Posts Tagged ‘vegetarian’

Dog is the new cow

Barbecues are an important summer tradition for many. But Barbecues ain’t cheap. What if there was an alternative to dropping $45 on a steak, and this alternative was free? There is. His name is Fido. He’s probably running around your backyard at this very moment, tail wagging, tongue flopping. Locally sourced, ethically raised and free…

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Letter to the editor

RE: “Beneath the hype” The only downside to a vegetarian diet is that you can’t be ignorant; you have to have a basic idea of what you’re putting in your body. You need to eat a somewhat balanced diet. Even without fortified milk, if you eat dairy products and eggs you’ll be well over the…

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Beneath the hype

Vertemnus by Giuseppe Arcimboldo, 1591

The downside to a vegetarian diet It seems you can’t go a day anymore without hearing the benefits of vegetarianism. Lose weight! Feel healthier! Save the environment! The propaganda is endless, and it’s convincing too. So convincing, in fact, that I was lured into the trend about a year and a half ago. Though my…

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