Is it bad to eat meat? Are you less spiritual if you eat meat? Are you heartless if you eat meat? Is eating meat more or less healthy for your diet? Questions like this have been asked for centuries, but every answer that has been given so far is based on opinions. This subject raised a question in me because of the questions I get about Grandma Maud’s Premium Southern Seasoning. Yes, the seasoning doesn’t have animal products in it and yes vegetarians, vegans and carnivores alike can use it, but who uses Grandma Maud’s Premium Southern Seasoning in the healthiest way? That is a question that can only have an opinionated answer. However there is no MSG in the product.
This article was well written and I feel it would be useful to you to follow the link and read it yourself http://rosecole.com/highpriestessbook/articles/meatdebateaudio/. The young lady who wrote the article brought up the same questions and her answers made sense. Her article even has the same Title as this one, but if you are one of my blog site followers you know I need more than just one source of information to base a decision on. The next article I came across was totally opposite of the first one. A New York Times writer said there is no middle ground when it comes to eating meat. He talked about the negative connotations of eating meat as well as the positive. He said even if we fed all the cattle with only grass it would take land the size of France to keep this going and to feed them. On the other hand he talked about the inhumane aspect of the industrialized way cattle is being raised. He didn’t help our question at all because his story played both fences.
I don’t have to tell you that this conversation is open. What I would like to do is invite you to this conversation. Let me know which side of the fence you stand on and why. To Eat Meat or Not to Eat Meat.
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