2. Food wrapped in plastic or Styrofoam is ethical only if you're an astronaut.
3. Know how the animal you eat was raised. You can lead an unexamined life, but your food cannot.
4. Transform your front lawn into a garden. (Be prepared for neighbors to consider you a fruitcake—or worse, a European.)
5. Unless your mom cooks from scratch, she has no business telling you what to eat.6. Nobody's health ever declined from eating unadvertised products.
7. Consider vegans a warning sign of ethical eating run amok.
8. Buying eleven-grain bread instead of seven-grain bread does not make you a better person.9. The $4.99 all-you-can-eat pancake special at IHOP is not an ethical meal, even without bacon.
10. If you have to eat in airports, don't. (But you already knew that.)
From "Eat No Evil," Alan Richman's account of thirty days spent trying to dine ethically in GQ's July 2010 issue