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April 22, 2011

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thanks for sharing.

Stephmonster87

Why recommend eating meat in a column about going green, when you can just as easily get protein from not eating meat?
http://www.fourgreensteps.com/community/blogs/ask-a-vegan/ask-a-vegan-how-does-giving-up-meat-affect-the-environment

mujeres

Good food for thought here... Thanks for such an informative article, it's been very useful.

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Shawn

Great article, being an avid deer hunter myself it's nice to see such and educated point of view. Not only is deer meat high in protien, but is also low in fat. And yes when states manage hunting properly, wildlife balances stay in check.

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