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The Green Quote: Sarah Silverman Shares Her Story Of Vegetarianism

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sarah-silverman-cc08“When I was 9 or 10 years old, my dad took me over to a neighboring farm to help get stuff for the meal. The farmer, Vic, told me to look at all the turkeys and pick one out. I saw a cute one with a silly walk and cried, ‘Him!’ Before my pointing finger had even dropped to my side, Vic had grabbed the turkey by the neck and slit [the animal’s] throat. Blood and feathers went flying. I had sentenced that turkey to death! Up until then, I didn’t know where meat came from—and I’ve been a vegetarian ever since.”

Sarah Silverman recounting what first made her go vegetarian. Yesterday we told you that Silverman wanted to end world hunger. Did you know that it takes up to 16 pounds of grain to produce just 1 pound of edible animal flesh? Learn more about how going VEG can help end world hunger at GoVeg.com.

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