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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 09, 2022

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One of the highlights of having brunch at Berkeley Social Club is the Millionaire's Bacon. It is thick cut and flavorful — sweet, smoky, and lightly spiced.
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One of the highlights of having brunch at Berkeley Social Club is the Millionaire's Bacon. It is thick cut and flavorful — sweet, smoky, and lightly spiced.
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Charcuterie boards are great for providing a plethora of different snacks that will appeal to everyone and can be totally personalized to include whatever you want, which make them the absolute perfect treat to prepare for a girls' night in. Here are some ideas for how to put together the perfect charcuterie board!
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Charcuterie boards are great for providing a plethora of different snacks that will appeal to everyone and can be totally personalized to include whatever you want, which make them the absolute perfect treat to prepare for a girls' night in. Here are some ideas for how to put together the perfect charcuterie board!
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This fun dish will make it so that even though you got 99 problems, baked pasta ain’t one. Get ready to impress your guests with this perfect entrée.
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This fun dish will make it so that even though you got 99 problems, baked pasta ain’t one. Get ready to impress your guests with this perfect entrée.
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I segued back into my former omnivore lifestyle with a pescatarian diet. After a few days, I moved past seafood. At first it was easy; I could detach myself from the animal. But then it wasn’t. As silly as it seemed, my meaty meals challenged my moral premise. I often woke up full, more from shame than from the meat itself. If I ate seafood the night before, I spent my mornings considering the water pollution offset by overfishing and farming fish. On a more emotional level, I thought about the fish and their fish lives, drifting in water only to be caught and eaten. I thought about what made me entitled to eating another sentient being. What was it about being human? Did my willpower snap in half under the weight of what others told me was simply natural for me to engage in?
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I segued back into my former omnivore lifestyle with a pescatarian diet. After a few days, I moved past seafood. At first it was easy; I could detach myself from the animal. But then it wasn’t. As silly as it seemed, my meaty meals challenged my moral premise. I often woke up full, more from shame than from the meat itself. If I ate seafood the night before, I spent my mornings considering the water pollution offset by overfishing and farming fish. On a more emotional level, I thought about the fish and their fish lives, drifting in water only to be caught and eaten. I thought about what made me entitled to eating another sentient being. What was it about being human? Did my willpower snap in half under the weight of what others told me was simply natural for me to engage in?
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