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Response to ErikJ (Original post)

Tue Sep 30, 2014, 07:05 PM

7. I think omnivores can make small changes that can help

The unfortunate thing is is not everyone has access and/or enough money to make these changes, but choosing non-feedlot meat and having more meatless meals is a good place to start. Not everyone cares about how the animal on their plate lived, but most people care about safe, nutritious and tasty food; pushing these aspects of humanely-raised meat and meatless meals might reach more ears. Maybe. I mean, I'm a hard-core foodatarian and the phrase vegan food puts even me off a bit - I don't immediately realize some of my favorite foods are indeed vegan (falafel, hummus, dolmas, etc) or vegetarian (too many to list) - it makes me think of bland, gluteny things and I know better! Most people take (understandably) food personally, and the thought of removing a favorite item can seem too invasive. Just some random thoughts while I wait for traffic to clear.

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