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Righteous Porkchop by Nicolette Hahn Niman
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Aug 17, 2009

bookshelves: abandoned, non-fiction, booksforgrown-ups

This is a nice look at (and a strike against) the industrial animal producing industries, specifically pork. I finally had to abandon it because I'm getting bogged down with work reading, not because I don't want to come back to it later. I'm curious to see if Niman's personal investment in Niman Ranch skews things at all if I read to the end, as it feels like it does where I've left off.
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