“Most of our ancestors knew process all the time. They planted the seed, they chased away the birds, they nourished the plant, they baked the bread. We just stand in the supermarket line. Maybe much of our social pathology is a lack of process—we have no sense of the moral flow of things.”
We would add to Houston’s quote: They raised the animals and were present with their death.
Death For Food is a book and coinciding micro-doc that reconnects us with the animals we eat.
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