I recently read Jonathan Safran Foer's book Eating Animals. Although I was already a vegetarian, it did inspire me to be a better vegetarian - that is, I no longer eat fish and I am trying to cut back on dairy products. Before becoming vegetarian, I wrestled with the idea for quite a while. If this book were available at the time, I am sure it would have been hugely influential in my decision to stop eating meat.
I really cannot recommend the book highly enough, and I truly believe in what it says. Therefore, I have an offer: if you want to learn more about being a vegetarian, I want you to have a copy of the book. I only have a limited number of them, so this is an offer for the unconverted.
This is a very important issue to me, and I believe that the moral choice is obvious. I am convinced that my fellow humans would not support the factory farm industry if they were more aware of the conditions and the way that the animals are treated. This is my attempt to test that hypothesis.
There are no strings attached to this. Actual vegetarian conversion is not a condition, but if you find that the book has changed your life in some way, I would love to hear about it.
If you would like a copy of the book, please email me and we will work out the shipping details.