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Infographic: Veganism by the numbers
A graphic look at the amount of water and fuel it takes to raise animals for food versus the amount it takes to raise plants for food, plus additional environmental information, may just have you rethinking your meat consumption.
Sun, Jul 15, 2012 at 8:43 AM
My family eats less meat
than we used to, and I’m always looking for opportunities to cut it out of our diets in a way that doesn’t make anyone feel deprived. Every once in a while, I need a little inspiration to take my less-meat-consumption theme even further, and this infographic from Culinary Schools
provides a little of that inspiration.
Infographic provided by CulinarySchools.org
Most of this information isn’t new information for me, but it’s helpful to see it put out there in a plain and simple way to understand. One piece of information that I am unfamiliar with is the statistic that it takes 5 pounds of wild-caught fish to produce 1 pound of farmed fish. I’m going to have to look into that further, and I’ll let you know what I come up with when I do.
Does this infographic have you thinking about changing some of your meat eating habits?
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