Author Topic: Dietary decolonization  (Read 3551 times)


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Re: Dietary decolonization
« Reply #30 on: December 29, 2021, 08:15:51 am »
While the world seems to have become more conscious of environmental, health and animal cruelty issues linked to meat consumption as witnessed in the increasing number of veggie restaurants as well as vegan options available in ordinary restaurants, it's frustrating to see a counter force coming from the Japanese who had been investing heavily over the past decades in producing ever higher quality meat (Kobe beef, dark-haired pig, Wagyu beef etc.) to plunge meat-eaters into sort of an addiction to craving for ever more expensive but "extremely tender" meat. As a girl describes:"The slice of Wagyu beef is like milkshake as it melts in my mouth!" Ugh!!