The Carnivore's Manifesto: Eating Well, Eating Responsibly, and Eating Meat Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
©2014 Patrick Martins (P)2014 Hachette Audio
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|Listening Length||3 hours and 44 minutes|
|Author||Patrick Martins, Mike Edison, Alice Waters (forward)|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||10 June 2014|
|Best Sellers Rank||
149,125 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
122 in Gastronomy (Audible Books & Originals)
409 in Food Counters
432 in Cooking with Meat
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Stephen T. Coomes
Right on, Patrick Martins!Reviewed in the United States on 21 March 2018
Really fun book to read. I like Martins' take on things. If you like better-for-you and better-for-animals thinking and eating, this is your book.
Carnivore's ManifestoReviewed in the United States on 16 January 2015
This was all I could hope for. It gives the history of how food has slowly become non-food starting at the beginning of the 20th century. Clearly informative and scary. It also gives the origin of the McD logo and what it represents! That is scary, too!
One person found this helpful
Three StarsReviewed in the United States on 6 February 2015
A little disappointed in this book. Not as sophisticated as I had hoped.
3 people found this helpful
1%'s Guide to Better Food ChoicesReviewed in the United States on 1 October 2015
Well-written and engaging, but not a practical guide for most people who want to eat well and made better food choices. Although the author makes many valid comments on the sad state of our industrialized food supply, "Do you think I am a spoiled, rich foodie for selling $140 turkeys - or that I am ripping people off because you can get a $20 turkey at the supermarket? If that turkey suffered, if its biosystem was compromised. . .and you are still basting it come Thanksgiving Day, you are an accessory to a crime," his solution to finding a way to afford a $140 Thanksgiving turkey is almost insulting to the majority of folks whose weekly food budget is $140 or less. The book felt more like a throbbing, in-your-face sales pitch for his company, Heritage Foods USA, than a practical guide to better food choices.
7 people found this helpful
Great insight!Reviewed in the United States on 29 June 2014
Patrick Martins tells a story that is important for everyone who eats! Good, quality food done in a responsible way benefits everyone!
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