I just finished this book today. 

I’m still trying to figure out what this book means for my life. Because I know it means something — I can’t read this book and not have it change my life. 

The quote above really resonated with me, for a lot of reasons. We know — we all know — that the way that the meat industry exists today (it’s insane how different things were just 60 years ago…) is wrong. We might not know all of the details. But deep down, we know that something is wrong. That animals suffer. But we push it in the back of our minds — in favor of a few bites. 


And why does asking that question — facing the truth of how this meat gets to our plates — deeply bother so many people? 

If you care about animals, if you care about where your food is coming from, and (as dramatic as this sounds) if you care about the future of this world, this book is a must read. 

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