‘For those Jews positively inclined to consider a vegan diet, reading Schwartz’s book is like having a personal mentor.
Throughout his long career, Dr. Richard Schwartz must certainly have been called a zealot and a fanatic. He has spent the past 40-plus years connecting veganism, the practice of eschewing all forms of animal-based foods in one’s diet, with the values of Judaism.
In a blurb on the back cover of Vegan Revolution: Saving Our World, Revitalizing Judaism, author Lewis Regenstein calls Schwartz, “the world’s greatest living authority on the teachings of Judaism on protecting animals and nature.”
Click here to read the full story by Rivkah Lambert Adler for the Jerusalem Post.’