Meat alternatives / ethical protein

source: local ♦ tags: #food #health ||

#1 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-06-02 06:47

Eating one of those "Impossible Burgers" now. Seasoned it well, threw it on the grill for about 5 minutes, and put it in the fridge for a midnight snack.

got to say, grilling it was a great decision; seasoning it, too. Seems like it would be bland AF if I just threw it in a pan and ate it, even if I added cheese and pickles.

#2 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-06-03 15:21

You haven't lived till you eat cold tofu out of the package. Maybe some sriracha or soy sauce on it.

#2,1 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-06-03 22:58 🌎 rip

'impossible burgers' are hyperprocessed industrial bio-products not dissimilar to dog food. in the wider view of what is required to produce this kind of degrading slop they call 'food' and feed to humans, an 'impossible burger' is far less ethical than a regular burger.

it's not unethical to kill and eat. if you're concerned about how the lesser beings are treated, then buy higher quality meat from local farms where you can literally look at the cows in the field and see that they're happy, in their lane, moisturized, and thriving - doing their job, which is becoming burgers.

god made this world, he made the rabbits that the wolves eat and the wolves, he made the cows and he made the humans and put us in charge. you can not be really healthy without some meat in your diet.

#3 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-06-04 08:57

Tempeh is really tasty. The trick is to season it first imo.

#4 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-07-02 21:26

I like mushrooms fine, but it's harder to get excited about eating some fried mushrooms as you can about fried meat.

#4,1 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-07-03 15:56 🌎 rip


#4,2 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-07-03 17:40 🌎 rip

Vegan diets aren't healthy, but that also doesn't mean you need to eat meat 20 times a week.

#5 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-07-03 20:14

Wtf plz no show vegan and buub


Always tempeh
Or yugurt


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