Alternative meat is having a moment. Real meat may be done sooner thank you think. - https://mashable.com/article/impossible-beyond-meat-coronavirus/ dirty meat: "full of antibiotics and covered in fecal matter". sure you want to eat it...?
If you can't fix it, you don't own it.
- Is better than recycling
- Saves you money
- Teaches engineering
- Saves the planet
I just realized that you don't have to go fully #Vegetarian or #Vegan to boycott the industries. I'm not (yet?) willing to give up meat and eggs, but I just realized I'm fine with replacing milk, beef, and possibly pork. Sure poor chickens still get to suffer under me, but that's at least two major industries that I could boycott anyways 🤔
"The Game Changers" Masculinity and meat
Watched "The Game Changers" yesterday. It's a documentary promoting a #vegan lifestyle. My personal opinion: It is pretty clever. Its main audience is men who believe that eating meat is "manly" and it challenges a lot of what men are being told when it comes to diets. Thinking about it I get the feeling that it fully understands the role toxic masculinity plays here and carefully lures those folks subject to it in. Small steps at a time.
@dan has handed off donteatanimals.org to me.
The instance is now hosted by @mastohost, which guarantees stability and timely upgrades.
Feel free to reach out to me in case of issues or anything else.
Many thanks to @dan for setting it up and managing it up to now, as well as for helping during the migration.
As if we needed more reasons to appreciate adblockers, it turns out they also help reduce power use, which I had never considered. https://webtest.app/?url=https://therising.co/2019/10/04/these-founders-are-proving-that-the-pet-food-industry-doesnt-have-to-harm-the-planet/
Jonathan Safran Foer: why we must cut out meat and dairy before dinner to save the planet | Books | The Guardian
Who here is on #Manyverse?
A random thing I've been doing lately to reduce my waste – I keep any and all vegetable scraps in a bag in my freezer. Whenever I've collected enough, I boil them all up into vegetable stock to use in cooking, to give plenty of that sweet, sweet umami flavour.
All kinds of scraps go in the bag. Carrot peel. Onion skin. That one mushroom which always starts to go dry before I can use it. The only rules are to make sure everything's clean, and to avoid using anything which is rotten or mouldy.
Today I Learned that you can’t find #broccoli in the wild since it was created by humans by breeding it from wild cabbage.
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