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Tammi Jonas (photo) became a vegetarian in the 1970s after reading the popular book & # 39; Animal Liberation & # 39; from Peter Singer

& # 39; The cent has fallen & # 39 ;: meets the loyal vegetarian who became addicted to meat after eating a single hamburger – and then became a BUTCHER

  • Tammi Jonas became a vegetarian in the 1970s after reading & # 39; Animal Liberation & # 39;
  • The 49-year-old was a dedicated vegetarian for ten years, until she became pregnant
  • One day after she had chewed a hamburger, she often started to eat beef and lamb
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Tammi Jonas (photo) became a vegetarian in the 1970s after reading the popular book & # 39; Animal Liberation & # 39; from Peter Singer

Tammi Jonas (photo) became a vegetarian in the 1970s after reading the popular book & # 39; Animal Liberation & # 39; from Peter Singer

A woman who lived as a vegetarian for 10 years felt so hungry for meat when she was pregnant with her third child that she started eating meat again and became a butcher.

Tammi Jonas, 49, became a vegetarian in the 1970s after reading the popular book & # 39; Animal Liberation & # 39; by Peter Singer and was shocked when he heard about the treatment of farm animals.

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For a decade, the local Eganstown in Victoria committed to a vegetarian diet, but only when she became pregnant for the third time in her thirties did everything change.

& # 39; I had been pregnant twice before, but this was different the third time and I became dangerously anemic & # 39 ;, she told Daily Mail Australia.

One day after he brought down a hamburger at work, the mother of three was addicted.

Although she admitted it took a while before she started eating pork and poultry, Mrs. Jonas thought she & # 39; fantastic & # 39; after eating beef and lamb.

Although she admitted it took a while before she started eating pork and poultry, Mrs. Jonas thought she & # 39; fantastic & # 39; after eating beef and lamb (photo: Mrs. Jonas with a piece of meat)

Although she admitted it took a while before she started eating pork and poultry, Mrs. Jonas thought she & # 39; fantastic & # 39; after eating beef and lamb (photo: Mrs. Jonas with a piece of meat)

Although she admitted it took a while before she started eating pork and poultry, Mrs. Jonas thought she & # 39; fantastic & # 39; after eating beef and lamb (photo: Mrs. Jonas with a piece of meat)

& # 39; I felt healthier because I gave my body what it needed & she said.

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& # 39; But I was careful where I got my meat from. & # 39;

Jonas came from a farming family in Oregon before migrating to Australia. She explained that she wanted to make a farm and a butcher so that consumers had the option of choosing ethical options.

& # 39; The penny fell and we realized that we would become farmers, and for me I knew pigs immediately because they are among the worst handled in industrial systems, & # 39; she said 10 daily.

Mrs. Jonas explained that she wanted to make a farm and a butcher, so that consumers had the option to choose ethical options (photo: Mrs. Jonas with a big sausage)

Mrs. Jonas explained that she wanted to make a farm and a butcher, so that consumers had the option to choose ethical options (photo: Mrs. Jonas with a big sausage)

Mrs. Jonas explained that she wanted to make a farm and a butcher, so that consumers had the option to choose ethical options (photo: Mrs. Jonas with a big sausage)

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Mrs. Jonas and her husband Stuart have been running Jonai Farms and Meatsmiths for eight years.

Mrs. Jonas describes her farming practices at Daily Mail Australia as ethical and holistic.

She explained that no harmful chemicals are used in her farming practices, and the animals live as they would if they were not on a farm at all.

& # 39; Some people will draw an ethical line that killing is bad, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; But I don't believe that – I don't think killing an animal for consumption is unethical if it has had a good life. & # 39;

Mrs. Jonas and her husband Stuart have been running Jonai Farms and Meatsmiths for eight years (photo: Mrs. Jonas, left, with her butcher)
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Mrs. Jonas and her husband Stuart have been running Jonai Farms and Meatsmiths for eight years (photo: Mrs. Jonas, left, with her butcher)

Mrs. Jonas and her husband Stuart have been running Jonai Farms and Meatsmiths for eight years (photo: Mrs. Jonas, left, with her butcher)

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