cookimonster wrote: »
I don't pretend to know of the intricacies of pig farming but I do know why alot of the food safety regulations came into being and it wasn't all to do with modern food production. Many of the traditional practices of farming were no longer compatible with safe practices and many of the issues associated with food production are in fact historical.
But in the UK and Ireland they have been searching for it. They found it once in a wild animal (a fox) in 52 years.....and still you don't get the relevance of that fact. I won't repeat myself.
I do believe that after eating green mouldy sausage rolls, having a silver fish run under my black pudding, finding slugs and bird ****e on my salad, getting ill from a fried chicken outlet and a relation getting worms from purchased sandwiches (wash hands), .Every example you give above is why we have checks and balances in the food industry, if not it would be alot worse then the public perceive.
Really, .... well thanks, obviously when you can't put together a rational, cohesive and factual argument you just turn to smart and snide remarks.
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Bog Trotter99 wrote: »
What is it?
Feisar wrote: »
Can we all just agree that this is wrong!
Birdnuts wrote: »
Any time I got a bad gut on foreign holidays, it was always the chicken. I just avoid it now
minktrapper wrote: »
How much did you pay for it?
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Bog Trotter99 wrote: »
Pigs eat anything except onions. They will kill and eat birds and probably small animals if they can get them as well.
A pig is a domesticated boar many times bred for different reasons. At one time for fat but more today for meat. At one time for their young meat and other times for the older meat.
Bass Reeves wrote: »
Heard a very funny story about this. A lad near me with a few acres had bit of everything on the farm. He used fatten a few pigs. One year he got a load of young drakes from s lad that had laying ducks. He had about 70 at the start.
A few went missing and then a few more. He spend nights up watching for foxes, he made sure the ducks were locked up at night. But the ducks kept on disappearing.
This day he was back in his shed. The pugs were in there pen where they had Access to the outside. A duckling passed in front of the pig pen out came a pig snout grabbed the duck by the neck .By the to e he got to the Len there was only a few feathers left.
As he said most people have heard of duck stuffed with bacon but he has pork stuffed with ducks
Feisar wrote: »
I've minced ribeyes at home and cooked them up with a bit of pink in the middle. But I reckon I was wrong in my thinking. There's nothing special about a steak in terms of food safety. By mincing it I was mixing the outside of the cut with the inside.
Grizzly 45 wrote: »
As for rare beef.Cant get any rarer than raw steak tatare.Which is delicious, but needs to be shock frozen to kill off all parasites,and is even today risky with mad cow disease.I do like my steak "blue"ditto rare burger,but trying to get someone to cook such in a resturant is a problem,because of fear of litagation.So the idea of "undercooked pork" is going to be an even harder sell.
Melanchthon wrote: »
Your not going to cook away Mad Cow disease unless your turning meat to charcoal, it's caused by a prion (replicating protein) that requires properly high temperatures of 100+ C to deactivate.