Das Fleischparadox: Warum es so schwerfällt, auf Fleisch zu verzichten

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Bild 3: Abbildung erstellt von Benjamin Buttlar. Bilder der Lebensmittel aus Blechert, Meule, Busch und Ohla (2014).

Bild 4: Fotograf und Rechteinhaber: Fabian Schönsiegel

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