Red Meat

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I’m glad some people are vegetarians; more meat for me

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    41 Responses to Red Meat

    1. Honestly, I can eat a non-mean diet and be just fine…but I LOVE steak.

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    2. @Sticky: mean = meat. Been a long day.

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    3. I’d rather have prime rib, filet mignon or Kalua Pork.

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    4. Don’t knock vegetarians. When food is in short supply, they will provide lean meat to me and my family. And they will probably put up less of a fight than a goat or sheep.

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    5. @ack:

      That’s true, you could try that, just before I bite your right ear off while stimulating your eyeballs. With a gravy spoon.

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    6. Beef is my favorite animal

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    7. Seriously…rare new york strip + cold beer = McAwesome sauce

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    8. @dieAntagonista: I’m so proud of you my apprentice. *sniff* they grow up so fast.

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    9. @sutenvulf: McAwesome sauce?

      That looks really good. I haven’t had a steak in a long time, maybe I’ll cook up some Delmonico tomorrow…baked potato and corn on the cob.
      Yuuuuuuuuuuuuummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

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    10. @SumoSnipe:

      Oh it’s you Sensei. Yes yes, I totally think of you, whenever I use the… gravy spoon.

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    11. If humans weren’t supposed to eat animals they wouldn’t be made out of meat.

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    12. Those steaks look reeeeaally good.

      Is it better to use tongs or a fork? I’ve heard arguments both ways, but I always use tongs…

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    13. to me my life without beef is a shitty life.

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    14. I only eat meat in the fall and winter, and then only meat we have raised or hunted. So, venison, poultry, fish.

      People who eat [beef] regularly smell and taste awful.

      [*meat, but -especially- beef]

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    15. @sylvanish: I admire you so much you have no idea.

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    16. medium rare all the way

      my mouth is watering

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    17. I know I would be a LOT happier and healthier if I got the hell out of this city and moved to the ranch….Wild hog, turkey, deer, fish turtle, mice, rattlesnake, prickly pear, wild onions….and all that as the garnish for the half wild beef we roaming the land.(Sorry Sylvanish. Guess that I ‘ll have to retract that marriage proposal, but you are still welcome at the ranch come the zombiegeddon.)

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    18. @sylvanish:
      Hey hey hey, I have no offensive bodily odors, thank you

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    19. @Puulaahi: @Sticky: Compared to vegetarians? Oh yes you do. Thing is, it’s a smell most are used to and won’t notice if that’s all they know. But it’s the way red meat (and dairy) makes lovin’ -taste- that’s most significant. To me at least.

      @SumoSnipe: *Shrug* S’alright. I’m betrothed to another anyway.

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    20. @sylvanish:

      That is hyper interesting. You know, Moe said something about that. He said when he’s out in the woods, hunting, he would eat nothing but greens for 2 weeks until he lost that smell you mentioned, so then you can actually walk right up to a deer or whatever, they won’t run away.
      Although I guess you knew that already.

      I need to try that sometime.

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    21. I am vegan by the way, but I just really want to try that. Who doesn’t want to hang out with deer, yo.

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    22. @dieAntagonista:
      Vegan, you say… I bet you taste fantastic with Meerrettichsoße u. Federweißer…

      Hey – if in the next few days you happen to see a kilo of Spargel lying under a box with a string tied to it; go ahead and step under the box. It’s a gift from me.

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    23. @sylvanish: Spare me the vegetarian elitist crap.

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    24. @sylvanish:
      You are correct. What you eat does change the way you smell. Unfortunately the door swings both ways on food smells.

      I had a friend who was vegetarian and ate a significant amounts of hummus, especially fried in oil. He was one stanky mofo. Riding in his car was painful on the nose.

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    25. @Puulaahi: Haha what? She’s not even vegetarian, and the things she said happen to be cold hard facts. Just because you don’t like it, it’s not elitist of her to tell you like it is.

      @ack:

      Your friend stinks for other reasons. Not because of the vegetables he ate, maybe because of the oil, maybe because he doesn’t shower enough, but vegetables alone don’t make you smell bad.

      So you… seriously plan to eat me. There’s some crude sexual joke here somewhere but I’m not going to say it.
      Instead I’m going to only think it.

      Ich liebe Meerrettichsoße.

