Monthly Archives: October 2009

Ethical eating in a diverse world: our biological identity is cooked (part 2 of a series)

The cooking hunter-gatherer Humans should not return to their “cave man diet” to be healthy. What a creature eats in the wild is not necessarily the best option. In the wild, the full potential of a species cannot be developed … Continue reading

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Ethical eating in a diverse world: an introduction

The relationship to food is at the heart of the culture which we learn from our parents. Eating is–with its do’s and don’ts and its daily rituals–a central cultural institution like literature, songs, architecture, or music.  Since eating has been … Continue reading

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