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Foer On Ellen

Jonathan Safran Foer discusses eating animals on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Yesterday, author Jonathan Safran Foer appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show to talk about the response to his bestselling non-fiction book Eating Animals, and about America's obsession with eating meat. In the past, Ellen DeGeneres has called Foer one of her favorite authors and comments during the interview that his work is, "opening minds to the facts." Foer encourages Americans to remove at least one serving of meat from their diets per day and, along with DeGeneres, debunks the myth that vegetarian diets don't provide enough protein. Foer appeared on Ellen last November shortly after Eating Animals was released to discuss animal-welfare issues and vegetarianism.

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