In the United States the government has introduced a pork-buying programme...
Kill It, Cook It, Eat It: Pig Slaughter
2007 BBC3 UK Factual Event. A restaurant was built attached to a an abattoir and diners were invited to see their food being killed before eating it. The idea to get people to think about where their meat comes from and how animal are reared and killed.
Reminding people of the sharp knives, blood, and shit-filled entrails spilling onto the floor could help a lot with reducing demand.
Waste elimination is a human bodily necessity, not an optional activity. One cannot make the choice not to urinate or excrete.
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Plenty of non-agricultural cultures ate meat almost exclusively.
It's self-evident that Americans eat more refined corn products than at any time in history. It is not self-evident that they eat more meat than the people that inhabited the same lands before settlers arrived from Europe.
Hence, the “bacon shortage”—actually a global increase in meat prices as a slightly delayed downstream consequence of the increase in corn prices.
Such an increase will, of course, be unpleasant for households used to buying as much cheap bacon as their hearts desire, but there shouldn’t be any actual shortages precisely because prices will rise.
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