Emissions are often attributed to producing countries but consuming countries also bear some of the responsibility.
“I do not like to feel trapped by a box of one size fits all manliness, and a template for stepping outside of it, even in a realm as simple as that of cuisine, feels like a liberating idea,” writes strongman and BBQ aficionado N.C. Harrison.
Soaking in the sun poolside to splitting chickens with a bandsaw–whatever it takes to study abroad.
A ballet of Chickens, Cows and Pigs in a stunning documentary which explores the many wonders of the world.
While this piece from Dwight Gray can be seen as a love poem (of a sort), it’s so much more than that. It’s a meditation on uncertainty and aging, perseverance and emptiness, the ill-defined “edges” of the “marriage bed.”
Jarad Dewing challenges you to expand your concept of dessert with this savory pie.
Connor Ferguson explains why masculinity isn’t the sole realm of carnivores.
It’s very good with nutritious vegetable.
What do you do when your child suddenly wants to stop eating meat? Jeff Bogle tells us what he did.
The Truth Shall Set You Free. And Keep You Alive.
Alex Bove wants to know, “Should we really be shaming men for being able to pronounce quinoa?” On meat, masculinity, and men’s health and the sexual politics of meat.
How environmentally friendly is your diet? Craig Cahill takes a look.
This just in: everything that was on the superfoods list yesterday is now bad for you. In related news, everything that was bad for you yesterday is now a superfood!
Jennifer says the real problem comes when you let Cosmo, GQ, or your society tell you what love and romance are.