Eating AnimalsJonathan Safran Foer reflects on his past dietary decisions and investigates the fictions we use to justify our eating habits. He combines philosophy, literature, science, memoir and detective work to create a compelling book.

After Jonathan Safran Foer's appearance on the show this week, he sent me a sweet thank-you note, and this link. If you found him as compelling as I do, please check it out. Thanks.

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