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    The career that caught my eye was a butcher or meat processor. A butcher or a meat processor will cut, trim, bone, tie and grind meats such was beef, pork, and lamb ready to be cooked. A meat processor slaughters, weighs, wraps and labels the different cuts of meat. They will also prepare a special order or a special cut requested by the customer. A butcher and meat processor would fall under the green agriculture, food and natural resources sector of the circle. It falls under the green…

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    Meat Eating Vs Veganism

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    Despite biased opinions by vegans, would it surprise someone that meat-eating is essential for optimal health? Recently, much controversy has risen surrounding the battle of vegans and meat-eaters. There are statistics standing on both ends of this debate. Following this is one of the biggest questions about the effect they have on the human body. Meat-eating is a better food source for required nutrients and proteins over veganism. First, animal food sources contain larger factors of proteins…

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    majority of this meat. These factory farms unethically produce meat at low prices, which leads Americans to consume animals at alarming rates. The U.S. government must slowly shift from subsidizing factory farms that produce unethical low cost meat to higher priced organic farms certified with the United States Department of Agriculture’s organic seal of approval. This will reduce meat consumption, damage to the…

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    Kelsi Applewhite ANSC 3390-Processed Meats Fall 2015 Exam II Due on or before Tuesday December 8th by 5:00pm— Email typed answers to tanner.machado@tamuk.edu 1. (20 pts) Cooking is cooking. Describe what happens to water in meat products as the meat is cooked, and also describe why you need to understand the dimensions (width x length x height) of your meat product to understand cooking times. Provide at least 2 examples of products with different dimensions and how they are impacted. a.…

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    monopolies are growing, the process of meat production has gotten much less intimate and a whole lot more like factory farming. This means that since meat companies want to make as much profit as possible by squeezing as many livestock as they can into one space, they have to find a way to reduce sickness and death because such a large amount of animals are living in close quarters. Their solution: antibiotics, which is bad news for us. “The Antibiotics Problem in Meat,” written by Olga Khazan…

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    you eat the meat of an innocent animal, which has more potential than to end up on a plate? When you see a horse, do you think of as a meal? Or to fulfill someone's dreams of the perfect, innocent horse which only wants one thing and that is to please. Would you break the law to slaughter masses of potential olympic athletes or kill the dreams of horse racing? Majority of us would deny eating or even trying horse meat but to europe it's a delicacy, the french appetite for horse meat originated…

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    Eating Meat Argument Essay

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    gives them the energy to do their work. Children would rather eat meat than vegetables. Why is that? Do they know what is in the meat that is good for them? The answer is no. Not a lot of children know what they are eating and usually only eat what they like. However, they start to change their eating habits when they grow. Eating meat is not really a problem for everyone, but there are many problems caused by consuming too much meat. But the biggest I think that it could lead to health issues,…

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    Horse Meat Issues Essay

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    Issues Involving Horse Meat The Food Safety Authority of Ireland tested a range of beef-burgers and ready meals from supermarkets in November 2012, for the presence of DNA from other species. The DNA of horses were found in over one/third of the burgers and 85% of them had a presence of pig DNA. There were never any tests done for horse meat in beef products before there wasn’t an expectation of it being in beef. After retesting for a few months, the findings were finalized on January 15, 2013.…

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    Against Meat Foer Summary

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    The theme, food moralizing, highlights different types of moralizing on food and eating, representing external and internal dimensions of the moral space of food. Jonathan Safran Foer, author of an article called “Against Meat” has a grandmother who grew up during WWII and during this time there was very little food to eat. Food, for her, was “terror, dignity, gratitude, vengeance, joy, humiliation, religion, history, morals, and of course, love” (Foer 450). Food has different meaning to many…

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    There is a difficult situation between eating meat and the fact that animals are being killed for their meat. There are some people who both eat meat and at the same time also care about animals, which this can be interpreted as the meat paradox. Many people are fully aware of the conditions animals are being put through just for their meat. Whether or not people realize where meat comes from or the circumstances the animals go through, they still eat meat because it tastes good. Many people do…

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