016 – Is it possible to be an ethical carnivore?
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In an effort to know the provenance of her food, environmental correspondent, Louise Gray, took matters into her own hands; by only eating animals she killed herself. In this talk, Gray unpacks the ethics of eating meat and recounts her year of killing to eat. Is it possible to be an ethical carnivore? was recorded as part of the inaugural Food Summit at Soho Farmhouse.
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