Written by Michelle Kretzer
As it turns out, people are genuinely taken by
surprise when they find out where sausage meat comes from, as evidenced by this amusing Portuguese video showing what happens when a fake butcher pretends to make sausage
Obviously this is one of those "whacky" comedy shows where people get tricked into believing a scenario that's a conflict with reality i.e a camel driving a car, man disappears after he asks you to watch his dog, etc , etc.
This one raises a serious issue where people who eat animals are seriously offended when confronted with the reality of its origins. If people can eat their disgusting piles of charred flesh and not be bothered by how it came to be, then they'll keep eating it. But if they're shown how it's made and the suffering inflicted on those they consume then it becomes and ethical conflict. That's why we're kept as far away from that aspect of the meat industry, so we can distance ourselves from the horrors. Stop eating meat. Just knock it off.
If human can at least reduce their meat consumption, maybe the global warming can be reduced. Livestock produce a lot of CO2 which directly contribute to global warming.
Being a vegetarian is OK, vegetables s.a mushroom can also give the same nutritional value of meat.
People should try vegetarian food, I bet some of you will love it.
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