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I've read many books on the subject of factory farms, our health, and the food we eat.
I think all people should read this book, not to convince them to become vegetarian, but because we all should be making informed decisions about what we do in life.
Jonathan Safran Foer has a great writing style which makes this book an easy and enjoyable read.
This booked changed the way I eat. I'm a vegetarian, and wool be transitioning to a vegan diet within the coming weeks.Published 18 hours ago by Robert Turlington
I absolutely loved this book. It is well written & gives a transparent view into our current food systems. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Geovanna T.
I felt he came across as a little preachy but he had interesting points. I will not be a vegetarian any time soon but my resolve to source local, sustainable, and humane products... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Anne
when I saw the book online and purchased it, it was told that it is new, but when I received it, I found that it wasn't really brand new and looked used,,
Just wanted you to... Read more
So creatively written and compelling. I read this book super fast and couldn't put it down,
I'm never eating meat again.
This book really explains how terrible factory farms are today. You will choose other alternative ways of eating once you learn of the harm eating factory farm animals does not... Read morePublished 20 days ago by D. Milber
Still reading this book. However, I am so impressed by the writer's ability to present the complexities of our decision-making when it comes to food. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Reynolds Morrison
I cannot recommend this book, whether you're a meat-lover or a vegan. I'm a vegetarian who considered myself fairly well-informed on the issues discussed in this book, and I... Read morePublished 26 days ago by TKC
This book made a lasting impact on me. I started eating less meat. And when I eat meat, I make sure it comes from a local, organic, cruelty-free farm. Read morePublished 26 days ago by MookieL