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    Meat Substitutes You may not think so, but many of these product could be found in most grocery stores in the nation, and many recipes containing these substance may be found on menus in restaurants too. The average person might not think so much about it, but for dieters, vegans, and vegetarians this may be their favorite food. These products, and recipes has many names to go with it, for example like, faux meat, fake meat, or meat substitutes. What is faux meat, and meat substitutes? For starters

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    that many may ask is, “Should a person eat meat or not eat meat?” If someone were to choose not to eat meat, they would be considered a vegetarian or a vegan. There’s a lot of similarities and differences both ways and even though there are similarities and differences between the two, a lot of people don’t truly know what their diet has in it or how what they eat affects their bodies. Today I will be sharing those differences between a vegetarian and meat eater, their diets and about which lifestyle

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    mud. We may also sing about that nice farmer, Old McDonald, and all of his nice animals. The truth is that Old McDonald with a straw hat has been replaced by a business man in the hard hat.      Ninety-five percent of the meat we eat does not come from Old McDonald's farm. Hens, chickens, turkeys, and over half of beef cattle, dairy cows, and pigs come from an "animal factory" (Sussman, 95) which is a mechanized environment. This new farming

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    A vegetarian is a person who does not eat meat poultry and fish. Vegetarians eat mainly fruit, vegetables, legumes, grains, seeds and nuts. Vegetarians are classified into multiple categories, which is distinguished by their eating habits and choice of food. Lactovegetarians exclude meat, poultry, fish, and eggs from their diet, but include dairy products. Most vegetarians in the United States are Lacto-ovevegetarians, which exclude all meat, poultry, and fish. Although, they include eggs and dairy

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    Essay on Behind Meat and Meat Factories

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    Background/History Meat has been in our diet since the start of mankind. We eat meat everyday mindlessly. It is hard to avoid meat since it is everywhere we go. Meat is the majority of today’s food. There are very few vegetarian or vegan options in the food industry. Although, it has been growing more and more popular since it has become a lifestyle. The reason is to be the horrifying truth of today’s meat industry. For those who cannot bear the truth, pick up the vegetarian or vegan lifestyle.

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    Meat In America

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    evolve into the infinite unknown. From here, we will only continue to lose touch with ourselves and who we are. We have lost morality for our animals. The public majority seems to not care how our meat is produced and made. Big companies have been able to keep it a secret from the people of how bad our meat has gotten. A report from 2013 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture states that an average of 18,032 cows is killed each day; that number has only gone up from the past three years. These big companies

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    A vegetarian is a person who does not eat meat poultry and fish. Vegetarians eat mainly fruit, vegetables, legumes, grains, seeds and nuts. Vegetarians are classified into multiple categories, which is distinguished by their eating habits and choice of food. Lactovegetarians exclude meat, poultry, fish, and eggs from their diet, but include dairy products. Most vegetarians in the United States are Lacto-ovevegetarians, which exclude all meat, poultry, and fish. Although, they include eggs and dairy

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    The Meat Industry

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    capitalist. The antagonists are Smithfield, Tyson, Hormel, JBS, and Cargill which posses a monopoly over the meat industry. After President Theodore Roosevelt read the book “The Jungle” by Upton Sinclair, he exclaimed, “Radical action must be taken to do away with the efforts of arrogant and selfish greed on the part of the capitalist” (Sinclair). These players can decide the price of meat and whether or not costs are high or low. The value of safety to these corporations means very little to the

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    Meat Preparing

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    Meat packing firms are the main culprit behind foodborne pathogens. For example, E. coli is a bacterium that is found in contaminated meat products and can cause lasting health consequences following the “release of a toxin that attacks the lining of the intestine.” Additionally, Eric Schlosser states, “Every day in the United States, roughly 200,000 people are sickened by a foodborne disease, 900 are hospitalized, and fourteen die” this is due to the centralized system of food processing fast food

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    The Reality behind Meat: Why You Should Not Eat Meat? Eating meat is part of the daily life of thousands of people all around the world, but the point is who has the power to decide who should live or die; as a great physicist said, “Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty” (Albert Einstein). Many people do not realize the risks of eating meat and they are not aware of the pain

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