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Double-Entry Notes Quotes/Paraphrased ideas/ Summarized ideas/ PAGE # Comments/Observations Pollan explains how it is best for people to become vegetarians because that leaves the smallest environmental footprint. However, if people are going to eat meat, they should try to obtain meat from local farmers (The Omnivore’s Dilemma 27).
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Unformatted text preview: This perspective makes sense for most people. I appreciate that he doesn’t expect everyone to be vegetarian; however, meat bought locally or even “grass fed” meat is often more expensive than conventional meat. This makes it difficult for lower-income people to buy the healthiest meat options....
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