January 2000 Issue
Where's the Beef? And Bison, Emu and Wild Boar?
Modern man no longer has to hunt with a club or draw his trusty bow and arrow to get dinner on the table. A plastic-wrapped package of meat is as close and convenient as the nearest supermarket. But there are trade-offs for this convenience. While the availability of meat has increased dramatically over the centuries, the variety of meat has dwindled. Most menus are limited to beef and poultry, much of it high
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