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Ikea has halted sales of its meatballs in Sweden after meatballs set for
sale at its stores in the Czech Republic were found to contain
I don't know what the fuss is all about. It's just animal protein (unless there's a form of mad horse disease I haven't heard of).We've gone through cows, buffalo, bear, deer. You wants your meat, you gets your meat.
The fuss is because of a number of things:1) Truth in advertising. If you've paid to eat beef and it turns out you're actually eating pork, you've been lied to and possibly overcharged. Same with horse.2) Regulations on horses are different than on those animals that are destined for someone's table. So the horsemeat may contain elements that people aren't supposed to be eating.3) People may not want to eat horse. It's a lifestyle choice. If I don't want to eat cat and you fry up some Tabby and trick me into eating it by calling it chicken, you're an ass. I may on my own decide I'm going to eat a cat someday, but that's up to me to decide when and where, not some smarmy agribusiness owner who decides to cut costs by throwing stray cats into his product. Same thing here.
i don't buy pre-packaged meat on principle. plus i can make my own meatballs, which i did yesterday.
we already make our cattle eat dead chickens and other life forms... ungulates were born to be eating grass... soylent green is just a matter of time.we've made out food chain monstrous though "industry" and lack of humanity...we're the monsters. i'm going to go cuddle my cat. feralcrj
Is IKEA for hipsters? I thought it was for college students.
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