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8 minutes ago, BobBKK said:

You really can eat raw pig or cow?

Steak tartar, usually made from raw beef or horse, and served with raw egg.

Sushi is quite popular, that's raw fish.

 

I prefer my carrots/peas/beans/turnips/etc. cooked.

I guess if you're hungry you'll eat anything available, most of us have so much choice we've become faddy eaters, some taking it to the extremes of mental illness.

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Just now, Joe Mcseismic said:

Try eating a nice piece of fillet steak raw. It just melts in your mouth.....mmmmmm.

Or, how about that well known raw meat dish called steak tartar.

Any tough meat can be eaten raw if tenderized first.

 

Educate yourself before making a fool out of yourself.

Oh Chimps 'tenderize' now do they? the argument is moronic

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14 minutes ago, BobBKK said:

No but i can eat apples, carrots and bananas. You really can eat raw pig or cow?  I call that BS. I made a perfectly valid point and you deflect again. I just proved that Chimps can eat raw and we cannot - we can only eat by COOKING - Chimps can do that can they?  Just listen to yourself.

Ever heard about filet american ? raw meat plenty of people eat it. Plenty of native people also eat raw intestines. So just give up we are omnivores not herbivores not carnivores. 

https://www.thedutchtable.com/2011/04/filet-americain.html

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14 minutes ago, BobBKK said:

Oh Chimps 'tenderize' now do they? the argument is moronic

Chimps eat meat, they don't need to tenderize because they have stronger teeth and stronger jaw muscles.

 

You do no favours to your cause. You won't change anyone's mind by insulting them, trying to make them feel guilty, or denying easily verifiable facts.

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26 minutes ago, Joe Mcseismic said:

Chimps eat meat, they don't need to tenderize because they have stronger teeth and stronger jaw muscles.

 

You do no favours to your cause. You won't change anyone's mind by insulting them, trying to make them feel guilty, or denying easily verifiable facts.

I insulted who? YOU were the one doing the insulting. I see you all avoid the world hunger issue. But I cant make a silk purse...

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13 minutes ago, alan grice said:

Only thing bad about it, Vegetarians are such a pain in the but for some reason


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Yeah.......preachy, evangelical, convinced of the righteousness of their own point of view and dismissive of all dissenting views. They love to try to twist facts, but, facts are stubborn things that snap back into shape.

 

The year I was born, there were 2.7 billion people on the planet. Now there are over 7 billion people.

Meat eaters aren't the problem. Overpopulation is responsible for all our problems. Global warming, pollution, deforestation, habitat destruction, vegetarianism and many other things. Man as a species refuses to address this problem as it is too prickly, so nature will probably do something about it.

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45 minutes ago, Joe Mcseismic said:

Yeah.......preachy, evangelical, convinced of the righteousness of their own point of view and dismissive of all dissenting views. They love to try to twist facts, but, facts are stubborn things that snap back into shape.

 

The year I was born, there were 2.7 billion people on the planet. Now there are over 7 billion people.

Meat eaters aren't the problem. Overpopulation is responsible for all our problems. Global warming, pollution, deforestation, habitat destruction, vegetarianism and many other things. Man as a species refuses to address this problem as it is too prickly, so nature will probably do something about it.

 

One day meat eating will be seen as barbaric but now go and console yourself you are right to ignore the misery and pain of animals. No point continuing this debate and I leave you to karma.

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6 minutes ago, BobBKK said:

 

One day meat eating will be seen as barbaric but now go and console yourself you are right to ignore the misery and pain of animals. No point continuing this debate and I leave you to karma.

Oh, thank Gawd for that.......

 

I'm sure that one day people will be horrified that we had to manually steer our own cars killing tens of thousands of people annually instead of leaving it to AI.

In both cases, that day has not yet come.

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1 minute ago, BobBKK said:

 

One day meat eating will be seen as barbaric but now go and console yourself you are right to ignore the misery and pain of animals. No point continuing this debate and I leave you to karma.

What about animals that eat other animals , will they be getting karma as well ?

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Just now, sanemax said:

What about animals that eat other animals , will they be getting karma as well ?

Yeah.......that's where his argument kinda falls down.

I don't really believe in Karma anyway. How do say Beetles go up and down the Karmic ladder?

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