[Sayma-Discuss] Soy crops in Brazil
Geeta Jyothi McGahey
mcgahey at yancey.main.nc.us
Sun Feb 1 15:44:08 EST 2015
if we cut out the 94% of the soy crop that goes to animal feed, there would be
enough land to grow soybeans for consumption without destroying any more rain
On Sun, February 1, 2015 3:36 pm, Michael Moore wrote:
Thanks for posting. Last night I had a dinner of Tofu instead of beef.
However, instead this evening, I'll eat beets, carrots, and leafy greets
all chopped together.
Michael Moore, WKFM
On 2/1/2015 11:38 AM, Shaun Chavis wrote:
> Friends —
> I came across this article and felt compelled to share it. I know many
> Quakers make their food choices out of concern for animal welfare
> and/or environmental responsibility, and food choice is something I’ve
> written about in Friends Journal. It’s provocative, for sure, but I
> think it’s also something to prompt further research and
> Shaun Chavis
> (a Friend in Atlanta, formerly Birmingham)
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