... I'm listening to Jimmy's podcast with Zoe Harcombe and she's discussing Lierre Keith and feeding grain to animals vs. humans, etc. I don't have a beef (pun?) on this topic, but it reminded me of something I read a while back regarding grassfed meats and grain consumption in general.
It went something like this: The current population of the world could not be sustained if every human on the planet were to consume grassfed livestock and tried to eliminate grains entirely as a carbohydrate energy source. What this says to me is that were we to try to transition to such a diet for "everyone", it could not be sustained. Then the question becomes which humans get access to the good stuff, and which are relegated to consuming what's left, and what are the ethical implications?
Anyone else here ever read or consider this?