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    Re: Nationwide meat recall announced

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    I completely agree. "Jesus wants you to have more babies, and god is anti-birth control." Could we be any more ridiculous as a species?
    You make it sound like it is only Christians... do you know why China has such a population crisis?!?!? And hint: it has nothing to do with the Abrahamic faiths...
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    Re: Nationwide meat recall announced

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    I guess from this sentence that you've never visited a factory farm to see where your food comes from...For the record, I grew up on a farm where we raised black angus cattle that we ate, so I'm no anti-meat whacko. However, no animal should live in the conditions I've seen on some of those farms.



    Neither am I, I abhor Vegetarianism and its hubris as if they would survive a week without society making thier lifestyle possible. That said, I abhor the factory farm just as much. Chicken? I don't think I have purposefully had perdue or tyson in over 10 years....

    Bell and evan's or empire Kosher I'll do in a pinch.... But none of that mass slaughtered nonsense soaking in a vat of bleach.




    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    I've never gotten sick from gulf oysters, but then, I only eat them raw from October - March, when the water is colder and less hospitable to bacteria. The rest of the year, we eat them steamed, with butter & garlic. Yum.


    Not a fan of cooked oysters..... I think gulf oysters are average at best. about on par with our local jersey flats that we get around here... Give me a wellfleet or a totten virginica any day of the week.
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    Re: Nationwide meat recall announced

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    A good friend of mine got e-coli from raspberries grown in Mexico when we were both on a business trip to San Diego. He was hospitalized for several days and nearly died. I got Hep A while I was pregnant with my son from plums grown in Chile. There's a good reason why I eat the way I do.


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    Re: Nationwide meat recall announced

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    Its what each of us have to decide for ourselves as "Acceptable risk"... I for one have cut out almost all processed foods from my family's diet. If I wan't ham, I buy fresh and from a local farm.
    I do what I can as well. Very few "pre-Made" anything anymore. With a few exceptions, like Johnsonville Beer Brats... cause I've yet to find an alternative that tastes as good Mesquite grilled
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    Re: Nationwide meat recall announced

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    Neither am I, I abhor Vegetarianism and its hubris as if they would survive a week without society making thier lifestyle possible. That said, I abhor the factory farm just as much. Chicken? I don't think I have purposefully had perdue or tyson in over 10 years....

    Bell and evan's or empire Kosher I'll do in a pinch.... But none of that mass slaughtered nonsense soaking in a vat of bleach.








    Not a fan of cooked oysters..... I think gulf oysters are average at best. about on par with our local jersey flats that we get around here... Give me a wellfleet or a totten virginica any day of the week.
    I buy Pilgrams Pride whole chickens, good stuff. And are you CRAZY REV??? Smoked Oysters for the win bro.
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    Re: Nationwide meat recall announced

    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post
    I buy Pilgrams Pride whole chickens, good stuff. And are you CRAZY REV??? Smoked Oysters for the win bro.
    well, i have to say, i'm a big fan of smoked oysters.

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    Re: Nationwide meat recall announced

    I am from New England... fresh lobsters and clams.... haddock... yum yum yum...
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    Re: Nationwide meat recall announced

    Quote Originally Posted by ludahai View Post
    And we would have an even worse global food problem than we already do...
    Maybe... or maybe not. There is so much waste here in NA, it's downright disgusting. But we do have some major problems to solve in the future, and one of them is over-population population. We are far too many to substantiate, especially with the growing issues of pollution, climate change and depletion of our agriculture soils.
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    Re: Nationwide meat recall announced

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    Its what each of us have to decide for ourselves as "Acceptable risk"... I for one have cut out almost all processed foods from my family's diet. If I wan't ham, I buy fresh and from a local farm.
    I have hardly any processed foods in my place. I used to buy salsa, beans, and the like. But now I only keep a couple cans for "emergencies" and I buy all my beans dried. No instant rice, etc. I'm working on my herb garden so I can always have fresh herbs. I have cinnamon sticks to even grind my own cinnamon. The only processed meats I have is bacon. I make my own salsa, going to start making my own mayo, pickles, relish, jams, etc. (I just need to learn how to start canning - working on that)


    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    Neither am I, I abhor Vegetarianism and its hubris as if they would survive a week without society making thier lifestyle possible. That said, I abhor the factory farm just as much. Chicken? I don't think I have purposefully had perdue or tyson in over 10 years....

    Bell and evan's or empire Kosher I'll do in a pinch.... But none of that mass slaughtered nonsense soaking in a vat of bleach.
    This is my only "bad" spot. The farmers I get my meat from only sell whole chickens. A whole chicken really does me no good, it would be a huge waste of chicken. I don't care for anything but the breast. So, I buy frozen, boneless chicken breasts at the grocery store. I can't really think of any way around that except to not have chicken at all.

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    Re: Nationwide meat recall announced

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    This is right on the heels of the egg recall, which begs the question: Do we continue with business as usual, or do we need more robust regulation when it comes to the processing of foods? Note that in both cases the companies have voluntarily pulled the product without the government ordering them to.

    Discussion?

    Article is here.
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    They're doing enough, a food recall here and there just means that we're human and can't possibly expect perfection out of this world.
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