Part-time veganism: the fewer animal products I ate, the less I wanted them | Jess Ho

As a restaurant critic, I thought adopting a plant-based diet would be hard, but what started as an experiment quickly became a lifestyle choice

It’s 2020. We all know the world is melting and we need to do everything we can to help the environment. I already walk everywhere, try to grow my own vegetables, eat seasonally, shop local, try to have zero food waste, have a worm farm, compost, host a beehive, bring my own bag and refuse to use takeaway cups, but for some reason I never switched to a plant-based diet.

I know that it is the easiest thing you can do to stop putting stress on the world from an agricultural and an ethical standpoint – with an obvious side effect of overall carbon emission reduction.

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Source: theguardian
Part-time veganism: the fewer animal products I ate, the less I wanted them | Jess Ho



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