corporate America. If meat really was addictive, surely Big Beef wouldn't lower their prices and use toys, clowns, and playgrounds to push their product on kids. That's something only a criminal would do.

If you still doubt that meat is addictive, I only ask that you try quitting for a week. If during that time you feel no cravings, then I'll concede that I'm wrong. And to tell you the truth, I hope that I am. If we're to have any chance of feeding the growing global population and repairing the environmental and health damage that meat has caused, a whole lot of Americans will have to quit eating meat. And I'd hate to think that addiction might prevent people from taking this step.

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