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Bacon is everywhere… That means a LOT of pigs have to die for us to say “mmmmmmmm”. Think about where your food comes from, what it costs the land and water to get that food to your plate, what it must be like to be a pig in this world of hungry, merciless humans. Pigs, like dogs, are smart, sweet, and they experience fear and pain, as well as contentment and peace. Bacon loses all of its its taste and appeal when you look at the animal who had to die for it.Reply
Not for everybody
It’s true that many people have no idea where their food comes from, but many do, and some even raise and kill the animals that they eat. Many others have chosen not to eat meat, some have gone further and do not eat or use animal products at all.
It’s an interesting world.
It is an interesting world. A beautiful world that is in urgent need of people who are willing to step up and fulfill our role as caretakers and guardians of this living orb that is our shared Home. Part of being an effective guardian of Earth includes questioning the indoctrination of the human species that teaches us that eating meat is normal. It is a choice, just like veganism is a choice. Carnism is a choice. And there are a LOT of people eating a LOT of animals without owning their choice, and this puts a LOT of strain on the planet, and is incredibly violent. Our collective actions are causing massive suffering and death of a LOT of voiceless, peaceful, harmless creatures who just want to live-like we do. In the process, Earth must shoulder the weight of these unhealthy, cruel, and unconscious human habits. More people are waking up and realizing that we can live healthy, happy lives without consuming animal’s flesh or their bodily secretions. Choosing not to eat animals or their milk and eggs is the easiest, most freeing, yet incredibly powerfully peaceful action a human can take.Reply
Bacon yummmmmmm when smokedReply