This is the central subject of the book and is considered a staple of the human diet despite the fact that many cultures, regions, and individuals choose not to partake.
This alternative diet allows for eating milk, cheese, and other animal byproducts, but does not include the eating of animals themselves.
This alternative diet rejects eating animals or animal by-products altogether.
This approach to agriculture involves small, independent operations that are owned by people involved in the day-to-day functions of the farm.
This approach to agriculture was unwittingly introduced by Celia Steele in 1923 when she received an over-order of baby chicks that she then raised.
The author criticizes this regulatory agency, as the agency is both in charge of regulation but also of promotion and support of the agricultural industry.
This organization collaborated with the author in publishing...
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