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stewey 1:27 Sun Jan 12
Carnivores
Are we going to be social leper’s like smokers?
Just watched a couple of vegan sausage jockeys doing a tv cooking show ,plant based this plant based that,what a load of old shite they made

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icwhs 7:20 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
“Credible evidence to support that”

Judge Judy?

jooliandix 7:17 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
If I eat a vegan,does that count as plant based food ?

Exiled In Surrey 7:14 Sun Jan 12
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Chigwell 7:01 Sun Jan 12

Got any data or credible evidence to support that?

BRANDED 7:10 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
Most diets now days are merely an economic and ethical decisions. Whatever you want is available on line and you can chose whatever you want.

Here's some fantastic videos of animals being killed

https://www.kinderworld.org/videos/meat-industry/cow-slaughter/

Exiled In Surrey 7:07 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
Sven Roeder 1:52 Sun Jan 12

I think you refer to Piers Morgan and his reaction to Gregg's vegan products.

BRANDED 7:05 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
what would you supplement it with to stay healthy?

Chigwell 7:01 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
Most people who claim to vegan are in face vegetarian: they will happily drink a skinny latte or eat a (gluten-free, probably) vegetable quiche. Vegans used to be the extreme vegetarians who wouldn't touch any animal products, and needed to supplement their diet artificially in order to stay healthy.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 5:15 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
vegan nightmare

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 5:14 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
Jimmy T

Meat is still a relatively small part of our diet.

Many people today will have had Sunday lunch a vegan orgy, a veritable orgy of meat-lust. And yet, there is no meat in the carrots, parsnips, cabbages, spud (roasties or mash), apple pie or custard that form the vast bulk of the meal.

So fuck with your, 'comparitivelys' and your 'relativelys' and 'recentlys' and your 'mosts' and your 'mainlys' and other sneaky qualifiers and get yourself outside a nice bit of topside.

Toe Rag 5:07 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
What surprises me is that vegans are able to talk as much as they do with all that cock in their mouths?

Eerie Descent 5:03 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
"but PROBABLY a relatively small part until the innovation of farming"


Do you play darts in the dark, Jim?

JimmyT 5:01 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
We’re omnivores.

We have evolved to eat plants and meat.

Meat has always been a part of our diets, but probably a relatively small part until the innovation of farming.

It would appear, however, that the accurate reading of posts on a forum is a skill under-evolved in some primates.

Mike Oxsaw 5:01 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
Animals hang around in winter, when most (edible) plants die off.

Once the energy value of meat was realised, it's no surprise that hunting & eating it continued even after plants were available as food again.

From a risk/injury basis, as a tribe/hunting group, losing one or two individuals would be an acceptable cost for the tribe to survive.

I understand the longer term historical vegetarian argument, but I think the discovery of meat as a food source was simply a solution waiting for a problem. Winter/Ice Age(s) may have been the trigger/problem.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 4:58 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
JimmyT 4:35 Sun Jan 12

'In other words, I don’t think the evolution argument for eating a lot of meat really stands up to much scrutiny.'

Did we develop the omnivorous dental structure for no reason, then? Or did it just happen 150 years ago.

BRANDED 4:55 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
Almost no humans were eating a lot of meat even 150 years ago. It was a store of calories for the winter in temperate regions.

JimmyT 4:35 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
The evolution argument is an interesting one for carnivores to make since most evolutionary biologists seem to agree that plants made up the majority of our diets in the dim and distant past.

It makes sense: think of the enormous amount of calories that have to be expended to hunt an animal, not to mention the risk of failure and of injury. Much easier, less risky and calorie-efficient to forage for fruit, veg, nuts and the like.

In addition, most other primates exist primarily on plants, and in the case of gorillas solely on plants.

I think it is generally accepted that it wasn’t until the invention of farming - a relatively new development evolutionary speaking - that meat became a more central part of our diet.

In other words, I don’t think the evolution argument for eating a lot of meat really stands up to much scrutiny.

Sven Roeder 4:19 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
Born, Eerie

Then I’ve taken it to the NEXT LEVEL

Darby_ 4:16 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
I think you’re right, Nurse, that real meat will be used for special occasions, but I reckon that something like steak would be easy to fake one day.

Although you may be right about 3D printers being transformed into 3D ovens that deliver you something that looks and tastes like a roast turkey.

BRANDED 4:07 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
“Scratches arse”

Bungo 4:07 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
I shall open a secret backstreet speakeasy which will serve bacon rolls and sausage sandwiches.

Thank me later.

Nurse Ratched 4:05 Sun Jan 12
Re: Carnivores
*rolls eyes*

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