The Rise of Vegetarianism

John Harris is really rather sane here about vegetarianism. Except for this little bit:

In the short-to-medium-term, it may well be the price of meat rather than high-minded ethics that sends sales of Quorn through the roof.

How appalling that markets work, eh? That people change their behaviour when the incentives they face change?

1 thought on “The Rise of Vegetarianism”

  1. No real shock in the roots of his vegetarianism:

    “living without meat was an integral part of the 80s counterculture that set itself against the adult world, international capitalism, and Margaret Thatcher”

    How quaint…

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