»Carnism is a revolutionary concept that neither animal advocates nor meat eaters can afford to ignore.« - John Robbins, Internationally bestselling author of The Food Revolution
»Carnism is one of the most thought-provoking concepts in decades.« - Heather Mills, charity campaigner
»Carnism is an extremely important concept that has the potential to dramatically transform the way society thinks about eating animals.« - Gene Baur, president and co-founder of Farm Sanctuary and author of Living the Farm Sanctuary Life
»The concept of carnism is important and empowering; it uniquely names and illumines what has been virtually invisible in our culture's most defining attitudes and practices.« - Dr. Will Tuttle, author of The World Peace Diet
»Carnism requires a denial of our basic humanity; becoming aware of carnism inspires us to rethink and reshape our relationship with animals.« - Brian Wendel, creator and executive producer of Forks Over Knives
Carnism is the invisible belief system, or ideology, that conditions people to eat certain animals. Carnism is essentially the opposite of veganism, as “carn” means “flesh” or “of the flesh” and “ism” refers to a belief system. READ MORE
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