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Published on: April 3, 2012
Face-to-Snout with Our Meat

The latest foodie wisdom has it that there's something ennobling about killing what you eat, with coming face-to-snout with the pre-industrial wholesomeness of traditional ways of slaughtering our food animals. Just try explaining any of that to the rural poor of eastern Europe.

Henry Baker is a freelance writer living in Milan, Italy.

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