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Meat🥩-o-saurus: All-You-Can-Eat Lobster in Vegas
« Reply #60 on: January 02, 2019, 06:00:05 PM »
Don't forget to join our new Meat🥩-o-saurus Reddit Sub, r/meatosaurus!

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Meat🥩-o-saurus: Ribeye Steaks SCA Contest Texas
« Reply #61 on: January 04, 2019, 10:35:42 AM »
It kills me when they trim off all the great FAT from these steaks!  That's the best part!

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🐟 Bye-Bye Bluefin Tuna: Japan sushi tycoon pays record tuna price
« Reply #62 on: January 05, 2019, 01:32:01 AM »
Fish are part of Meat-o-Saurus also!

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Japan sushi tycoon pays record tuna price



Media caption"Tuna King" Kiyoshi Kimura on his most expensive fish

A Japanese sushi boss has paid a record $3.1m (£2.5m) for a giant tuna at the first new year's auction in Tokyo's new fish market.

Self-styled "Tuna King" Kiyoshi Kimura bought the 278kg (612lbs) bluefin tuna, which is an endangered species.

He spent more than twice the previous record of $1.4m, which he paid in 2013.

Wholesalers and sushi company owners often pay high prices for the best fish at the first pre-dawn auction of the new year.

"I bought a good tuna," Mr Kimura told AFP after the auction.

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"The price was higher than originally thought, but I hope our customers will eat this excellent tuna."

Mr Kimura has been the highest bidder at the new year auction for seven of the past eight years.
A record fuelled by scarcity

By Rupert Wingfield-Hayes in Tokyo

On a normal day a similar sized fish would sell for around $60,000. Today's record is in part about status - and it creates a lot of publicity for Mr Kimura and his sushi empire.

But it is also a reflection of the scarcity of large Pacific bluefin tuna. They are officially listed by the WWF (World Wildlife Fund) as an endangered species.
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In 2018 catches off the coast of Japan were significantly down, and since the middle of last year prices in Tokyo have climbed by more than 40%.

The 2019 auction is the first new year sale to take place at the new fish market on the site of a former gas plant in Toyosu, which opened in October.
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Image caption The first auction of the new year sees the best fish command high prices

The previous site at Tsukiji opened in 1935 and became the world's biggest fish market and a popular tourist attraction.

However issues including concerns about outdated fire regulations and hygiene controls prompted the market to be moved to a larger and more modern site.
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Image caption Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike attended the new year market at Toyosu

The International Union for Conservation of Nature's Red List of Threatened Species says Atlantic Bluefin are endangered while the Pacific Bluefin are vulnerable.

Last month Japan announced it would restart commercial whaling.

The country said it would withdraw from the International Whaling Commission (IWC), which banned commercial whaling in 1986 after some species were driven almost to extinction.

Conservation groups have warned that the move will have serious consequences.
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Meat🥩-o-saurus: Canning your Meats
« Reply #63 on: January 05, 2019, 01:01:38 PM »
It's canning day here on the Diner!  :icon_sunny:

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Meat🥩-o-saurus: EatWild - Butchering a Hind Quarter
« Reply #64 on: January 06, 2019, 01:37:40 AM »
Let's Butcher that Moose!

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Meat🥩-o-saurus: YELLOWTAIL AMBERJACK Sashimi & Braised Fish
« Reply #65 on: January 06, 2019, 06:43:33 AM »
From the Butcher Table to the Plate in an expensive Nip Restaurant.

Yellowtail is one of my favorite fish for Sashimi.  Can't find it in the Food Superstores though.  Making my own (MUCH CHEAPER!), generally it's eith Ahi Tuna or Salmon.

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Meat🥩-o-saurus: I speared a wild Boar and then an Elk!!
« Reply #66 on: January 06, 2019, 06:11:38 PM »
A Crossover video with the Dagger Disease Knives thread.  Shot in Texas where Spear Hunting is legal.

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Re: Meat🥩-o-saurus: I speared a wild Boar and then an Elk!!
« Reply #67 on: January 06, 2019, 06:27:27 PM »
A Crossover video with the Dagger Disease Knives thread.  Shot in Texas where Spear Hunting is legal.

