Losing the Moral High Ground – A Vegetarian Fall From Grace

Losing the Moral High Ground – A Vegetarian Fall From Grace

I have been a vegetarian for most of my adult life. The prevailing winds of ethical eating and all other things just and right swept through university campuses ten or fifteen years ago. An encounter with a dismembered deer carcass in the back of a pickup truck (and I’m sort of embarrassed to admit it but this also helped expedite the decision making process) provided the impetus I needed to take a break from eating flesh. Unable to differentiate between human flesh and that of our animal counterparts, eating meat seemed unimaginable. I could not be tempted with bacon or chicken wings. I even abstained from gelatin.  Details »

Tastes Like Burning

Tastes Like Burning

I usually leave the rants to Jam Rock, but I thought I might share this one with the both of our regular blog readers. It may come as no secret to you but along with blogging for the renowned SpicyMayo.ca, I also am a co-owner of a restaurant in Saskatoon’s Broadway district called Sushiro. Early last month we participated in the Broadway Theatre event Taste of Broadway. Its a revenue generating event for the theatre based on donations from a half a dozen small restaurants in the surrounding blocks. I participated in last years event and when the Broadway Theatre rep poked his head thru the kitchen pass and asked me in a few words if I was in, I agreed.

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