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August 06, 2008


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Thanks for the great review! I've just ordered a copy.

I became very interested in this topic myself after reading "Omnivore's Dilemma," "Animal, Vegetable, Miracle," and then a few of Salatin's books such as "Salad Bar Beef." They aren't cookbooks but they shed light on issues like the treatment of animals and (in the case of Kingsolver's book) livestock species becoming endangered or extinct because they aren't useful for factory farming.

If you want more information on where to buy humanely produced meat from a farm or ranch near you, check out http://eatwild.com.

If you'd like to see a story of a couple who took this to heart and left Silicon Valley to start humanely raising animals, see http://cookingupastory.com/show/raised-on-grass-pastured-fed-animals/ .

Thanks again for the pointer to the "River Cottage Meat Book!"

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