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The Clean Pet Food Revolution

Author : Ernie Ward
ISBN : 9781590566022
Genre : Cooking
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"Did you know that a quarter of all the meat consumed in the United States is eaten by our pets? That's the equivalent to the amount devoured by 26 million Americans, and it makes U.S. cats and dogs equal to the fifth largest country in terms of animal protein consumption. Yet the impact pet food has on the environment and climate change, how healthy or necessary it is for our animal companions, or how it impacts the welfare of the farmed animals who become that food are barely known or ignored-even by animal lovers.! The Clean Pet Food Revolution lifts the lid on the current pet food industry: its claims of what constitutes a "natural" diet for pets, its shocking record on animal welfare, and its devastating effect on the environment and climate change. The book explodes myths about "grain-free" diets, protein intake, and what our pets "want." Finally, it details the many exciting scientific developments in alternative proteins-whether from plants, fungi, insects, or cell-based meat products-that promise not only to completely change what we feed our cats and dogs but to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, end farmed-animal slaughter, and make our pets healthier. Written by specialists in veterinary science, biotech, and animal welfare, The Clean Pet Food Revolution is a thoroughly researched and compellingly written excoriation of an unsustainable present and a fascinating glimpse of future possibilities"--

The Plant Based Dog Food Revolution With 50 Recipes

Author : Mimi Kirk
ISBN : 9781682682722
Genre : Pets
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Plant- based dog food is the latest revolution in caring for our tail- wagging friends Eating organic, quality food has become a major priority in promoting healthy lifestyles of many humans, which begs the question—why don’t we apply this same practice to feeding our dogs? Commercial dog food is full of additives, fillers, and other processed ingredients which can have negative impacts on a dog’s overall health. From mother-daughter duo Mimi and Lisa Kirk comes this eye-opening guide to feeding dogs a healthy, plant-based diet made of ingredients that are not only pet safe, but also human grade. Lentils, sweet potatoes, quinoa, kale, herbs and spices—all of these healthy human favorites have their place in the dog bowl! With dozens of Fido- approved recipes, The Plant-Based Dog Food Diet provides quick and easy basic meals and treats, an overview of what dogs need to stay healthy, and tips on food prep and storage.

The Green Revolution

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105016634367
Genre : Community life
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Clean Meat

Author : Paul Shapiro
ISBN : 9781501189104
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Paul Shapiro gives you a front-row seat for the wild story of the race to create and commercialize cleaner, safer, sustainable meat—real meat—without the animals. From the entrepreneurial visionaries to the scientists’ workshops to the big business board­rooms—Shapiro details that quest for clean meat and other animal products and examines the debate raging around it. Since the dawn of Homo sapiens some quarter million years ago, animals have satiated our species’ desire for meat. But with a growing global popula­tion and demand for meat, eggs, dairy, leather, and more, raising such massive numbers of farm animals is woefully inefficient and takes an enormous toll on the planet, public health, and certainly the animals themselves. But what if we could have our meat and eat it, too? The next great scientific revolution is underway—discovering new ways to create enough food for the world’s ever-growing, ever-hungry population. Enter clean meat—real, actual meat grown (or brewed!) from animal cells—as well as other clean foods that ditch animal cells altogether and are simply built from the molecule up. Whereas our ancestors domesticated wild animals into livestock, today we’re beginning to domesticate their cells, leaving the animals out of the equation. From one single cell of a cow, you could feed an entire village. And the story of this coming “second domestica­tion” is anything but tame.

Bibliography Of Agriculture

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ISBN : PSU:000057553726
Genre : Agriculture
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Cyclopaedia Of Biblical Theological And Ecclesiastical Literature

Author : John McClintock
ISBN : HARVARD:HNF7HS
Genre : Bible
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Annual Meeting Of The Florida State Horticultural Society

Author : Florida State Horticultural Society. Annual Meeting
ISBN : WISC:89031381726
Genre : Gardening
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National Union Catalog

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105117241377
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Beyond Revolution

Author : Daniel A. Foss
ISBN : STANFORD:36105040220357
Genre : Social Science
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"Highly recommended. . . . Presented here is a critique of the major ways in which social movements have been conceptualized and interpreted. . . . An excellently documented work, featuring a useful set of references and a good index." Choice "A book to provoke and unsettle, a book of enormous intellectual and moral ambition." Contemporary Sociology

