Check out the infographic that exposes exactly what the meat industry is hiding inside that burger.

Check out the infographic that exposes exactly what the meat industry is hiding inside that burger.

The website the meat industry DOESN’T want you to see. Can YOU handle the truth? [GRAPHIC] http://peta.vg/1kr

The website the meat industry DOESN’T want you to see. Can YOU handle the truth? [GRAPHIC] http://peta.vg/1kr

(via Fox News)
Chicken, ground beef are riskiest meats, report finds

The report, from the advocacy organization Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), ranks meat products based on their likelihood of causing severe illness.

(via Fox News)

Chicken, ground beef are riskiest meats, report finds

The report, from the advocacy organization Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), ranks meat products based on their likelihood of causing severe illness.

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Will You Eat In Vitro Meat?
Many people—including vegans, who don’t eat animal-based foods—are salivating for in vitro meat. And when you think about our current method of meat production and its harmful impact on animals and the environment, it’s easy to understand why.
(via The Environmental Blog) 

Photo: Fabrice de Nola | cc by 2.0 

Will You Eat In Vitro Meat?

Many people—including vegans, who don’t eat animal-based foods—are salivating for in vitro meat. And when you think about our current method of meat production and its harmful impact on animals and the environment, it’s easy to understand why.

(via The Environmental Blog

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“The worst part of the year for me was when we took some [cows] off to sell, because they would cry for each other for a couple of days. That’s why I don’t eat meat.” - Carrie Underwood

© StarMaxInc.com

“The worst part of the year for me was when we took some [cows] off to sell, because they would cry for each other for a couple of days. That’s why I don’t eat meat.” - Carrie Underwood

Europeans were appalled when they discovered that they were eating horsemeat. What other disturbing things are in meat? 

Europeans were appalled when they discovered that they were eating horsemeat. What other disturbing things are in meat

Human rights = animal rights 
(via peta2)

Using an acre of land to raise cattle for slaughter gives people only 20 lbs of meat. That same amount of land would grow 365 lbs. of protein-rich soybeans.
17 times more people could be saved from starvation. Make the connection, go vegan. 
Snap a pic of your own “empty plate” and submit it to peta2 to earn Street Team points for free goodies!

Human rights = animal rights 

(via peta2)

Using an acre of land to raise cattle for slaughter gives people only 20 lbs of meat. That same amount of land would grow 365 lbs. of protein-rich soybeans.

17 times more people could be saved from starvation. Make the connection, go vegan.

Snap a pic of your own “empty plate” and submit it to peta2 to earn Street Team points for free goodies!

One of the most interesting—and controversial—fields in tech these days involves in vitro meat. By growing our meat in labs from animal cells—so the theory goes—we could eventually wean ourselves off our dependence on livestock as a protein source. One day, we may even be able to print our steaks and chops from a 3D printer.

Consumer Reports is sounding the alarm over the safety of pork. A new study shows that chops and ground pork may be full of bad bacteria. A whole host of food-borne illnesses is caused by these bacteria, such as stomach aches, vomiting, diarrhea, fever — and in the most extreme cases, even death.