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No more BBQs?  :'(  Life is not worth Living.

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Civilization Facing Crisis If Humans Donít Cut Back On Eating Red Meat, Scientists Warn

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That steak certainly looked inviting.

May Master Diner Chef GO propose another method of cooking that he is intimately familiar with, is very easy to perform, plus having you wishing you had bought a bigger steak you will be so pleased with your creation. The only steak Chef GO would not cook by this method is one of my favorites, a very thick Tenderloin of 4 inches or more which should be broiled.

Great Chef Wannabees GO presents the George Foreman Grille. The best friend a steak ever had.

Tip: It's the two sided cooking at once that does it. Cooks rapidly and sears in the juices and flavor if you don't leave it on too long. Practice will make perfect.

This cooking tip only applies to Epicureans who have reached the state of steak appreciation knowing the ONLY way to cook a great steak is RARE with the only choice allowed being a cool or room temp center.

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No more BBQs?  :'(  Life is not worth Living.

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Civilization Facing Crisis If Humans Donít Cut Back On Eating Red Meat, Scientists Warn

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By Stephanie Stahl
January 17, 2019 at 5:19 pm
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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) ó A new report says our civilization is in crisis if people donít start cutting back on eating red meat. The report comes with a diet that would protect our health and planet.


An international panel of experts called for a transformation in the way we eat and their plan is designed to save lives and the world we live in.

Americans currently consume more than six times the recommendation for red meat, even though cattle are one of the biggest culprits in producing greenhouse gas.

ďOur goal is to define a pathway whereby we can feed 10 billion people who will inhabit earth by 2050,Ē said Dr. Walter Willett, a professor at the Harvard School of Public Health.

Scientists say civilization is in crisis, but our diet can be the solution.

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A new report suggests a radical change in the way we eat is needed, starting with strict limits on red meat.

ďIt corresponds to roughly one fairly good-size hamburger per week,Ē Dr. Willett said. ďOr if you like a big juicy steak, once a month.Ē

Dr. Willett is part of a team of scientists reporting for the Lancet Health Journal.

The diet overhaul proposal is designed to protect future generations ó and the planet ó by promoting better health.

It says by the year 2050, global consumption of red meat and sugar should be cut in half, and that people should eat twice as many nuts, fruits, vegetables and legumes.

The guidelines cut dairy to one serving a day, and fish to two servings per week.

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For some cultures, the recommendations would overturn generations of tradition.

ďI welcome them, because theyíre important in recognizing the links between health of our populations and health of the planet,Ē said Alan Dangour, a professor at the Londo School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. ďBut they may indeed be quite difficult to roll out across the world.Ē

Scientists say it will be worth the sacrifice, saving the environment and preventing 11 million premature deaths each year.

The report addresses two issues: health and the environment.

The health of people ó billions are hungry or malnourished ó and 2 billion are overweight or obese.

The diet changes would address that and also reduce the impact of livestock, which is blamed for a lot of pollution.
YEAH!!! You all have to become VEGETARIANS like ME :emthup:
Not going to happen. Of course we will be eating less meat in the future. Meat takes a lot of grain or grass and since we will all have our little doomstead gardens we won't be feeding it to cattle. Not much at least. And when we collapse further to hunter-gatherers we will only have a little meat once in a while (if the deer survive). I figure being a Vegetarian prepares me for the future ;D.
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https://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2019/01/17/civilization-facing-crisis-if-humans-dont-cut-back-on-eating-red-meat-scientists-warn/

Civilization Facing Crisis If Humans Donít Cut Back On Eating Red Meat, Scientists Warn

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) ó A new report says our civilization is in crisis if people donít start cutting back on eating red meat. The report comes with a diet that would protect our health and planet.
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The diet changes would address that and also reduce the impact of livestock, which is blamed for a lot of pollution.
YEAH!!! You all have to become VEGETARIANS like ME :emthup:
Not going to happen. Of course we will be eating less meat in the future. Meat takes a lot of grain or grass and since we will all have our little doomstead gardens we won't be feeding it to cattle. Not much at least. And when we collapse further to hunter-gatherers we will only have a little meat once in a while (if the deer survive). I figure being a Vegetarian prepares me for the future ;D.
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I suspect you are correct, but I for one will miss it. Habits of a lifetime. One of my best friends and my daughter are vegetarians, so it may be just a matter of time.
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https://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2019/01/17/civilization-facing-crisis-if-humans-dont-cut-back-on-eating-red-meat-scientists-warn/

