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No this is no trick photography my friends. Tumors are very common in our farm animals flesh, but the flesh is cleaned out on the outside and the meat is still salable. Ask any butcher.

There is nothing unusual with purulent tumors in the animal flesh you buy. They cut the tumor off and wash the pus away with a lot of bleach, then after it is cleaned out they sell it to you and you have steak or roast for dinner.

And the meat in your burgers or hotdogs is not any better and probably not cleaned out as "good" I know a guy who worked at a sausage / wiener factory, the things he saw.

DISGUSTING is all I can say Bon appétit folks!!!
And don't forget to share this with your buddies!
 

yellowarse

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This just goes to show that even vegetarians (herbivores) like cows are NOT immune to tumor and cancer.
Commercially farmed animals are no longer just fed grass, but given meat and bone meal ground from the carcasses of sick animals and abattoir byproducts, in addition to antibiotics, hormones and pesticide-containing commercial feeds.

That's why the incidence of tumours and mad cow disease has gone up in the last 2 to 3 decades.
 
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Commercially farmed animals are no longer just fed grass, but given meat and bone meal ground from the carcasses of sick animals and abbattoir byproducts, in addition to antibiotics, hormones and pesticide-containing commercial feeds.

That's why the incidence of tumours and mad cow disease has gone up in the last 2 to 3 decades.
Grains too. Thats why tonychat still become sick & retarded even though he sticks to a grass-eating crap diet
 

johnny333

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Commercially farmed animals are no longer just fed grass, but given meat and bone meal ground from the carcasses of sick animals and abbattoir byproducts, in addition to antibiotics, hormones and pesticide-containing commercial feeds.

That's why the incidence of tumours and mad cow disease has gone up in the last 2 to 3 decades.

I have nothing against eating meat but it is an expensive & unhealthy luxury:(

The same can be said for eating vegetables, There is just too much genetically modified foods, pesticides, coloring of fruits, .... out there.
 

yellowarse

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I have nothing against eating meat but it is an expensive & unhealthy luxury:(

The same can be said for eating vegetables, There is just too much genetically modified foods, pesticides, coloring of fruits, .... out there.
Going organic might be the answer, but organic produce is currently still pricey. With increasing awareness and higher demand, however, prices will come down with economies of scale.
 

johnny333

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Going organic might be the answer, but organic produce is currently still pricey. With increasing awareness and higher demand, however, prices will come down with economies of scale.

Despite the high cost I've noticed that the supermarket often runs out of fresh organic produce.

Don't expect prices to come down because it's a case of growing population & limited resources. Many small farms are being taken over by the big agri businesses & they will keep prices & profits high.
 
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Despite the high cost I've noticed that the supermarket often runs out of fresh organic produce.

Don't expect prices to come down because it's a case of growing population & limited resources. Many small farms are being taken over by the big agri businesses & they will keep prices & profits high.
To me organic is all bullshit, fad and over-rated. And by the way, how to verify? Just by the sticker on the package cover? Can trust?
 

johnny333

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To me organic is all bullshit, fad and over-rated. And by the way, how to verify? Just by the sticker on the package cover? Can trust?
Eating organic is an investment in future health. It's always healthier to eat food without all the man made ingredients e.g. pesticides, insecticides, hormones,...
It's up to the individual to decide if you are willing to invest in clean food:confused:

I wouldn't trust any Chinese organic foods :biggrin:
However the organic certification from countries like Australia & NZ are more trustworthy.
For example, I've noticed that the organic eggs from NZ have a darker egg yolk than the eggs from local sources. Some of the local eggs also have brittle shells.
 
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