02 May '18, 8pm
Why it doesn’t matter if the Impossible burger is healthy: https://t.co/ekNYViNlhw
We can’t avoid the fact that food is inherently political. From what food we consume, to who has access to what food, it’s a skewed system and every choice makes an impact. This is where the definition of what makes personal choice is key. A personal choice is one that doesn’t harm or negatively impact anybody else, like eating an oily plate of fries or eating a kale salad. A choice is no longer personal when it’s making harms others, like eating an animal. It’s not a matter of “you do you, I’ll do me”, it’s a matter of we, collectively, shouldn’t be complicit in the mass exploitation of living beings.