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Tovar Cerulli writes with deep introspection regarding his own relationship with what he eats as well as environment which he lives.
Some passages did feel that way to me, but the book was a good read, with a number of insights and reflections that ring true to my own hunting experiences.
(In the book, and then later in his notes, Cerulli also mentions several other works that will be of interest to his hunting and nonhunting readers.
Tovar Cerulli is a deep and diverse man - and he has tackled a highly volatile subject in his outstanding book THE MINDFUL CARNIVORE. Read morePublished 1 month ago by GEORGE H BRISTOL
To the author: thank you for sharing your experience. I hope that plenty of people read this book and take the mindful part to heart. This book was very enjoyable.Published 4 months ago by jane harlow
(Full review here: [...]) I recommend this book to anyone who has considered giving up meat, or who is considering returning to eating it. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jonathan Spee
I think that everyone should read this book. As a female hunter is Alaska, I have had many of the same struggles: I have no tradition to give thanks, and I lament the loss of life... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Courtney E Bacom
...and I read a lot--I have purchased 4 more of these already to give away! beautiful prose, a solid argument, and impossible to put down.Published 15 months ago by Dr. Carol B. Low
Tovar Cerulli seems like a very thoughtful, articulate person and he's certainly a good writer. However, I had a bit of hard time getting through some sections. Read morePublished 17 months ago by proletariat
I am an open minded, female, Michael Pollan-reading near-vegan and will remain mostly vegan after reading this book. But I am so glad I read this book! Read morePublished 19 months ago by F. Young
What a beautiful and honest book! I loved reading the author's frank and heart-felt discussion of his journey toward veganism, and then his journey away from it toward meat-eating... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Liz Roseman