Corby Kummer

Senior editor at The Atlantic and author of The Joy of Coffee

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Senior editor at The Atlantic and author of 'The Joy of CoffeeCorby Kummer is a journalist who writes primarily about food. He is a senior editor at The Atlantic magazine, where he writes a monthly food column, restaurant critic for Boston magazine

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When it comes to eating animals, why are we OK with some but repulsed by others? We eat cows, pigs, chickens… but not horses.

Why Don’t We Eat Horse Meat?

When it comes to eating animals, why are we OK with some but repulsed by others? We eat cows, pigs, chickens… but not horses.

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