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Fish, Flesh, and Foul: The Anti-Vegetarian Animus

@inproceedings{Kellman2016FishFA,
  title={Fish, Flesh, and Foul: The Anti-Vegetarian Animus},
  author={S. Kellman and G. Shaw},
  year={2016}
}
up flesh is not nearly as traumatic as giving up the ghost. Although thousands have been martyred for their refusal to eat meat, vegetarians today suffer merely a species of social death. Stop eating what George Bernard Shaw, a recovered carnivore, called "scorched corpses of animals" and you become either the pariah or the cynosure of the dinner party, either barred or badgered over culinary preferences. "Tell me what you eat and I will tell you who you are," declared the French gourmet… Expand
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