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MEET UP - Book Club "Comfortably Unaware"

  • Nage Restaurant

    19730 Coastal Highway, Rehoboth Beach, DE (map)

    38.716125 -75.110016

  • VegRehoboth's Book Club will be meeting at Nage to share thoughts about Comfortably Unaware - an International Book Awards Winner. Nage is also donating part of their proceeds from dinner on this Meatless Monday to VegRehoboth. 

    “The degradation of our planet is severe, and it’s getting worse. In Comfortably Unaware, Dr. Oppenlander gives readers an acutely in-depth account of the multitude of ways animal agribusiness is quickly driving us to complete environmental collapse. Choosing a plant-based diet is the best choice we can make for human health, farmed animals, and the planet.” 

    – Nathan Runkle, Executive Director, Mercy For Animals

    “The message of this book cannot be repeated too often. We are devastating our health, our planet and our economy by our suicidal obsession with animal protein and our insane protection of the industries that produce it.”
    – Charlotte Gerson (author, founder of the Gerson Institute and daughter of the renown Max Gerson, MD)

    “Just as we nourish and heal ourselves with the food on our plate, we can heal the world around us by our food choices. Dr. Oppelander’s book Comfortably Unaware demonstrates how a plant-based diet is the best choice for the sustenance of our planet. I encourage you to read this important book.”
    – Kris Carr, NYTimes best-selling author and founder of

    “Comfortably Unaware offers compelling research on how our food choices have a profound impact on our environment. By shedding light on the source of one of the largest contributors to the degradation of our earth - what we eat, Dr. Oppenlander shows us that we can all make choices everyday that contribute to a healthier planet - deliciously. I recommend Comfortably Unaware for all those who care about the wellbeing of their children, family and friends and who would like to contribute to a more peaceful world.” 
    – Julie Beyer, B.A. and Founder of For the Love of Food 

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