Civilization Facing Crisis If Humans Donít Cut Back On Eating Red Meat, Scientists Warn

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) ó A new report says our civilization is in crisis if people donít start cutting back on eating red meat. The report comes with a diet that would protect our health and planet.
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The diet changes would address that and also reduce the impact of livestock, which is blamed for a lot of pollution.
YEAH!!! You all have to become VEGETARIANS like ME :emthup:
Not going to happen. Of course we will be eating less meat in the future. Meat takes a lot of grain or grass and since we will all have our little doomstead gardens we won't be feeding it to cattle. Not much at least. And when we collapse further to hunter-gatherers we will only have a little meat once in a while (if the deer survive). I figure being a Vegetarian prepares me for the future ;D.
AJ

I suspect you are correct, but I for one will miss it. Habits of a lifetime. One of my best friends and my daughter are vegetarians, so it may be just a matter of time.
I think they are talking about the Lancet Eat diet... All grains and oils almost no fat dairy or meats...
This is a good summary of why its wrong:
https://sustainablefoodtrust.org/articles/eat-lancet-reports-recommendations-are-at-odds-with-sustainable-food-production/
There are much harsher reviews of it. I would say agri business and global food chains advocates are quite happy with it. I read its recommendations and I believe its a recipe for a planet on multi vitamins, processed seed and palm oils and high rates of diabetes from too many carbs.
If its important then try something, fail, disect, learn from it, try again, and again and again until it kills you or you succeed.

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I have little doubt inflation will cause it's rapid decline in usage before environmental concerns.

Just ponder 7 billion folks for a while and you will know where I'm coming from. 

Trying to figure out where the fish are going to come from, let alone cattle.  :icon_scratch:

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That steak certainly looked inviting.

May Master Diner Chef GO propose another method of cooking that he is intimately familiar with, is very easy to perform, plus having you wishing you had bought a bigger steak you will be so pleased with your creation. The only steak Chef GO would not cook by this method is one of my favorites, a very thick Tenderloin of 4 inches or more which should be broiled.

Great Chef Wannabees GO presents the George Foreman Grille. The best friend a steak ever had.

Tip: It's the two sided cooking at once that does it. Cooks rapidly and sears in the juices and flavor if you don't leave it on too long. Practice will make perfect.

This cooking tip only applies to Epicureans who have reached the state of steak appreciation knowing the ONLY way to cook a great steak is RARE with the only choice allowed being a cool or room temp center.

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George Foreman Grills are GREAT for your Indoor Steak cooking! I have one, but these days I prefer to work on a Lodge Logic Cast Iron Skillet.  You can make these things SREAMING SMOKIN' HOT to get that nice brown color when you sear it to seal in the juices.  Then you bring down the temp to cook the center to the desired degree of Done-ness, for me it's usually Rare or most Medium Rare depending on the cut.


To take the Guesswork out of cooking to the perfect degree of done-ness, use an Infrared Heat Sensor for your grill surface:


and a Meat Thermometer to measure the internal Temperature of the Steak:


I'll be doing some SNAP Card Gourmet Cooking Shows on Video over the next few weeks.  Coming up first though is not Steak, But Alaska Coho Salmon a la RE.  :icon_sunny:

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I have little doubt inflation will cause it's rapid decline in usage before environmental concerns.

Just ponder 7 billion folks for a while and you will know where I'm coming from. 

Trying to figure out where the fish are going to come from, let alone cattle.  :icon_scratch:
I agree. The report reads like there are no outside factors that might affect that march to 10 billion. I cannot imagine the western world giving up meat so everyone gets a fair share. I suppose the study was an intellectual exercise only.
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Meat🥩-o-saurus: Indian School Lunch from Grandpa's Kitchen - Goat Curry
« Reply #82 on: January 19, 2019, 07:16:02 AM »
A great Lesson in Traditional Indian Cooking from Grandpa here.  He uses a shitload of spices for this curry, and it looks absolutely DELICIOUS. YUM! 😋  Probably the only meat most of these kindergarten students see all week.

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Re: Meat🥩-o-saurus: Indian School Lunch from Grandpa's Kitchen - Goat Curry
« Reply #83 on: January 19, 2019, 08:09:01 AM »
A great Lesson in Traditional Indian Cooking from Grandpa here.  He uses a shitload of spices for this curry, and it looks absolutely DELICIOUS. YUM! 😋  Probably the only meat most of these kindergarten students see all week.

