Reviews of 'The Ethical Omnivore'


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"I can’t recommend this book highly enough – science-focused but with a contagiously energetic optimism, it’s the antidote to despair we so desperately need. Read it, give it to your friends, then cook for them with whole, natural food. We can start repairing our land and nourishing our souls by dinner time."
~ Charlotte Wood AM, award-winning novelist

"I don't think it's an exaggeration to say that this is a book that'll change some people's lives...this is a must-read for anyone who thinks about what they eat."
~ John Lethlean, Restaurant critic and food writer, The Weekend Australian

"Beautiful book by one of our most wonderful suppliers, Feather and Bone Providore, fighters for all things good and ethical in nose to tail eating."
~ Neil Perry AM, chef, restaurateur

"It's beautiful and well written. All the right messaging for our day. Congratulations and well done."

~ Joel Salatin, Polyface Farm regenerative farmer and author

"It is both a beautiful book but also one of great importance: well written, great stories and it addresses the huge topic of false beliefs promulgated by vegans and others equally divorced from nature."

~ Charlie Massy, regenerative farmer and author of 'Call of the Reed Warbler' 

"Wise, informed and occasionally funny, this is the cookbook for anybody who truly cares about the meat they eat. Part anecdote, part searingly intellectual, and always heartfelt and wonderfully written, it’s the kind of book only the butchers who think we should eat less meat could write. What Laura and Grant espouse is food that is better for the animals, better for the planet, better for our communities, and ultimately better for you."

~ Matthew Evans, chef, writer, TV presenter, recipe contributor

"'Interconnectedness' is this year's buzzword but 'The Ethical Omnivore', written before the pandemic, explains why your food choices matter more than you probably thought."

~ Necia Wilden, The Australian Financial Review