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  • Mar 12, 2012
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    End The Hysteria! Pink Slime Is A Myth! 48

    Media hype has created another wave of hysteria among American consumers. The latest rumor targets beef, with journalists accusing food chains like McDonald’s of using "pink slime" in their hamburger patties....More
  • Mar 7, 2012
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    Trend Alert: Meat Pies! 4

    “Much loved in Australia, Britain and elsewhere, but traditionally ignored in the U.S., meat pies are showing signs of hitting trend status here, too,” reports the Huffington Post (HP). On Monday, I wrote about “The Hamburger Economy,” where Americans are trading high-priced steaks for more-affordable options like ground beef. I think the revival of meat pies might be just the ticket for Americans on a tight budget....More
  • Mar 4, 2012
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    In A Hamburger Economy, Hollywood Still Loves Steak 2

    According to USDA, 2011 U.S. per-capita beef consumption was at 57.4 lbs./person, down 13% from 2001 and 25% from 1980. By 2012, it’s estimated that Americans will be eating an average of 54.1 lbs. of beef annually....More
  • Feb 29, 2012
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    Jude Capper On Brain Food 15

    “Nothing moved us into bigger brains faster than the consumption of animal products. Yet, it’s clearly documented that fats from animal products improves brain function. Let’s put the low-fat craze behind us and move forward by embracing the right portions of real food and real food only...More
  • Feb 29, 2012
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    Will Lab-Grown Meat Catch On? 7

    Would you eat lab-grown beef? This was the question I posed last week on the blog, and generated a pretty interesting discussion in the comments section. While most agreed that test-tube meat sounded awfully unappealing, there are a growing number of folks in the media saying, “why not?”...More

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