Vermont author Tovar Cerulli will be in store to discuss his memoir, The Mindful Carnivore: A Vegetarian’s Hunt for Sustenance, at 5:30pm on Friday, March 2nd.
“A personal tale of how one man comes to terms with the meat on his plate and a historical look at humanity’s connection to animals. The Mindful Carnivore delivers new insight in the too often simplistic vegetarian versus carnivore argument.”Novella Carpenter, author of Farm City: The Education of an Urban Farmer
“The Mindful Carnivore: A Vegitarian’s Hunt for Sustenanceby Tovar Cerulli examines what it means to be a mindful eater, not just a mindful carnivore. How much damage are you truly avoiding in choosing to be a vegetarian–and how can you be a mindful consumer and have respect for everything you ingest?”Sassy Peach, Book Reviewer blog
~*~“As veganism and vegetarianism become more popular, in the media and in individual lives, we are more and more aware of people jumping on the bandwagon and adopting lifestyles that seek to reduce the intentional harm they cause to animals—in their diets, what they wear, the personal-care products they use, and so on.But at the same time, this new notoriety also means we encounter more people jumping offthe bandwagon, for any number of reasons…” Justin Van Kleeck, Sustainablog
We hope you’ll join us!