December 22, 2011 | By | Reply More

In the December issue of The Atlantic, three ex-vegetarians explain their conversion:

Concerns about health, the environment, and ethical eating do not require giving up meat. What they do require is a new ethics of eating animals: one rooted in moderation, mindfulness, and respect.

As you might expect, vegetarians and ex-vegetarians are having an intense discussion in the comments following this article.


Category: Food, Sustainable Living

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