One of my favorite things about the concept of reducetarian-ism is that it is accessible to absolutely everyone. My friend Amanda exemplifies this beautifully. Amanda is from North Carolina and their relationship with meat, butter, eggs, etc., is not just preferential but deeply cultural. When they eat green beans cooked with ham, fried chicken, and … Continue reading Anyone Can Be a Reducetarian!
This ongoing series will be covering tips that I have accumulated as I have tried to reduce my reliance on animal products. I’ve chosen the word vegan here, because I ultimately want to cease use of all animal products in my own life, but these tips are effective for anyone trying to adopt the reducetarian … Continue reading Series: Tips for Becoming a Vegan
I first became aware of the word “reducetarian” through a primatologist and animal advocate named Barbara J King. She had been hashtagging it on Twitter and I was curious as to what exactly was meant by such a concept. Through some light google research, I came across http://www.reducetarian.org, the home of the Reducetarian Foundation, and … Continue reading What does it mean to be a reducetarian?