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Oh My, Lamb with Curry, I'm drooling.   :please:

Try This one from Traders, and smother it. An absolute delight and so healthy.

                                       

                                       
                                         


                                                 

No Wine for this Indian Delight Diners, Only the world famous Indian beer for this auspicious occasion.   :laugh:


                                                 

  Kingfisher is an Indian beer brewed by United Breweries Group, Bangalore.The brand was launched in 1978. With a market share of over 36% in India, it is also available in 52 other countries.

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Re: The Meat🥩-o-saurus Survey
« Reply #84 on: January 19, 2019, 09:08:26 AM »
Civilization Facing Crisis If Humans Donít Cut Back On Eating Red Meat, Scientists Warn

If....if only.

 If,if , if.

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Re: Meat🥩-o-saurus: Indian School Lunch from Grandpa's Kitchen - Goat Curry
« Reply #85 on: January 19, 2019, 09:19:19 AM »
Oh My, Lamb with Curry, I'm drooling.

Actually, it's Mutton, not Lamb.  Goat Meat.  A bit more gamey.

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Re: The Meat🥩-o-saurus Survey
« Reply #86 on: January 19, 2019, 09:47:12 AM »
Goat meat is not mutton. Mutton is meat from an adult sheep. Goat meat is chevon....here it's called cabrito.
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« Reply #87 on: January 19, 2019, 09:59:34 AM »
Goat meat is not mutton. Mutton is meat from an adult sheep. Goat meat is chevon....here it's called cabrito.

Oh, yea.  Sorry, forgot.  Video says Mutton though.

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https://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2019/01/17/civilization-facing-crisis-if-humans-dont-cut-back-on-eating-red-meat-scientists-warn/

Civilization Facing Crisis If Humans Donít Cut Back On Eating Red Meat, Scientists Warn

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) ó A new report says our civilization is in crisis if people donít start cutting back on eating red meat. The report comes with a diet that would protect our health and planet.
//
The diet changes would address that and also reduce the impact of livestock, which is blamed for a lot of pollution.
YEAH!!! You all have to become VEGETARIANS like ME :emthup:
Not going to happen. Of course we will be eating less meat in the future. Meat takes a lot of grain or grass and since we will all have our little doomstead gardens we won't be feeding it to cattle. Not much at least. And when we collapse further to hunter-gatherers we will only have a little meat once in a while (if the deer survive). I figure being a Vegetarian prepares me for the future ;D.
AJ

I suspect you are correct, but I for one will miss it. Habits of a lifetime. One of my best friends and my daughter are vegetarians, so it may be just a matter of time.
I think they are talking about the Lancet Eat diet... All grains and oils almost no fat dairy or meats...
This is a good summary of why its wrong:
https://sustainablefoodtrust.org/articles/eat-lancet-reports-recommendations-are-at-odds-with-sustainable-food-production/
There are much harsher reviews of it. I would say agri business and global food chains advocates are quite happy with it. I read its recommendations and I believe its a recipe for a planet on multi vitamins, processed seed and palm oils and high rates of diabetes from too many carbs.
Yeah!, I just give all you meat eaters crap for the fun of it :icon_mrgreen:.
Everything I know about permaculture (very little actually), seems to suggest a cow, couple of pigs, goats, and few chickens can be sustainably managed to produce the most food per acre if managed correctly. If the cow's give milk and there are a few to pull the plows they can provide nutrients (shit) to the soil and hence improve the fertility over time. I think all the sustainable models have very little meat eating.
I remember my first trip to China, 1980 (I was a novelty because regular rural Chinese had not seen WHITE people in person at that time -some people even came up to me to "look me over" -had to see what the imperialist white devils looked like :icon_scratch:). Looking at my wife's ancestral village I had the thought that humans and ag had survived there for close to 5000 years. HOW? By putting all the shit back in the soil and not taking too much meat out. The village diet consisted of lots and lots of vegi's with a few small pieces of meat thrown in for flavor on rice. If we survive we will pass through this level of subsistence probably before we go back to hunter/gatherers. IMHO.
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Re: The Meat🥩-o-saurus Survey
« Reply #89 on: January 19, 2019, 11:11:59 AM »
You need pigs to get rid of the zombies, once they start piling up.

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