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Ima Pigg

Ima Pigg How do you like your steak Rare Medium well Related In the year meat is what s for dinner and just about every other meal After the Agricultural Meltdown of destroyed % of earth s farmed

  • Title: Ima Pigg
  • Author: ElizabethAllen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 492
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • How do you like your steak Rare Medium well Related In the year 2031, meat is what s for dinner and just about every other meal After the Agricultural Meltdown of 2018 destroyed 90% of earth s farmed produce and rendered most of what remained toxic, vegetables were outlawed Attempting to grow carrots is now illegal Eating salad is a misdemeanor Serving it will get yHow do you like your steak Rare Medium well Related In the year 2031, meat is what s for dinner and just about every other meal After the Agricultural Meltdown of 2018 destroyed 90% of earth s farmed produce and rendered most of what remained toxic, vegetables were outlawed Attempting to grow carrots is now illegal Eating salad is a misdemeanor Serving it will get you jail time.While most of the human population adapted to a meat diet, it was hard on vegetarians And for the animals, it was murder Methodical mass murder Factory farming escalated to inconceivable levels of cruelty, making the earlier holocaustic mistreatment of animals look like a walk in the park Extreme inhumanity is rewarded Animal Rights groups no longer exist No one steps forward to represent the animals or increase awareness of the torture and carnage Not if they want to live Not until now.And livestock isn t the only game in town If the family dog strays too far from home, it s up for grabs.After realizing centuries of heart attacks and even deadly bacteria can t thwart man from his lust for flesh, the animal kingdom will force man s hand with one last unimaginable strategy the one thing certain to stop all people from eating animals What would it take for you to give up meat

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    1. Book ReviewReviewed by Kim Anisi for Readers' Favorite"Ima Pigg" by Elizabeth Allen is a story about animals and humans – and their place on the food menu. Imagine a world in which being a vegetarian and a defender of animal rights might turn you into a traitor in the government’s eye. Imagine a world in which meat is eaten for breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner and a world in which the growing of vegetables is quite a serious crime. This is the world of Ima Pigg. It is also a world in whic [...]

    2. Ima Pigg by Elizabeth Allen addresses issues of vegetarianism and animal cruelty with wit and satire without being combative or belittling to the reader. As a lifelong carnivore, it’s all too easy to forget where my meat comes from. There’s a disconnect between the living thing and the slab of saran wrapped flesh at the grocery store, stacked in neat little columns waiting for the barbecue pit. My teenage daughter has recently decided to become a vegetarian and I find myself deeply impressed [...]

    3. What's On Your Plate?Ms Allen has done it again! What a brilliant and extraordinary departure from her previous books. An amusing and insightful up-close and very personal romp with the animals. Ever wondered what it's like to be "on" the plate not just at the table? It's all here politics, greed, big farming vs health and humanity and so much more in a fanciful tale that is much too close to reality. A MUST read for all you will be delighted!

    4. Elizabeth Allen does it again. She is a master of her craft, spinning a tale that sucks you in from the first paragraph. Ima Pigg is a chilling, yet thought-provoking Dystopian tale about society’s carnivorous habits and the what if possibilities were vegetables to be outlawed. Ima Pigg follows the story of a persistent pig and randy goat that go to extremes to get society to change their ways. It’s a story that sticks with you long after you finish the book.

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