"Butchering and eating animals may not be called kindness, but eating soy burgers that rely on pesticides and fertilizers precipitates destruction too. You don't have to eat meat, but you should have the good judgment to relinquish the high horse. There is no such thing as guilt-free eating."
— New York chef Dan Barber, from a recent Wall Street Journal interview about his perspectives on food, heath and the environment. He added, there "isn't one answer" to the definition of a healthy diet, which "depends on where you live and (what) time of year it is."