Among the many false claims about Rabbi Avraham Yitzkak HaCohen Kook is the assertion that he practiced vegetarianism.
Incorporating environmental concerns into to the Jewish dietary laws.
The author argues that our evolving religious sensibilities should bring us to recognize vegetarianism as a new mitzvah.
An American Reform rabbi argues that it is a mitzvah to refrain from eating meat.
Moral and theological implications of vegetarianism can be seen as a challenge to the rabbinic tradition.