More beef bashing.

People will make their own minds up and farmers will produce what the people want.

Even if the whole world stopped eating beef tomorrow, I would expect most of them to be missing it by Christmas.

Can processed meat substitutes really mimic the taste of a beautifully roasted joint? The crispy bits? The melting fat? The tender spots, all rolled into one roasting joint? I doubt it.

I dare say they can make something that tastes like an acceptable burger or even an acceptable slice of fake beef, but the whole taste experience? No way. People would miss that.
 

Treg

Member
Location
Cornwall
People will make their own minds up and farmers will produce what the people want.

Even if the whole world stopped eating beef tomorrow, I would expect most of them to be missing it by Christmas.

Can processed meat substitutes really mimic the taste of a beautifully roasted joint? The crispy bits? The melting fat? The tender spots, all rolled into one roasting joint? I doubt it.

I dare say they can make something that tastes like an acceptable burger or even an acceptable slice of fake beef, but the whole taste experience? No way. People would miss that.
It's only 2 hrs after lunch but you've just made me feel very hungry 😋
 

jackrussell101

Member
Mixed Farmer
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I'm currently reading this, its absolutely brilliant.

Did you know two of the largest carbon capture projects of all time have been the bison grazing the North American Plain and wild herbivores grazing the African Savannah.
 

Drillman

Member
Mixed Farmer
People will make their own minds up and farmers will produce what the people want.

Even if the whole world stopped eating beef tomorrow, I would expect most of them to be missing it by Christmas.

Can processed meat substitutes really mimic the taste of a beautifully roasted joint? The crispy bits? The melting fat? The tender spots, all rolled into one roasting joint? I doubt it.

I dare say they can make something that tastes like an acceptable burger or even an acceptable slice of fake beef, but the whole taste experience? No way. People would miss that.
Blimey that’s got me thinking I should have a word with Drill wifey to see if we can have a decent slab of roast beef for Sunday👍👍👍
 

Hilly

Member
BBC News website currently has a link to let your work out the carbon footprint of your diet.

Apparently eating beef three times a week is far worse than having a daily glass of almond milk


I presume they just make up these figures?
Checking cows this morning , look up and vapour trails every where loads of them ! And they blame cows 🐄 omg 😱 what lies .
 

DaveGrohl

Member
Location
Cumbria

toquark

Member
I just can’t take the threat of plastic meat seriously. In these days of heightened awareness of food origins, I can’t see it being particularly popular. Quorn’s a plant based meat substitute which has been available for decades and whilst I would suspect it has increased in popularity, it’s still very much a niche product.

The synthetic meat drive is not consumer driven. If people want meat, which I strongly suspect they still will, they’ll buy it.
 

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