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Article About Eating Pets

From: Don R.
Sent on: Wednesday, November 4, 2009 7:52 AM
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Here's an dissenting article written by an omnivorous chef in response to the popular new pro-veg book "Eating Animals". Readers' comments have been mostly supportive of the chef, who portrays himself as an unrepentant dog eater. Perhaps you'd like to respond with a polite message.

Peace, Don Robertson

By Jonathan Kauffman in Food MediaTuesday, Nov. 3 2009
As part of the book-release promotion for Eating Animals, his new pro-vegetarian polemic, this Saturday Jonathan Safran Foer published an essay in the Wall Street Journal, the premise of which he's repeated on NPR and other media outlets: If we believe in eating meat, he asks, why do we eat some species and not others? More specifically, why do we find dog-eating taboo? See full article at:
http://blogs.seattleweekly.com/voracious/2009/11/on_jonathan_safran_foers_modes.php

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