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Eating Animals

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Eating Animals is a powerful book that explores the kinds of foods we eat and why. Although the focus of the book is on meat, it is not, in the author's own words, ‘a straight-forward case for vegetarianism'.
 Rather, it is a call for everyone to consider the environmental, ethical and social implications of modern farming methods.

Safran Foer's investigations into where meat comes from includes persuasive arguments for and against eating animals, including the views of a wide range of stakeholders in the industry, including farmers, slaughterers, consumers and animal rights activists. Although Safran Foer draws his own conclusions about the morality of meat consumption, ultimately it is a call for readers to become more conscious consumers.

Eating Animals transcends straight reportage and evolves as a story about where food fits in to our families and cultures. Although harrowing in places, Eating Animals is a surprisingly beautiful read. Safran Foer's considerable skill as a novellist results in a book that is utterly compelling; every sentence is finely honed and devastating.


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  • 1 Oct 2014
    This happened on Tuesday in W.A, I have to wonder why the 'man' responsible has not been named?? Dog 'dragged behind car at speeds of up to 70kph', man faces animal cruelty charges People wanting to donate towards Hercules' treatment can do so via phone, in person or via bank transfer: BSB: 086518 Account no: 130211164 Name: Karratha Veterinary Hospital A 35-year-old man has been charged after he was allegedly seen dragging his dog behind his vehicle while reaching speeds of up to 70km/h. Between 2.30pm and 3pm on Tuesday, police say the man pulled the dog behind his vehicle through the s...
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