It also does not make you unreliant on animal suffering. There are many Support Your Local Honey Bee Save The Bees T-Shirt wild animals killed to produce plant agriculture than there is livestock killed for consumption. Another thing to note is that plant-based diets are heavily dependent on human suffering unless the food is produced locally to where it is bought. This is because many produce items are grown and packaged in second or third world countries where workers can be underpaid or forced to work or work in substandard conditions. Another big tip: organize the list by ethical, nutritional, environmental, and philosophical topics (with headlines). The way you bulleted all these ideas in one long list makes it look as if you just jotted down your thoughts as you had them.
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I learned about that watching Netflix’s Rotten. The examples I was thinking of are garlic from China and cane sugar from the Caribbean. I saw that episode as well, but that’s garlic from China. The Support Your Local Honey Bee Save The Bees T-Shirt point of that episode was to show how their practices were screwing with the industry. So I wouldn’t say it’s fair to connect forced labor in China and garlic in and of itself because American garlic is grown, from what I understood, much more fairly. Not a vegan, but Why couldn’t we just advocate for locally grown food then, and the government could subsidize fresh produce better than it does now, and regardless of if we ate meat or not – we would all be healthier and fewer people would suffer.
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It’s only expensive because of what the government chooses to subsidize – it’s not like that in most countries – which is why every other developing country eats a plant-based diet. It would be realistic to eat a plant-based diet if the government wasn’t full of meat/dairy/cash crop lobbyists, and it’s absolutely ridiculous Support Your Local Honey Bee Save The Bees T-Shirt we just accept that fresh local produce is unaffordable – it doesn’t have to be that way, vegan or not. I’m new to this sub, but it seems like the energy spent arguing against veganism (which, yes, I agree that it’s not the most nutritional way to eat) could be spent arguing for affordable local, plant-based food. I’ve spent some time abroad and I would say that the majority of developed countries (maybe not too much the UK and Germany) are eating much healthier/fresher than Americans when they’re supposed to be the richest country) but perhaps my problem is I’m just on the wrong sub