I could see myself being against foie gras, even though I quite like it, but Michael Ruhlman’s recent post gave me pause (especially after having read The Omnivore’s Dilemma):

I never thought [the anti-foie gras activists] had any leg to stand on if they argued only that the practice of gavage were inhumane but were happy to buy boneless skinless chicken breast and beef tenderloin from America’s meat factories.

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