France Questions the Foie Gras Tradition
While America feasted on turkey and cranberries over the holidays, no French table was without the traditional dish of foie gras. Literally translated, foie gras means "fat liver" and is the fattened liver of ducks and geese that have been overfed. While the creamy, pâté-like product is a billion-dollar industry in France, some are beginning to question the ethics behind its production. Eleanor Beardsley reports.
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