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- Dec 11, 2003
Or just food shop at M&S - they are too posh to sell horse anything but intentionally
In the same way that Findus Ireland product came from the UK. But didn't, because of secondary supply from Poland. Being manufactured in Sweden is no guarantee of quality (have you tasted IKEA food?), because the same EU food hygiene laws apply.Actually the findus finland department said they don't have any horse products for sale, findus finland products come from sweden
I believe it's SGS who tests all products in finland(might be others too), but products go through screening.
Yeap, but UK incidents don't apply to all countries. This incident is ofcourse wrong, should've told people it's horse, but it doesn't imply fault in allIn the same way that Findus Ireland product came from the UK. But didn't, because of secondary supply from Poland. Being manufactured in Sweden is no guarantee of quality (have you tasted IKEA food?), because the same EU food hygiene laws apply.
You make a big one fresh, then split it into 6 or 8 meals and freeze what you don't eat. When you want a lasagne after that, bosh, 5 minutes in the microwave. Home-cooked lasagne with ingredients you can identifyhell if i'm making lasagna from freshly sliced cow every time i feel like one
It doesn't exclude it. But beyond that - even if Findus Finland is actually a beef product - what sort of totally legal but low-quality brain scrapings are you prepared to put up with?but it doesn't imply fault in all
Pretty much the whole black&white of it, just the same as the sanctimonious vegan preaching on how they are better people and lols to the restWhat part of it?
The part where I point out that ready meals are made with brain-scrapings and incredibly low quality meat even when they're meeting the legal requirements?
Someone doesn't know how cheap ket can be At least, when I was younger it could easily be obtained for about the same price as a frozen lasagne.Great. I won't need to buy any Ketamine this weekend, just some lasagne for a fraction of the price.
And I actually checked Surimi ingridients and it was 35% fish (cod) and egg/water/etcetc for 65%Well this processed crap has gone to far. Was buying crayfish tails in herbsauce, said on the packaging big font Crayfish tails. Turned it over read the ingredient list, no crayfish what so ever, 100% surimi in the crayfish lookalike. Checked the prawns next to it, in garlic sauce, same there surimi...
What black and white? I've stated many times that you can never be 100% sure - but that you can hedge your bets by choosing fresh readily identifiable product.Pretty much the whole black&white of it
I walk c9000 on non gym days (I wear a fitbit) the most I have done was on a travel day when I was able to gym I the morning and I did over 20k....TdC said:tbh I think his point is that the average lifestyle of the average american makes the average american fat. I was most shocked by the 5k steps / two miles thing, and iirc he also had to take a cab for anything over 5 minutes distance. I wonder how much *I* walk?
Yeah its not so bad except in countries like the UK where horsemeat isnt part of our diet due to taboo's - so far its only been found in Czech.I made meatballs at the weekend. They were smashing.
I did wonder at the time as the ones you buy are called meatballs, technically they could put whatever animal they like in them as they would still be meatballs, not beefballs.