The Story of the Cow from Four-Legged Co-Worker to Shrink-Wrapped Cutlet.

Food: What to Eat. What Not to Eat.
In War and Peace, Tolstoy's Prince Andrei describes a woman who swoons at the sight of a calf being slaughtered: "She's so kind, she can't bear the sight of blood, but she eats the same calf in sauce with great appetite." This anecdote is really a metaphor for war, but it works just as neatly for, well, meat. ...
... Most of us carnivores are that lady, keeping the steer in the pasture mentally separated from the beef on our forks without too much consideration for how one becomes the other. In the past, this mental distance between the dinner table and ...

Full Story: Well Done, Rare, or Cryovacked; By Sara Dickerman, on Slate.com




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