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Tír review: ‘Irish and sustainability are at the core of this Baggot Street lunch spot’

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I’m always surprised that people who claim to be animal lovers and grudge puppies have no problem eating heavily farmed pork and chicken, when they might not. Free-range and outdoor farming are more expensive, and while not without their nuances, they are a step in the right direction, although not a viable option for everyone. When the truth comes out, don’t ask why free-range chickens are so expensive, rather ask why intensively farmed chickens are so cheap.

I know most of the chicken used in foodservice is not Irish. The chicken in sandwiches you buy at gas stations and supermarkets, and in your fast-food favorite chicken fillet – our national dish – can be traced back to Brazil or Thailand Lan. That’s why food businesses that use Irish chicken put so much emphasis on this item in their menus.

https://www.independent.ie/life/food-drink/food-reviews/tir-review-irishness-and-sustainability-are-the-core-values-of-this-baggot-street-lunch-spot-41454342.html Tír review: ‘Irish and sustainability are at the core of this Baggot Street lunch spot’

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