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Is tofu bad for the environment? - guardian.co.uk
Does that mean we should shun it?
.... it would be great if contributors can kick the debate off with their own thoughts.
Blog Post Dated: February 18, 2010 5:52 AM | Permalink
Having read the associated articles, I see we are still avoiding the over population issue.
I know this might be a tad controversial, but can I suggest a debate on the pros and cons of reducing all these problems and concerns by eating a Guardian reader? I appreciate a whole one may be difficult to take at one sitting (at least I have found that to be the case), but invite some like-minded friends around and make an evening of it!
Can anyone recommend a suitable wine?
Green Charlie |
February 18, 2010 9:55 AM
"I know this might be a tad controversial, but can I suggest a debate on the pros and cons of reducing all these problems and concerns by eating a Guardian reader?"
Excellent idea! Perhaps George Monbiot could encourage Guardian readers to volunteer for this by showing the way.
Step forward, George, and be rendered into a nice vindaloo for the sake of the planet!
February 18, 2010 1:16 PM
I've had tofu inflicted on me by various veggie-minded friends in my time and all I can say is: who the hell are you trying to fool? Awful, tasteless, rubbery pabulum. I dare say there have been days in my life which have passed without my eating meat, but I am fairly confident that none of them has been since 1990 or thereabouts. I try to eat animals at least twice a day and generally succeed.
David Gillies |
February 18, 2010 2:58 PM
On a similar theme, I still chuckle at Armando Ianucci's comment "If meat is murder, then is Quorn guilty of wasting police time?".
The Apiarist |
February 18, 2010 7:25 PM
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