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sure is lovely what one can accomplish with air travel, gmo corn bait stations and animals stocked at a density 10 times that of nature on a game preserve.
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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Re: Meat🥩-o-saurus: I speared a wild Boar and then an Elk!!
« Reply #68 on: January 06, 2019, 06:58:28 PM »
sure is lovely what one can accomplish with air travel, gmo corn bait stations and animals stocked at a density 10 times that of nature on a game preserve.

Not to mention that nice hi-tech spear!  lol.

Still, it's definitely more of a challenge than hunting with a rifle or even a crossbow.  And how would you get any good at it without some way to practice it?

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Re: Meat🥩-o-saurus: I speared a wild Boar and then an Elk!!
« Reply #69 on: January 06, 2019, 07:07:13 PM »
sure is lovely what one can accomplish with air travel, gmo corn bait stations and animals stocked at a density 10 times that of nature on a game preserve.

Not to mention that nice hi-tech spear!  lol.

Still, it's definitely more of a challenge than hunting with a rifle or even a crossbow.  And how would you get any good at it without some way to practice it?

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To avoid all the wounding misses around 20 years ago here they allowed hunters to install bait stations. Useless for moose good for deer. Today the norm is to sit in a blind either in a tree or on the ground and shoot them as they come to eat. Not too different then the vid. I would imagine you practice by spearing a bale of straw repeatedly just like archery.
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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Re: Meat🥩-o-saurus: I speared a wild Boar and then an Elk!!
« Reply #70 on: January 06, 2019, 07:14:30 PM »
I would imagine you practice by spearing a bale of straw repeatedly just like archery.

Bales of straw aren't moving targets.  You could I suppose drop a hay bale on a set of robotic wheels, but it still wouldn't make the same kind of movements an animal does, and learning to predict them is part of the technique.

Far as baiting and chumming go, in a SHTF scenario, who wouldn't do that?  It's going to increase your chances of nailing something.  I'm sure ancient H-G baited traps.

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Meat🥩-o-saurus Lunch
« Reply #71 on: January 16, 2019, 11:07:51 AM »
I moved most of my Food links over to r/Meatosaurus, where I put up daily recipes of Videos from a few of my favorite foodie sites.  I thought I would share this one with you today here on the Diner as well.  Visit with me on r/meatosaurus if you wanna talk FOOD!

This looks like a particularly tasty Surf & Turf Lunch, done the Japanese Teppanyaki method.  :icon_sunny:

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Meat🥩-o-saurus Breakfast
« Reply #72 on: January 17, 2019, 05:39:28 AM »
I moved most of my Food links over to r/Meatosaurus, where I put up daily recipes of Videos from a few of my favorite foodie sites.  I thought I would share this one with you for Breakfast today here on the Diner as well.  Visit with me on r/meatosaurus if you wanna talk FOOD!

The Upper Class of Breakfasts this morning here at the Doomstead Diner.  :icon_sunny:

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Meat🥩-o-saurus Breakfast
« Reply #73 on: January 18, 2019, 02:54:44 AM »
I moved most of my Food links over to r/Meatosaurus, where I put up daily recipes of Videos from a few of my favorite foodie sites.  I thought I would share this one with you for Breakfast today here on the Diner as well.  Visit with me on r/meatosaurus if you wanna talk FOOD!

This morning we're having a BIG Breakfast STEAK🥩 cooked up by my favorite outdoors open fire Chef from AlmazenKitchen.

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🥩 Civilization Facing Crisis If Humans Don’t Cut Back On Eating Red Meat
« Reply #74 on: January 19, 2019, 12:24:43 AM »
No more BBQs?  :'(  Life is not worth Living.

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Civilization Facing Crisis If Humans Don’t Cut Back On Eating Red Meat, Scientists Warn

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A new report says our civilization is in crisis if people don’t 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.

“Our goal is to define a pathway whereby we can feed 10 billion people who will inhabit earth by 2050,” 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.

“It corresponds to roughly one fairly good-size hamburger per week,” Dr. Willett said. “Or if you like a big juicy steak, once a month.”

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 — and the planet — 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.

“I welcome them, because they’re important in recognizing the links between health of our populations and health of the planet,” said Alan Dangour, a professor at the Londo School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. “But they may indeed be quite difficult to roll out across the world.”

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 — billions are hungry or malnourished — 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.
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