Goulash without guilt
Between hedonistic carnivores and belligerent vegans, a new movement seeks a middle road: eating meat from animals raised in a humane manner.
Lior Levi emerges from his family home, which he built with his own two hands with wooden planks. He takes a path that leads to his pasture, which stands out in its greenery amid the yellow thistle-covered fields all around. His flock is already munching millet leaves, teff (a staple Ethiopian cereal), purslane and Rhodes grass. One sheep detaches from the herd and follows its master.