From: Activist Post
Gaye Levy, Contributing Writer
But to me? I would prefer at the very least to be aware of this bonded meat, and be given the opportunity to make an informed choice to eat it – or not – ahead of time.
So just what is this Transglutaminase (TG) or Meat Glue?
Fish genes in tomatoes
So what is the point of this rant?
Note: I need to make it clear that I believe that the decision to be a meat eater – or not – is a personal one, and that it is not a subject that I am going to debate. Personally, for those that are interested, I was a vegetarian for over ten years. I now eat red meat at least once a week and enjoy a good burger fried up in my cast iron skillet, or a juicy rib-eye from the grill. But that is me. You need to make your own choice.
The Final Word
This is just as bad as pink slime and makes my stomach churn just thinking about it! I wish the food industry were more transparent about what gets into our food but I don’t see that happening anytime soon. The only solution I can see is by buying your own ingredients and making your own food. At least you’ll know what you are eating.
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Gaye Levy, the SurvivalWoman, grew up and attended school in the Greater Seattle area. After spending many years as an executive in the software industry, she started a specialized accounting practice offering contract CFO work to emerging high tech and service industries. She has now abandoned city life and moved to a serenely beautiful rural area on an island in NW Washington State. She lives and teaches the principles of a sustainable, self-reliant and stylish lifestyle through emergency preparation and disaster planning through her website at BackdoorSurvival.com. SurvivalWoman speaks her mind and delivers her message with optimism and grace, regardless of mayhem swirling around us.