More on meat

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Last month on this blog I wrote about a book titled The Shameless Carnivore, and have since run across a couple other odes to meat-eating. Melissa Lion, who writes reviews on food-related books for Bookslut, checks in this month with a review of Meat: A Love Story (Putnam, $24.95) by journalist Susan Bourette. It may not make you want to buy the book but you'll savor every bit of Lion's wit and biting commentary. Bon Appetit!

Meat: A Love Story

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Meat: A Love Story is a book that I hate. The author decided to become a vegetarian after visiting slaughterhouses. Then she becomes a carnivore again and begins to admire people who hunt and kill animals for food. Complete irreverence for God's animal kingdom.

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