r/terriblefacebookmemes Nov 29 '22

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u/QualityVote Nov 29 '22

Hey does this post fit? UPVOTE if so, DOWNVOTE if not. If this post breaks any rules please DOWNVOTE and REPORT

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u/Independent-Owl478 Nov 29 '22

"A broken home"

Don't you just hate it when your vegan burger fucks your wife, takes the kids, and burns down your car?

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u/Lokkuri Nov 29 '22

I wish it could burn down my car, pos Passat

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u/omgudontunderstand Nov 29 '22

fuck vw cars gang 🤝

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u/notfunnyalex Nov 29 '22

Hate it when that happens

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u/artsy_amaryllis Nov 29 '22

so THAT’S why my parents divorced!

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u/VICARD0 Nov 29 '22

A carrot killed my whole family and pissed on their grave

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u/Grimest_Of_Reapers Nov 29 '22

This happened to me now I hate plants

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u/mortimus9 Nov 29 '22

None of those ingredients even look scary lol. “Oh no it has fruit and vegetable extracts!”

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u/xCloudbox Nov 29 '22

They’re all natural ingredients. I’m not saying it’s healthy but people will shit on beyond meat for being processed and then go eat hot dogs with Mac n cheese.

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u/Chromeboy12 Nov 29 '22

Does it actually taste like meat?

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u/XxX_BobRoss_XxX Nov 29 '22

I've eaten beyond meat burgers, the flavour is a little different, but not much. The main thing is the texture, it's pretty much identical, I've cut back on how much meat I eat recently, and those burgers are SOLID. Very much worth at least trying, even if only once or twice.

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u/Chromeboy12 Nov 29 '22

I'm a vegetarian, i don't eat meat at all. But i also hate soya for how bland it is. I've tried fake meat from other brands (beyond meat is not available near me) and hated it lol.

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u/EggplantHuman6493 Nov 29 '22

The same story with meat: you need to use spices/seasonings sometimes to make it tastier. The bland stuff in indeed horrible.

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u/UnderPressureVS Nov 29 '22

Yeah, if you just buy ground beef, shape it into a ball, and slap it on the grill you’ll have a pretty bland burger.

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u/Chairmaster29 Nov 29 '22

Not good beef from a butcher. A lot of restaurants cook burgers exactly how you described that.

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u/EggplantHuman6493 Nov 29 '22

Sadly most meat substitutes aren't seasoned like meat is, so they taste so bland! It took me a while to find the right seasoning, but usually I just slap on mayonnaise on a burger because I am lazy. Brands like Beyond Meat are very good though

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u/Solidsnakeerection Nov 29 '22

Meat generally doesnt come seasoned

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u/cronx42 Nov 29 '22

Impossible brand makes some great frozen products. The Impossible meatballs and chicken nuggets are better than any real frozen meatballs or nuggets I've ever had. They're really good.

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u/XxX_BobRoss_XxX Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

That's fair, if you ever can try beyond meat, it might be worth it, but then again it's obviously on you, and if you don't want to I can't blame you, the flavour is much less bland, though.

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u/mrjoffischl Nov 29 '22

honestly meat replacements aren’t for everyone but i’d like to recommend paneer (it’s a type of harder cheese it’s indian and it’s so so good) as a fellow vegetarian

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u/nothofagusismymother Nov 30 '22

I love paneer. And it's dense enough to be satisfying as a meat substitute

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u/AnalogicalEuphimisms Nov 29 '22

I'm pretty sure that's just because you don't like meat, especially if it's something suppose to specifically imitate the texture and taste of meat

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u/Chromeboy12 Nov 29 '22

I've never had meat lol. My whole family is vegetarian.

I just hate soya for how bland it is, and when people make fake meat out of it, i just feel confused. If it doesn't taste like meat, why do they try so hard to act like it does? If it does taste like meat, then is meat as bland as soya too? That's what I'm curious about

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u/AnalogicalEuphimisms Nov 29 '22

Because it's mostly not for vegetarians. It was primarily made for people who love meat.

Some people don't want to support inhumane slaughterhouse meat, but doesn't want to give up the taste. Or they want to convince people who love meat to also stop supporting the meat industry, and compromise by making fake plant meat that tastes just the same as the real thing.

Although most people just buy from humane free-range farms or just give up meat altogether, some people just want to have their vegan cake and eat it too. Also there is probably a massive amount of people who loves eating meat but can't due to medical reasons.

I haven't eaten vegan meat yet, but from what I've heard from some of my friends and people on the internet; it's pretty convincing to the real thing and very delicious. You probably got a bad brand or didn't cook it right.

