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Friday, October 23, 2015

Red meat - the new wonder food

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The Daily Mail has yet another story on the great killer food debate. This time it's... hang on I've forgotten this week's diet narrative...

Forget red meat - you're more likely to get bowel cancer from eating CHOCOLATE: Leading colorectal surgeon on why he eats meat regularly - and how sugar is the true culprit

Ah yes, it's now red meat that leads to everlasting health and sugar causes a ghastly lingering death where your innards are slowly chewed to pieces by poisonous statistics. Something like that.

We eat a lot of fish and very little meat although I wouldn't turn my nose up at a hot beef cob with lots of fried onions. Will we die from a lack of red meat or would the occasional bacon cob ensure our survival? How about a beef and horseradish sandwich with a pint of real ale?

Why shouldn't the NHS dish out these little life-savers? Hot beef and onion cobs at the local doctor's surgery anyone?

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9 comments:

Paddington said...

We just shared a large steer with 3 friends.

Paddington said...

Past a certain age, the government should encourage drugs, drink, smoking and eating red meat.

Sackerson said...

The ones past a certain age may be the natural survivors, maybe the treatment should start earlier to weed out the weaklings before they start breeding.

Jim in San Marcos said...

Somehow, 4 people sharing 1,800 pounds of beef in one sitting escapes me.

Now if the steer was tied to a tree, the story has more credibility.

James Higham said...

I'm buying a lump of steak this week.

A K Haart said...

Paddington - was one of your friends Desperate Dan?

Sackers - baby food based on dripping?

Jim - sounds like heavy going to me too.

James - beef and stilton pie for us.





Paddington said...

An 1800 pound steer dressed out at about 1200 pounds, and no, it wasn't one sitting.

Jim in San Marcos said...

Paddington, I was just pulling your leg.

Beef is so expensive, that a lot of us have switched to chicken.

I'm sure you'll have many frends helping you to eat and enjoy it all.

Paddington said...

I know that. For us, the total cost came out at about $3.50 per pound, for locally and humanely-raised beef.