Meat : The Story Behind Our Greatest Addiction

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 3/28/2015
  • Publisher: Pgw

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Can killing an animal ever be moral? Why don't Westerners eat dogs? Would you eat meat made from recycled poo? Whether die-hard vegetarian or voracious carnivore, meat is an integral part of everyone's lives. In Meat, the first cultural and scientific history of the instrumental role played by meat in human society, leading researcher and science writer Brian J. Ford traces the astonishingly rich story of the food like no other.

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