Honestly, I think lab-grown meat would be more of an effective compromise, just as humane, and would require no effort to replicate the taste because it's literally the exact same thing. The problem with this is the stigma regarding anything artificially-produced especially in a lab.

If it does taste like meat, then is meat as bland as soya too? That's what I'm curious about.

It sounds like you might be suffering from Dysgeusia or some other medical condition that affects your taste. Or it could just be because of the household you grew up in.

If you're willing, you should try eating meat atleast a few times. Try a few different types of meat cooked in different ways, if you still think it's all bland then you most definitely have a taste disorder.

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u/dangle321 Nov 29 '22

That's where a lot of vegetarian wannabes go wrong. They keep trying to make things which aren't meat into meat instead of just learning to cook delicious shit that isn't meat.

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u/Chromeboy12 Nov 29 '22

Yeah. I mean, they don't even try to learn vegetarian cooking. Everything is literally meat recipes substituting meat for fake meat. Skill issue tbh

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u/De-Kipgamer Nov 29 '22

Beyond has a very specific taste that you either love or hate, no in between.

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u/dizzira_blackrose Nov 29 '22

If you have it, I found Impossible meat to be a lot better. I hate the texture of Beyond, but Impossible was much closer to what I like.

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u/Queen-of-mischief Nov 29 '22

Fellow vegetarian here. You will like beyond, I think. Especially if you haven't had meat in awhile. It's the best one I have tried. Close second is Boca burgers, maybe check of those are in your area.

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u/Bazdillow Nov 29 '22

Make your own vegan meat

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u/TinyCleric Nov 29 '22

If you can get your hands on black bean burgers (without corn is better imo) they are pretty good. They don't taste like meat but they are a fair sight better than soya

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u/61114311536123511 Nov 29 '22

pea protein sausages are somehow stupid delicious. I'm not even fully vegetarian and I murder those bitches. Also vegan fish fingers, for some reason, are godly

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u/RandomBlueJay01 Nov 29 '22

Fair. Some are gross. I've had luck with fake chicken products (stuff made from seitan) it is usually just wheat gluten and seasoning. Kinda chewy. Usually seen made to look like chicken nuggets. Plus seitan can be made at home for cheap and seasoned to your liking.

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u/Crafty-Kaiju Nov 30 '22

I have to guess soya is tofu? Tofu has no flavor of its own and its all about how it's prepared. Deep fry it and throw it with some veggies and a good sauce, and it's amazing. Look up Homestyle Beancurd for a real recipe.

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u/Chromeboy12 Nov 30 '22

By soya, i meant soya chunks*. Tofu is basically cottage cheese made from soy milk instead of cow milk. It's bland but has a gentle/mild taste. I don't mind it but i definitely like paneer better lol.

Soya chunks/nuggets are made with soya beans directly, not the milk. They're hard and chewy and it's very hard to absorb flavour in them. No matter how good your gravy is, once you put one in your mouth, the gravy on the surface is gone, and the nugget itself tastes like a jute sack. I've had a few good dishes with soya though so maybe there's a trick to cooking it that few people know? Or maybe it's the method of making the soya itself.

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u/Crafty-Kaiju Dec 04 '22

Ahhh I see what you mean. Without digging further my off the cuff guess would be a long low temp cooking like in a croc pot or perhaps a pressure cooker. Works for tough meat lol

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u/No_Statement440 Nov 29 '22

I fully expected to hate beyond, not a vegetarian but also just trying to cut back on meat in general, but beyond is quite good imo. If I were to go meatless and needed a "burger" it would be my choice for sure

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u/XxX_BobRoss_XxX Nov 29 '22

Oh yeah, beyond is pretty nice actually, I'm not a vegetarian, but I am cutting back big on how much meat I eat.

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u/scandr0id Nov 29 '22

I'm really excited for impossible meat but I can't handle the texture of ground meat, like chicken nuggets and burgers. I hope we get to a point we can produce a variant that's like regular meat, like steak, pork chops and chicken breast

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u/taseradict Nov 29 '22

Not really, it tastes like it's own thing. Spicing it up however you like does the trick.

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u/ThatCatPerson9564 Nov 29 '22

I haven't had a burger but I have had the beyond meat beef jerky. It is great, tastes the same as regular jerky

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u/5t3v321 Nov 29 '22

I tried the burger king vegan burger and it tasted as bad as the original

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u/PiergiorgioSigaretti Nov 29 '22

Mi uncle made his whole side of the family, my dad, my brothers and I taste vegetarian meat without telling us and before knowing it we were saying “this tasted really good” so yes it does

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u/gollyRoger Nov 29 '22

I thought it was pretty close. The after effects to my stomach were rough enough that I didn't go back though.

