The study said that radically reducing beef and mutton consumption is “unavoidable” if Europeans are serious about emission reduction.
The bottom line is that the availability of meat correlates with high obesity rates.
The plant-based product made its supermarket grand debut yesterday at a branch of Whole Foods in Boulder and sold out in an hour.
As any aspiring televangelist will tell you, strongly held beliefs may be well and good, but forcing those convictions on the uninitiated and unwilling masses is just that much sweeter.
Perhaps its time to lay down the industrial-sized bags of honey-butter chips and jump into some bathtubs full of bo ssam. I know I would.
Human meat-consumption demands are so high that methane from cow farts is destroying the atmosphere and setting barns ablaze. Cow flatulence is more detrimental than cars or carbon dioxide. One scientist thinks vegetarianism is the only way to reduce...