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Fortunately, this book is not just about giving up meat and animal products, though the authors do push hard for you to become vegan. This book straight up tells you all the stuff that you don’t want to hear about the shit you’ve been shoveling into your body: all the naughty little secrets hiding in the four-inch-eight-point-font ingredient list of your Nabisco Oreos. And the women are no-whining-allowed-, no-excuses-taken bitches. They tell you things like “don’t be a fat pig anymore” and “stop being a pussy.” Don’t expect hand-holding because you won’t get it. What you will get is lots of sass and probably a few laughs. These lucky bitches are smart, funny, look good, and they know it. The best part is–and you really feel it as you’re reading–they want you to look good too. There’s profanity, there’s attitude, there’s even bitchyness, but it all comes from a real and supportive place. It’s tough love and it’s refreshing not to have somebody blowing smoke up your ass. Continue reading
It will suck you in as well as any blockbuster, and it will take you on a roller-coaster of emotions from fear to curiosity, to shock and doubt, and from anger to empowerment. Unlike sensationalized flicks such as Twilight or Harry Potter, which tend to lull the masses into dreamy fantasy, you will walk away from Food Inc. feeling jolted awake and empowered. Continue reading