Pig’s blood cakes piled on a large plate displayed on a cooking counter in a food booth in a traditional market in Tainan City, Taiwan. Pig’s blood cakes piled on a large plate displayed on a cooking counter in a food booth in a traditional market in Tainan City, Taiwan.
Pig’s blood cakes piled on a large plate displayed on a cooking counter in a food booth in a traditional market in Tainan City, Taiwan.
Susan Jung
Opinion

Opinion

Feast or Famine by Susan Jung

If you eat meat, don’t call those who eat blood or brains disgusting

  • It’s true some people are turned off by the thought of eating blood, hearts and brains – but it’s not just that they won’t eat them, but they judge those who do
  • If you’re a meat eater trying to lead a more sustainable life, you should at least try to commit to zero waste on the animals that die for your dinner

Pig’s blood cakes piled on a large plate displayed on a cooking counter in a food booth in a traditional market in Tainan City, Taiwan. Pig’s blood cakes piled on a large plate displayed on a cooking counter in a food booth in a traditional market in Tainan City, Taiwan.
Pig’s blood cakes piled on a large plate displayed on a cooking counter in a food booth in a traditional market in Tainan City, Taiwan.
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