dairy-free books. Learn what really goes on behind the closed factory doors of the modern dairy industry, and discover why humans started drinking milk from another species in the first place. We recommend the following:
Milk! A 10,000-Year Food Fracas
By Mark Kurlansky
Who was the first human to look at a goat and think, “Hm, I’m thirsty … wonder if she’s still lactating?” This global food history book tells the tale that led to the behemoth dairy industry today.
The Cheese Trap: How Breaking a Surprising Addiction Will Help You Lose Weight, Gain Energy, and Get Healthy
By Dr. Neal Barnard
It turns out, people really are addicted to cheese. Dr. Barnard presents the opioid effect cheese has on the human body. Learn why it happens and how to break free of this common addiction.
Cash Cow: Ten Myths About the Dairy Industry
By: Élise Desaulniers
Who really benefits from the dairy industry? It’s not small farmers, and it’s not the public. Desaulniers uncovers the truth behind the fabricated story the dairy industry has been telling the public for decades.
30 Minute Vegan Dinners
By: Megan Sadd
Brought to you by the woman behind the popular plant-based blog, Carrots and Flowers, this is an essential cookbook for all who eat dairy-free. These meals are fast, affordable, nutritious, and above all, delicious. Favorites include Dynamite Sushi, Truffle ‘Cheese’ Sauce, Old Fashioned Chickpeas and Dumplings, and more.
Healthy at Last: A Plant-Based Approach to Preventing and Reversing Diabetes and Chronic Illnesses
By: Eric Adams
Penned by the public health hero, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, this work is aimed at tackling the prevalence of preventable disease in African American communities. Learn more about Adams’ own struggle with diabetes and how he overcame the odds by listening to his episode on the Switch4Good podcast.