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  • Anastasia McNabb

    This is an incredible book that will enlighten you and, almost certainly, change the way you eat.

  • Kevin Bird

    Foer also examines the cultural meaning of food, beginning with the experience of his own grandmother, who survived the Holocaust, with a lifelong obsession over food. He builds on and ultimately criticizes the work of Michael Pollan on our relationship to the food we eat. Finally, Foer examines humane agricultural methods, and the divide between animal rights and animal welfare.

  • KT Cragg

    Eating Animals - Jonathan Safran Foer

  • Jonathan Cranfield

    As we are facing the biggest challenge the human race has ever had. We need to rethink our addiction to animal flesh. This is an excellent book exposing the situation in factory farms and also a recipe for curried dog. Thought provoking and an inspiration

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