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    26. @dieAntagonista:
      Depends upon the vegetable. Garlic, bärlauch, leeks, asparagus, strong onions… they can make you smell pretty bad. I am willing to bet that my friends problem, however, has the oil.

      Wait-a-sec… if your vegan, what the hell are you putting Meerrettichsoßa on??? This stuff is meant for Schweinfleisch and Krautwickel!

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    27. All this meat-eater hating. I feel unloved now. 🙁

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    28. @ack:

      You’d have to eat a lot of those things, to smell bad because of them. What freak does that. Unless you’re afraid of vampires I don’t see why you would do that.

      There are many things that I like that are meant for meat. Like soy sauce and things like that. And I’m not vegan because I think animals shouldn’t be killed, I’m vegan for other people. For environmental reasons.
      Although I have no problem with people eating people.

      GO CANNIBALISM!

      @Sticky:

      Nobody hated on meat eater. Look again, what did the guy who posted the picture write there? Yeah, there’s only vegetarian hating here.
      You just feel attacked because you’re too proud to accept what sylvanish said.

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    29. Yeah, it would be pretty pointless for those of us who don’t eat meat to give shit to the overwhelming majority of those who do. If factory farms didn’t exist, I’d consider going back (though meat is surprisingly not really hard to give up once you do it). I don’t judge others, don’t want them to judge me.

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    30. It really is ridiculous when you think about it. People eat what they like. What you like depends on several different factors.

      Taste, obviously. People eat what tastes good to them. Effect. People eat what makes them feel better, physically. Emotionally. People eat what makes feel better/happy. Health. People eat what they think is ‘good’ for them. Political. People choose to eat, or not eat, to bring light to various causes. dieA does this. Mia Farrow is on day 9 of a fast for political reasons. Health. People eat or do not eat for medical reasons. There are prolly more that I can’t think off-hand.

      What these things mean is different for each person. Degrading someones choices feels like a personal attack. No one likes being told that their choices are bad, inhumane or stupid.

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    31. 2 ‘Healths’, oh well, you get the point.

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    32. @dieAntagonista: It’s not a cold hard fact just because she says so. There is no scientific proof shown here. Spare me the bullshit. This sites full of bullshit.

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    33. @Puulaahi:

      It’s not a cold hard fact because she said so. It’s a cold hard fact because doctors have said so: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16891352

      “Results of repeated measures analysis of variance showed that the odor of donors when on the nonmeat diet was judged as significantly more attractive, more pleasant, and less intense. This suggests that red meat consumption has a negative impact on perceived body odor hedonicity.”

      And there you have it. The difference is not significant, however. Not to humans. Only animals will notice, for the most part.

      Like I mentioned before, Moe talked about his hunts, and how he would eat only greens for two weeks so that animals would let him walk right up to them, because he didn’t smell like an meat eater any more.

      If you can’t handle the Internet, I suggest you unplug now.

      @nyokki:

      Yes, it’s true. I do agree with everything you said. The problem is that radical vegans, like Peta, make people think that all vegans are like this. And as a consequence of that, people who aren’t vegans get all defensive. It’s an ugly cycle really.

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    34. @dieAntagonista: You’re right. Vegans tend to believe that people eat meat because they don’t know what it does to them, that they haven’t thought about it. Of course that’s not true. Most think about it every time they sit down to a meal. I do, anyway, always have.
      Meat eaters like to believe that all vegetarians are fanatical vegans that hug trees and make love to their animals(one of my fave South Park episodes).

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    35. If meat is such an awful thing, why do so many vegetarian and vegan food products attempt to emulate/imitate it? Vegan/vegetarian sausage,bacon burgers, hot dogs etc. seen rather ridiculous unless….. all of those folks still seriously miss their meat and its flavors. Just an observation.

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    36. If I am to stop eating meat because I know of the harm it does to others (this time being animals) then shouldn’t I develop a conscience regarding things that are harmful outside the eating habits? Should I stop using my car? Should I not use any sort of electricity? Should I not smoke? Should I not use any sort of products that don’t come in biodegradable containers? Should I just move into the wilderness?

      “Noooo let’s be selectively “good”. Let’s only “help” animals. I don’t mind if I keep destroying their habitats, I just won’t eat ’em.”

      Jerks.

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