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  1. Judy Harvey permalink
    July 25, 2010 1:51 pm

    Hello Filippa – I think we all need to know where our meat comes from. I also am an ex vegetarian but feel if we don’t know that the animal has had a happy free life we are partaking in cruelty and all the bad karma involved. Your posts are a step to increasing people’s knowledge towards living a healthy, happy and responsible life. I always enjoy them.

    • July 26, 2010 6:39 am

      Thanks for your feedback Judy! It’s the same with vegetables and fruit really. Not in needing to know that they’ve had a happy life but to know what agricultural system we are partaking in and therefore condoning or supporting. I think we really have to let go of cheap and convenient and shop and eat with conscience. It’s something I’ve only just become aware of. For me, in the past, it was always a health or financial decision. I didn’t think about being guilty by participation.

  2. christina houen permalink
    July 25, 2010 4:12 pm

    Wonderful! I wish I was there and could order some of the beef! But I don’t really wish I was there, except for a holiday, as I just love living here in Toodyay next door to small mixed farms. One one side of me are a mixed flock of sheep who have recently lambed, so there are at least a dozen lambs, white, brindle and black, and 3 sets of twin.s I’ve talked about this on my blog. I’m so privileged to see these lovely animals living naturally in their community, and although I know some of them (the wethers) are slaughtered for meat, I know that they have a happy and peaceful life and are well looked after.

    • July 26, 2010 6:39 am

      You might be able to buy direct from your own farmers as they are so close around you!


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