In light of the onslaught of articles calling for cutting back on meat consumption, host Dana Cowin talks to one of the country’s pre-eminent butchers, Philadelphia-based Heather Thomason of Primal Supply Meats about her chosen career. Thomason describes her transition from dancer to designer and finally to butcher in a way that makes this windy path seem inevitable. She also explains the importance of rotational grazing, and how this approach to farming can, in fact, improve the land rather than destroy it the way industrial farming does.
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