If you’re uncomfortable with animal farming, but are unwilling to adopt the vegan lifestyle, you don’t need to stop eating meat. You just need to eat better meat.
Our products and our livelihood are being demonized by half truths and outright lies from people who share a desire to destroy beef.
What Burger King and other franchises should do instead of carrying Impossible Foods paddies, is to insist that each region source at least 10% of their meats locally and via ecologically restorative production.
If you miss the taste of meat, Impossible Foods invites you to meet their definition of “meat” — their designer burgers made from genetically modified soy containing 110 times more glyphosate (herbicide) than is needed to damage gut bacteria. While you may be tempted to try this newest food fad, don’t believe the hype.
Thinking about veganism often conjures images of hipsters hammering down granola, smashed avo and tofu or militant twentysomethings getting angry at cattle farmers – but the origins of veganism in western culture are actually far more sordid.
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