who's lying now? If you "read the background" as you claim you would see it was first used in dog food. The company in question found a way to make it accetable for human consumption.
Safe? Well that's all relative isn't it? Given that we see reports each and every day on this or that proccessed food additive leading to myriad of health problems. "safe" isn't a word I would use....
acceptable? Sure, safe in moderation, maybe, but i'll leave the poison to your ilk, if I can't kill it, grow it, gather it. Or make it from what I grow kill or gather, i don't eat it.
read up chumley, who decided to make it personal an emotional? That was you chief. (you, "you)
When you find one, you can talk to them then. For now you're stuck with me.
I said you can eat all the dog food you want. I simply do not care. (that's a you, "you")
Just don't add this fake procceced crap to my meat and pretend you are selling me ground chuck. You're not, your sellin me a meat filled with amoniad beef by products.
(that's a general "you", in case you get your irish up)
you: "food is anything the fda says it is, process the hell out of it, inject it with chemicles, its food"I didn't call you irrational. I said that you've failed to make a rational argument for your distinction of what is "real" food.
The Good Reverend: "food is what one can grow, kill, and gather, and what you can make with these things, i don't consider artifical products and over procced garbage "food"".
You; "yer irrational"....
You're in discussion with me though and I've repeatedly stated that I'm in favour of better labelling. This isn't a relevant aspect to our discussion (maybe you're too "enraged with emotion" to keep track ).
you don't know me very well, I can assure you good sir, The Good Reverend is rarely "enraged"....
I am glad however, that you support labeling the dog food you eat, when the try to hide it in my ground beef.
That clearly isn't all you hate. You appear to hate the existence of the product at all. I can understand not wanting to eat it on the ick factor alone and I can understand wanting to be able to choose fresh, unprocessed food (at least as an option) but I can't see the rational in condemning it as "dog food", "crap" and "not food" without any form of structured technical backing.
how many times do I have to say that you can eat all the dog food you want before you get that while hating a product, i fully support its existance and your right to shove it down your gullet.
What I don't support is deceptive business practices trying to hide it from people who eat better than you (that was a you, you )
not really, how much bleach do you like in your food?Depending on the concentration and form, probably the acid but that's completely irrelevant to the processes we're talking about.