Letters

Where’s the beef?

Many Hawaiians will likely be looking for more vegan recipes and meatless meal ideas thanks to Tiffany Hervey’s informative article, “Meat: Less is More” (Nov. 21). By going vegan, readers can help combat climate change, conserve resources and save lives.

Each vegan saves more than 100 animals every year, and vegans are less likely to suffer from heart disease, diabetes, cancer and other common chronic illnesses. Plus, versatile vegan foods are inexpensive and delicious. PETA is always happy to provide people with free recipes, product suggestions, information on vegan-friendly restaurants and more. See [PETA.org].

Heather Moore Norfolk, VA

All forms of animal agriculture are extremely cruel, environmentally devastating and unsustainable. If one truly cares about cruelty to non-human animals, their own health and all life on this planet, the only option is to go vegan.

Mark Gillono via [HonoluluWeekly.com]

It’s not just factory farming but all commercial animal agriculture is ultimately inhumane and environmentally degrading.

Mary Finelli via [HonoluluWeekly.com]

Eating local is not a win-win situation as related in the article. The animal loses his life in a disturbing way and meat consumption still makes people sick, locally produced or not.

“Vegan Sandy” via [HonoluluWeekly.com]