Grain Industries Plants

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ISBN : PSU:000067692279
Genre : Grain elevators
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Start The Fire

Author : Jeremiah Tower
ISBN : 9780062498458
Genre : Cooking
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AS SEEN IN THE NEW DOCUMENTARY JEREMIAH TOWER: THE LAST MAGNIFICENT Newly revised and reissued to coincide with The Last Magnificent, a documentary feature produced by Anthony Bourdain, the indelible and entertaining memoir from Jeremiah Tower which chronicles life at the front lines of redefining modern American cuisine. Widely recognized as the godfather of modern American cooking, Jeremiah Tower is one of the most influential cooks of the last forty years. In 2004, he rocked the culinary world with a tell-all story of his lifelong love affair with food, and the restaurants and people along the way. In this newly revised edition of his memoir, retitled Start the Fire, Tower shares with wit and honesty his insights into cooking, chefs, celebrities, and what really goes on in the kitchen. Above all, Tower rhapsodizes about food—the meals choreographed like great ballets, the menus scored like concertos. No other book reveals more about the seeds sown in the seventies, the excesses of the eighties, and the self-congratulations of the nineties. With a new introduction by the author, Start the Fire is an essential account of the most important years in the history of American cooking, from one of its singular personalities.

Food Processing

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ISBN : UOM:39015047935047
Genre : Food industry and trade
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Environmental Science

Author : George Tyler Miller
ISBN : IND:30000038239160
Genre : Environmental protection
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This book is designed to be used in introductory courses on environmental science. It treats environmental science as an INTERDISCIPLINARY study, combining ideas and information from natural sciences such as biology, chemistry, and geology and social sciences such as economics, politics, and ethics to present a general idea of how nature works and how things are interconnected. It examines how the environment is being used and abused, and what individuals can do to protect and improve it for themselves, for future generations, and for other living things.

The Farmer S Magazine

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ISBN : UCAL:B2929548
Genre : Agriculture
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Dog Fancy

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924108275094
Genre : Dogs
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Newswatch

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ISBN : IND:30000080942323
Genre : Nigeria
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Burnsiana

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ISBN : NYPL:33433082308580
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Pet Business

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924073496584
Genre : Pet industry
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The Medical Officer

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ISBN : UOM:39015009995906
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The Fate Of Food

Author : Amanda Little
ISBN : 9780804189057
Genre : Social Science
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WINNER OF THE 2019 NAUTILUS BOOK AWARD In the fascinating story of the sustainable food revolution, an environmental journalist and professor asks the question: Is the future of food looking bleak—or better than ever? “In The Fate of Food, Amanda Little takes us on a tour of the future. The journey is scary, exciting, and, ultimately, encouraging.”—Elizabeth Kolbert, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of The Sixth Extinction Climate models show that global crop production will decline every decade for the rest of this century due to drought, heat, and flooding. Water supplies are in jeopardy. Meanwhile, the world’s population is expected to grow another 30 percent by midcentury. So how, really, will we feed nine billion people sustainably in the coming decades? Amanda Little, a professor at Vanderbilt University and an award-winning journalist, spent three years traveling through a dozen countries and as many U.S. states in search of answers to this question. Her journey took her from an apple orchard in Wisconsin to a remote control organic farm in Shanghai, from Norwegian fish farms to famine-stricken regions of Ethiopia. The race to reinvent the global food system is on, and the challenge is twofold: We must solve the existing problems of industrial agriculture while also preparing for the pressures ahead. Through her interviews and adventures with farmers, scientists, activists, and engineers, Little tells the fascinating story of human innovation and explores new and old approaches to food production while charting the growth of a movement that could redefine sustainable food on a grand scale. She meets small permaculture farmers and “Big Food” executives, botanists studying ancient superfoods and Kenyan farmers growing the country's first GMO corn. She travels to places that might seem irrelevant to the future of food yet surprisingly play a critical role—a California sewage plant, a U.S. Army research lab, even the inside of a monsoon cloud above Mumbai. Little asks tough questions: Can GMOs actually be good for the environment—and for us? Are we facing the end of animal meat? What will it take to eliminate harmful chemicals from farming? How can a clean, climate-resilient food supply become accessible to all? Throughout her journey, Little finds and shares a deeper understanding of the threats of climate change and encounters a sense of awe and optimism about the lessons of our past and the scope of human ingenuity.

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