It’s time for serious pushback on the ongoing narrative that raising livestock and eating meat is why the world faces environmental and public health problems — and it starts with producers.
Giving up meat and embracing vegetarianism is supposed to turn its followers into enlightened, evolved beings ‚Äî unfortunately, their comments about meat-eating are anything but.
If more proof were needed that veganism is primarily a feel-better guilt eraser for a small slice of affluent folks in the U.S. and Europe, that evidence has arrived. And just in time for the holidays!
A Washington state representative is accused of being actively involved with extremist groups advocating armed resistance against the federal government.
Finally — a bright idea for a mealtime recipe that sounds good, looks appetizing and actually delivers what all seasonal recipes promise: Taste, nutrition and ease of preparation.
It۪s bad enough wading through rhetorical swamps teeming with PR-ese written by animal activist screechers. But since when did the mainstream media become their press agents?
The animal foods industry gets lot of publicity, to the point that the end products ‚Äî and those who produce them ‚Äî are never far removed from the news cycle. But is that a good thing?
Sure, you can believe that wolfing down an Impossible Burger is the ticket to saving the world from climate disaster. Or, you could recognize there are far better ways to achieve that goal.