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Posted on : Saturday, February 7, 2015 5:39 PM
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You say "meat is among the least environmentally friendly foods" and then propose wild meat, which is far less environmentally friendly than normal meat ... per kilogram produced. Consider, for example, wild duck meat compared to factory farmed chicken. My country, Australia, consumes about a 1.5 million chickens a day. If we tried to replace that with wild duck meat, there would be no ducks in a matter of days. Switching from factory farmed meat to wild meat is a recipe for extinction. It only "works" because hardly anybody does it. If your "Nordic diet" was widely followed it would lead to mass extinctions of wildlife ... not to mention gross cruelty as millions of hunters took to the wilds with shotguns, traps, and snares. If you are sincerely concerned about the environmental consequences of dietary choices ... ie., you want to minimise your impact ... then you'll be vegan [or very, very close].
Replied on Saturday, February 7, 2015 5:39 PM
LOL!! I had to laugh when the article mentioned "low temp cooking" as being oven and broiler cooking. Oven cooking can be set to high temps and broiler cooking is always high temp.
Replied on Thursday, December 12, 2019 7:16 AM
 


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