Brainless chickens and other future delicacies

Non-sentient meat is the key to sustainable factory farming

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“Chicken poultry engraving 1895,” THEPALMER.

Filthy, cruel, and unsustainable

Some say factory farms have gone too far. I say they haven’t gone far enough.

The solution and its benefits

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“Wild Turkey in Mating Display, California” by alacatr.

In vitro / Cultured / Clean meat

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Wild Boar by Avalon_Studio

“S&M pigs”

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“Wild Boar, Wildschwein, with Piglet / Ferkel” by 4FR.

Brainless chickens

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“Wild Turkey in Flight” by KeithSzafranski.

Thoughts on increasing global protein demand

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Photo by fcafotodigital
  1. Only animal protein contains heme-iron, which the guidelines say is especially important for children and pregnant women. (Note: heme-iron supplements exist and could be an alternative for those who don’t want to eat animal meat.)

In the meantime

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“Feather Texture” by Jamesmcq24.

On compassion

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“Girl Holding Her Pet Chicken” by RyanJLane.

Recommended reading (and watching)

The 2018 documentary, Eating Animals, by Christopher Quinn. Intended as an extension to the 2009 book, Eating Animals, by Jonathan Foer.

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Exploring human experience through science and stories. My first book, “Kegels Are Not Going to Fix This,” available now. georgeannsack.com

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