The vegetarian activist group PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) recently sent San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee a letter requesting that the city change the name of its historic Tenderloin district to a less meaty moniker (like, say, the Tempeh District), reports the New York Times. Tempeh, a soy-based meat substitute often used in vegetarian cooking, is something the famously liberal city is well known for. Lee and the other city leaders demurred, noting that the word ...

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