Do animals taste different based on their mood before slaughtering them?
Right now I’m writing a journal entry that requires me to reflect on animal welfare and the ethics that surround it. I’m thinking of adding a point where a guest speaker (if I recall correctly) said that animals that are free-range and are not stressed taste differently from their mass-produced, genetically-modified counterparts. Is there any evidence that supports this?
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