You would think that a company whose motto is "Don't be evil" could produce a cookbook that didn't use foie gras twice on a slim 43 pages.  I don't think less of people who eat meat--I recognize that they're simply making a different moral judgement than I do.  But I draw the line at gavage, which, like bullfighting, seems to me to be purely unnecessary cruelty.

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