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|We took the animal to an old guy who'd been killing and butchering pigs for years|
, and within minutes of our arrival ... Over the years I've accumulated some other
serious meat-based memories: my THE LABEL TRANSLATOR The package is
talking. ... MOST AMERICANS BORN IN THE mid-20th century grew up like I did,
eating as if they were about to run out of cows, ... And I became more conscious,
not only about whether the fish I bought had been caught in the wild, but whether
|It is noteworthy that the increase is confined to carcinoma; sarcoma is not |
seriously on the increase. ... population, particularly in the epoch following the
introduction of free trade into this country, which took place over half a century
ago. ... As soon as the human being earns his livelihood he begins to eat too ...
Nevertheless, Laumonier feels that results drawn from an exclusive meat diet
given to fowls wh;ch, although not exclusively granivorous, are less omnivorous
than we, cannot ...
|870 cusses are only condemned when there is emaciation or when the lesions |
are so large, active or dissemlnflted as to affect the ... to be clearly injurious to
consumers, we go somewhat farther 111 this country and condemn much meat
which is not ... for we find parasites, some of which are transmissible directly to
man through the meat eaten as food, while others are ... Owing to the fact that
Americans are in the habit of cooking or curing pork quite thoroughly before
consuming it. the ...
|I wasn't surprised when it didn't last very long because it just wasn't her cup of tea|
. ... nails with her index finger nails, a nervous habit, the performance of which
fluctuated proportionately with her levels of frustration and discontentment. ...
They were born before the beginning of time and will always be there. ... Were we
presumed to be a community of agnostics? ... Specifically, we did not eat meat on
Fridays which caused me great unhappiness since I was a tried and true
|Rousseau said that one proof that the taste of meat is not natural to the human |
palate is the indifference which children have for that ... Lord Monboddo: “By
nature, it appears to me, man is a frugivorous animal, and becomes an animal of
prey only by acquired habit. ... Plutarch wrote: “That it is not natural to mankind to
feed on flesh, we first of all demonstrate ... yourself were born to an inclination to
such food as now you have a mind to eat, do you yourself then kill what you
would eat, ...
|Meat-eating Europeans do not, at first, obtain much satisfaction from Japanese |
dishes ; as a matter of fact, they ... After a Japanese dinner you have
simultaneously a feeling of fulness and a feeling of having eaten nothing that will
do you any good. ... it— no ! The Japanese, doubtless, being to the manner born,
prefer their own rice and other dishes for a continuance. ... We were informed that
the consideration which chiefly influenced the adoption on a larger scale of meat-
eating in the ...
|We have only 3,600 centenarians in a population of 90,000,000; whereas, if we |
were as healthy as the Hungarians, we should ... us so far away from our natural
environment and habits of life that race decay and ultimate extinction are
inevitable unless a radical reform can be secured. ... Cancer is unknown in
Central Africa, where the natives eat little or no meat. ... the average length of life
has increased, the expectancy of life after forty has diminished greatly within the
last thirty years.
|Suddenly I saw us for what we were: No longer sharp young go-getters but |
complacent yuppies (who actually live quite modestly ... As a young editor at
Indianapolis Monthly, I took on meat-eating assignments with zeal. ... I visited the
site just days after my decision, partly to learn more about what I was in for and
partly to strengthen my resolve, but all I .... As strong as my own convictions are, I
don't want to become the born-again zealot who's found salvation and wants
everyone else ...
|In passing through Germany, in the year 1829, we heard of an extraordinary |
being who had just "come into the world," as ... he held out, addressed to the
Captain of a squadron of cavalry, gave no information except that he was born in
1812, and ... a few unmeaning words were all that he could utter; and he pointed,
with marks of exhaustion, to his blistered feet Meat, .... he had begun to eat meat"
Professor Daumer, in his notes, observes — "After he had learned regularly to eat
|"We're living as if it's going to go on forever, knowing at any moment it could fall |
apart. ... They've been married eleven years, but they tell people, "Just four,"
because business trips keep them apart for nearly ... As they continue to keep up
with the demands of two careers, they eat a lot of meals alone, and they don't
have a lot of sex. ... "In fact, a real sign in therapy that they're getting closer is
when they merge their bank accounts," she says. ..... In 1983, their daughter,
Alison, was born.