This video explains America’s love affair with meat
Americans eat a lot of meat. We eat nearly twice as much as the average Norwegian and roughly nine times as much as the average Ghanaian. Why’s that? Well, our past informs our future (and our present), so I called a meat historian, Maureen Ogle, to find out. Watch the video to find out more.
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