Issues

All ingredients are not equal, or anonymous. In this section I will explain why it’s important to know where your pork comes from, and why certain fish should be left in the ocean, and what to look for if you’re buying free range eggs from a supermarket. We’ll discuss the politics of the farmer’s market, pasteurization, supporting local and anything else that comes up in our conversations together.

All the issues

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  2. Shaoyu
    Shaoyu
    June 20, 2012 at 4:59 am | | Reply

    Hi, Angela,
    I have been following your blog for while. I like your way of thinking and attitudes as I am also feel that animals have perfectly same “humane” right as us humans, they can not suffer in any way and manner, at least not caused by humans greediness! The animals (of course some higher animals) have cortex in their brains which are similar in humans. The fact that they cannot speak does not mean that they are not suffering! Instead they are suffering more due to that they cannot express these sufferings! Human can!

    I strongly support you and your course in this regard.

    Shaoyu

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