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A great follow-up to Michael Pollan's books. Singer and Mason offer a more opinionated exploration of three families'food choices--the "all-American" Walmart variety, the conscientious omnivores, and the vegans. The authors are clear that they believe veganism is perhaps the best ethical food option. However, their chapters are well-balanced rather than incendiary and they practice what they preach: "You can be ethical without being fanatical." I expected to feel attacked for my omnivorous food choices, but I ended up feeling curious instead of defensive. Surprisingly, I had never even considered many of the ethical arguments they address.