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117- Actually, I bought some bacon that was on sale at the market a few months ago, and it was far too salty for me to even eat! Imagine my sorrow to waste not just any food, but bacon! Now I could understand why the cost was slashed to steep. But I went back to the bacon I normally get, and it tasted just fine. So, there is some difference between brands, it seems.
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129, we've tried different brands. I just don't like anything that's salty in general. The texture also creeps me out. I tend to not like a lot of foods that Americans generally love. Hot dogs? Nope. The fact that it's basically a meat paste alarms me. yogurt? For some reason, I hate the texture. especially when it has fruit. hamburgers? nope. I don't even know why I don't like them. Chicken pot pie? ick. The fact that it's creamy and chunky does nothing to earn it any points. It also doesn't help that my brother is unhealthily obsessed with bacon, and adds it into almost every single food my family makes. Even the food that my brother hates? He'll add bacon just to annoy me. It's just a personal preference. I mean, occasionally I'll eat a piece of bacon maybe 3 times a year, but I end up having to force myself to finish it. I tend to like Nigerian foods over American foods, and Nigerian foods don't really utilize bacon.
Seems that anyone that goes against the masses automatically gets thumbed down but whatever. Thumb away. Why do so many people want to dictate what another person should or shouldn't like? Bacon is mostly fat. If you like a mouthful of greasy fat-- more power to you. I always prefer eating leaner meats and if I were to eat bacon, I always pull the meat off the fat which leaves next to nothing left. It's just not appealing to me. Free feel to enjoy my portion.
I'm probably going to get down voted on saying this, but I'll say it any way. Why does it matter how our food is treated? Does a lion ask the gazelle if its neck is getting eaten humanely? As long as it's a healthy pig I don't care how it lives. I'm just saying...
@80 personally I eat mean, and I have no problem with killing animals for food. The difference is a lion hunts for it's prey, kills and eats it. The lion does not keep its prey in tiny cages *insert other animal cruelty instances here*. I buy all my meat from local farmers who I know treat the animals well before the slaughter house. To me it really does matter. When I see an animal I don't just see a steak, I see a living being that deserves decency. That being said I do eat meat, I just make sure everything is done as humanly as possible.
Because we as people have the power to control how we treat our animals. The lion doesn't make the animal slowly suffer for days on end-- in order to make it taste better by caging it up to keep it tender and feed it drugs and antibiotics just so it wouldn't die in those conditions. If you knew how veal (and other animals) were kept for its meat and don't think it's cruel??? than I'd say you're jaded or care more about your fatten belly.
#130 Predators like lions may not make their preys suffer (mostly because they don't hunt, they send lioness to do it) but there are some big assholes out there. Lions sometimes eat their own cubs. People like #80 agree only with the part of killing and eating. They don't agree with the entire lifestyle of a lion itself. They are just looking for an excuse to their consumption. Will you have multiple women, fuck them whenever you want, send them to get food and then eat your own babies? I think not, and if you do you should see a therapist.
144, 80 was comparing the way people kill animals vs lions (could have been any other predator to make that exact same point). I was just pointing out our differences with that wild animal. Do you need me to point out more differences with your crazy analogy about what we were talking about? Feel free to PM me so you look less foolish on here.
#158 I know dude. Don't you get my point? let me put it simple. 80 said "If a lion (predator) doesn't care I shouldn't care either". If you agree so much with the predator lifestyle why don't you live like them? see? You can't say that because is a totally different thing. Eat meat? great I don't care but you should say "I, myself, me. I don't care about animals suffering" period. And for you I was just pointing out that there are big assholes in the animal kingdom, nothing more.
Great points all around guys, except for Edumcg, you're creepy. The only thing I know about lions is that they tackle gazelles. Keep your rape fantasies to yourself. Anyways, I don't really eat meat, I'm a pescatarien mostly, with the exception of eating the occasional chicken. But, on point, I don't approve of modified meat. But if raising them in nicer confines is better for the animal and makes better meat then I see your points. My main opinion though on the whole thing is that people shouldn't rag on what people do or don't like to eat. Pigs, unfortunately, will get slaughtered in an endless cycle to appease the masses that eat them. This is true, but if raising them in nice confines makes them better meals then I see why I am wrong in my previous post. What I'm trying to say is that people shouldn't be preachy about how animals get killed left and right. If that makes sense. End rant ;).
And also, lions usually only have one mate. (Not always of course) and the lionesses hunting is because they are faster runners and more lean and agile. But yeah, lions don't eat their own cubs. I thought I should point that out before all of FML starts to believes that false fact.
so I need to point out that plants are not treated good either. They are also place unset extreme conditions including the organic ones. The major proof is the food borne diseases (not saying this does not happen to meat), but people need to realize it happens to plants too. (/sigh start the down voting)
I don't like bacon and my wife doesn't like coffee.
If that is your greatest downfall in life, consider yourself lucky.
It might be too salty for him. Try turkey bacon or chicken bacon and wean him into the good old regular, delicious bacon!