What does it take to be a vegetarian, moreover, is by no means a clear-cut question. And it certainly can be disputed whether vegetarianism can lead to varieties of pleasure at the table that are more valuable than those of a carnivorous.
So, all in all it seems that, whether you approach your diet as a gastronomic hedonist or a gastronomic purist, under the right circumstances a carnivorous diet may be even more satisfactory than a vegetarian diet from an ethical, nutritional, environmental, and economic point of view. What sort of ecological relationship do you bear to the food you eat?
After decades of careful reflection and interrogation on the ethics of eating animals, hence, a carnivorous comeback seems palatable. Stay tuned for more updates on the issue!