Mon, 27 June 2016
The weight of a word doesn’t simply lie in its dictionary definition. Words don’t simply have denotations — they also have connotations: a number of associations and attributes that stretch beyond the literal meaning. The word “butcher” has always been associated with the killing and preparing of animals for human consumption, but a new contingency of vegetarian and vegan butchers — who cleave plant fibers rather than animal bones — have claimed this name for themselves.
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Category:Food, Health, Society & Culture, Fitness & Nutrition, News & Politics -- posted at: 9:06am PST
Wed, 8 June 2016
Whether you're interested in a visit to Africa or not, check out this episode that not only provides details about traveling to Rwanda to see the mountain gorillas and Botswana to go on a safari but also offers thoughts on how we need to think about wild places. I also offer tips for using airline miles (rather than dollars) to fly and how to avoid long security and customs lines.
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Category:Food, Health, Society & Culture, Fitness & Nutrition, News & Politics -- posted at: 11:18am PST