I'm considering a shift to a more ethical diet (by my own standards) which would make me lean more toward vegetarian as free range meats are so expensive. So some sort of inverse of meatless Mondays. I think I'll at least experiment for the next month or so while local produce is cheap and plentiful.
Edit: just saw the op so I'll expand.
I see ethical eating as sort of a goal to work toward and not any kind of absolute standard I impose on myself or others. I have a lot of serious issues with industrial agriculture and the treatment of animals. I also see purchasing local ethical food as an investment in the community and a part of redemptive action that restores the relationship between humans and the earth and humans and animals. I don't have any issues with eating animals. The better treated they and the happier they are then the tastier they'll be.