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Jonathan Safran Foer

Eating Animals 3: The Arbitrary Carnivore

by Patrick on November 6, 2009

No, that’s not the name of a chapter from a Michael Pollan book, though it could be.  In this short video, we again visit with Sherri Gallentine, as well as drop in on my wife Edan as she prepares to cook dinner. [vimeo]http://vimeo.com/7476905[/vimeo] [Note:  the theory about animals that I put forth during the horse […]

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Eating Animals 2: Backyard Chickens

by Patrick on November 5, 2009

You may know Sherri Gallentine from her various guest posts on the Vroman’s Blog (many of them culinary in nature) or from seeing her around the store, but did you know that she raises chickens in her backyard in Altadena?  I thought it would be enlightening to visit her backyard chicken farm and see how […]

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Eating Animals Part 1: The Farmer’s Market

by Patrick on November 2, 2009

This Sunday, Jonathan Safran Foer, author of Everything is Illuminated and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, will present his new book Eating Animals at Vroman’s Bookstore.  Eating Animals is an exploration of how and why he became a vegetarian, and it investigates factory farming, modern slaughterhouses, industrial agriculture and much more.  It’s a more personal […]

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