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  1. Which restaurants do foie gras right, or even "have foie gras"? I do not see it on menus often. My birthday is coming up and I want my foie gras starter! :-) Thank you.
  2. I cannot in good conscience defend the selfish practice of Le Gavage, but I can say with great confidence that on a global scale, the total amount of inhumanity involved in eating foie gras is dwarfed in comparison with the inhumane treatment of industrial livestock, chickens crammed into cages, etc. That said, so does eating shark fin soup and wearing a mink coat, and I wonder aloud if foie gras lovers (and I am one of them - sautéed foie gras may be my single favorite food) use this as an indefensible justification of what amounts to animal torture. Is this really any different than saying a single hate crime isn't that bad compared to genocide? Are people going to look back at this post in 250 years and compare it to Thomas Jefferson being concerned about treating his slaves humanely?
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