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09.21.2015

Grey Magazine, I.IV: Pasture to Plate

For the summer issue of Grey, I decided to explore the reality of being a carnivore. What I thought would be a simple story, I soon realized was one very difficult to tell. There is so much controversy, hypocrisy, taboo and misinformation about our food system, that trying to summarize my navigation of it was a monumental undertaking. In the end, I hope this essay conveys one person’s attempt to do what is right for her…and by her, I mean me.

Thank you Zachary Zavislak for these stunning images and Zak Pelaccio and Patrick Milling Smith of Fish & Game Hudson and Jeremy Peele of Herondale Farm in Ancram, NY.

And, for my Uncle Sally, if you are reading this, please try not to hate me just because we may not see things the same way. I loved Chico and I love you.

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One Response to “Grey Magazine, I.IV: Pasture to Plate”

  1. Silver Cat says:

    Macabre beauty, indeed! Thank you for this very personal and an eloquent essay – a wake-up call for many carnivores like me.

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