Pro-life zealots on the Berkeley City Council voted Tuesday night to pass a resolution supporting the city's position against the serving the deliciousness known as foie gras. The fattened liver dish, for those of you who don't know, is the plumped liver of a duck or goose that has been force-fed 20 percent of its healthy body weight. What it lacks in moral fiber, it more than makes up for in rich, full, savory flavor. After the vote, Berkeley Councilmember Jesse Arreguin whined to the Daily Cal, "The importance of this item is to raise awareness of the really inhumane practice of force-feeding geese and ducks to create foie gras." Restaurants serving the dish after the law goes into effect can be fined $1,000 per day. Tuesday's vote comes on the heels of San Francisco getting squeamish on the dish earlier this year. Also, for those of you curious about foie gras, you can taste it at one of these local restaurants that typically feature it on their menus.