Are you a vegetarian?


airfins

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Given nutritional concerns, meat producers are eager to have their products considered as "white", and the United States National Pork Board has positioned their product as "Pork. The Other White Meat", alongside poultry and fish; however, meats which are red when raw and turn white on cooking, like pork, are categorized by the United States Department of Agriculture as red meats.[2][3] This categorization is controversial as some types of fish, such as tuna, are red when raw and turn white when cooked; similarly, certain types of poultry that are sometimes grouped as "white meat" are actually "red" when raw, such as duck and goose. The debate is mainly one of semantics as nutritionists consider all meat from mammals to be "red meat" while this is not the case in other fields such as husbandry, biology, genetics, physiology, etc.[citation needed]
 

ArchRival

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My favourite cooking show:

[video=youtube;eovuIfeH2k4]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eovuIfeH2k4[/video]
 

MarkersNg

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I heard plants can feel pain when being eaten, just the same as animals. So to prevent myself from being embroiled in anymore controversy, I decided to just drink water.




But I was afraid someone would tell me that by drinking water, the bacteria in the water also can feel pain.






So now I eat air everyday.
 

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