A Strict Vegetarian Shares Her Tips on How to Eat Ethically

Lisa Patulny

Eating ethically is certainly a loaded issue. Some people are all about it, some don't care, and some have very different ideas on what constitutes an "ethical" meal. According to Sarah Berry, a reporter at Life&Style who describes herself as a "strict ethical vegetarian", a trip to The River Cottage (a largely self-sufficient farm that features in a series of the same name on the Lifestyle channel) turned out to be a crash course in what it means to eat ethically.

Regardless of your views and beliefs on food, there are easy adjustments we can all make to help contribute to a healthier, more responsible food industry. Whether you're vegetarian, vegan, pescatarian or otherwise, keep scrolling for four practical tips you can use to make eating ethically, easy.


The Original River Cottage Cookbook by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall ($39) is chock full of info on how to adopt a more ethical lifestyle food-wise.

Click over to Life&Style to read the rest of the article and tell us, do you have any tips for eating ethically? Share them below!


Opening image: Andy Lewis

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