By Scott Gold
The common American consumes 218.3 kilos of meat each year. But within the face of issues approximately Mad Cow ailment, doubtful commercial feedlot practices, and self-righteous vegetarians, the carnivorous way of life has turn into a bit of déclassé. Now, Scott Gold matters a red-blooded name to hands for the meat-adoring plenty to get up, converse out, and reclaim their pride.
The Shameless Carnivore explores the complexities surrounding the alternative to devour meat, in addition to its myriad pleasures. Delving into every thing from moral concerns to nutritional, anthropological and clinical findings, Gold solutions such probing questions as: Can staying carnivorous be extra healthy than going vegetarian? What’s at the back of the “tastes like chicken” phenomenon? And, in fact, what characteristics in the event you search for in a butcher? the writer additionally chronicles his try and develop into the final word carnivore through consuming thirty-one varied meats in addition to every thing, minimize and organ of a cow (including tasty recipes), describes looking squirrels in Louisiana, or even spends a complete, painstaking week as a vegetarian.
From the critter dinners he relished as a toddler to his grownup forays into unique video game and adventures within the kitchen, Gold writes with an infectious enthusiasm that may simply encourage readers to serve a bit llama or rattlesnake at their subsequent banquet. this can be the definitive publication for meat enthusiasts.
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