Preachy animal activists would love to see the day when no one eats Grandma’s veal parmigiana. The day when talk of veal osso bucco draws the sort of sneers reserved for filterless cigarettes and morning martinis.
Fortunately for the rest of us, they’ll probably never see it.
No matter how loudly animal activists shout about how supposedly “cruel” and “unethical” it is to eat veal, most Americans understand that humanely raised cows are meant to be eaten. And some of the most ethically devout among us find it perfectly acceptable to eat veal. Among them are two of the most compassionate and kindly individuals on the planet: His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI and His Holiness the Dalai Lama. They eat veal!
So while the anti-veal crowd sets out on its annual Mother’s Day Guilt Parade this weekend (for a creepy example, click here), we’re pushing back with a little dose of reality via a brand new website: HolyVeal.com.
The Pope and the Dalai Lama are leading by example. Being vegetarian is a fine choice, but so is eating veal. Why sit back while a few animal “rights” activists hijack the culinary world’s moral high ground?  The choice is yours: Take it from two of the holiest holy men alive.