It's interesting, even just cutting out farmed ruminant meat from one's diet - a tiny cut compared to other diets - noticing just how much food has beef in it.
(I'm avoiding farmed ruminant meat in an attempt to reduce my carbon footprint, as farmed ruminant meat has by far the worst carbon footprint of most calorie sources. Exceptions are if the food would be wasted otherwise (the carbon has already been emitted), and wild ruminant meat reduces, not increases carbon footprint.)
The source I'm using on the emissions, BTW, is https://earthscience.stackexchange.com/a/10177 - which used the Climate Working Group's Meat Eater's Guide's numbers for embodied CO2 per kg of food product, and FDA numbers for calories per kg of food.
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