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u/Amritgaming999 Nov 29 '22

It tastes similiar usually texture is different and taste but only slightly good alternative if anyone wants to become vegetarian and still wants to have the taste of eating a chicken burger for example

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u/NewMilleniumBoy Nov 29 '22

Beyond Meat is okay. The texture pack is generally right but the taste is wrong. Impossible Burger is the best one imo.

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u/RolandDeschain84 Nov 29 '22

I've had them twice. First time I cooked them to medium or so and I could definitely tell it was not meat. Texture was just a bit off. Tasted pretty dang close though. Second time I cooked them well-done and it was pretty dang spot on.

I think in a blind study it would be a straight toss up on if people guessed it accurately.

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u/windowlatch Nov 29 '22

It satisfies the craving but doesn’t taste exactly like the real deal

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u/jcraig87 Nov 29 '22

Theyre the same flavor but less greasy

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u/NO-IM-DIRTY-DAN Nov 29 '22

It’s very close. I’ve stopped eating meat for health reasons and Beyond/Impossible are close enough I really can’t tell a difference. Hell, a few years ago, we’ll before I went vegetarian I ate Impossible meat a couple times without realizing it was meatless and I genuinely didn’t know until someone told me.

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u/BluePushyHawk Nov 29 '22

It depends on your taste and which one you get. I like the spicy black bean burgers and to me they dont taste like meat. They're amazing tho as I dislike the taste of meat

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u/cold_toes_poe Nov 29 '22

No, I don't think so. You can make it taste like spices and sauces and the texture passes. So chili, tacos, ragu, meatballs.... That can work but as a straight burger it's not my favorite

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u/just_an_aspie Nov 30 '22

I classify plant-based meat in 4 categories:

• same texture but tastes different (like soy-based meat)

• same taste but has a different (and/or weird) texture (usually more than one kind of vegetable protein combined)

• same taste and texture but expensive as fuck

• different taste and texture but equivalent in terms of what you can use it for (usually cheaper)

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u/imClementine_ Nov 30 '22

I think some of the best chicken nuggets I’ve ever had were vegan ones.

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u/DrStrangerlover Nov 30 '22

Yes. And they are delicious. I highly recommend trying one out when you get the chance.

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u/Ordinary_Rough_1426 Nov 30 '22

No but it’s not bad. My kid is veggie only so we grilled one for him. Kinda dry…. But these meats are processed food and can be high in sodium. They should be eaten like all processed foods, occasionally. This meme was fine until it trashed people who eat it, I will never understand why meat eaters feel so threatened by meatless products or just other peoples eating habits. Any how …I eat meat and I thought it was pretty good

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u/Bulletproofdildos Nov 30 '22

don't recommend if your digestive system or gut is sensitive in any way

source i was very constipated/bloated and just not having a good time... the taste was good though

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u/DetailRight Nov 29 '22

Depends on the use case, if you try just the patty on its own it's noticeable that it's not exactly the same but still pretty similar.

In a burger there's no noticable taste difference.

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u/mrjoffischl Nov 29 '22

it doesn’t need to taste like meat to taste good

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u/pocketsamoyed Nov 29 '22

this is the right idea!!

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u/mrjoffischl Nov 29 '22

if it’s tasty it’s tasty

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u/hrbuchanan Nov 29 '22

There's something to be said for getting close enough to meat that a meat-eater can feel like they're not missing out too much. Impossible meat gets very close, it's honestly impressive.

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u/mrjoffischl Nov 29 '22

it’s really good and as someone who doesn’t like the taste of meat i can still enjoy it and my friends who do like meat can too and that makes me very happy

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u/Bachooga Nov 29 '22

I mean, it's still a burger that you'll probably fry and cover in tomato sugar so I imagine any benefit is kinda negated by the sugar and oil.

Not a fan of beyond meat. I like my vegetables to taste like vegetables. I'd 100% choose a black bean burger that was cooked like it was made out of black beans over anything meat flavored. I mean shit, I'm not a sad man who's secretly craving meat, I just want some tasty veggies and veggie products.

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u/Chromeboy12 Nov 29 '22

Exactly! There's plenty of delicious veggie things in the world.

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u/STAR_PLAT_yareyare Nov 29 '22

Tbh never tried beyond meat, it was way out of my budget which is unfortunate

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u/usernamesareshorther Nov 29 '22

It’s processed food. Stop calling that natural. It’s entirely processed food made of processed food.

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u/1meanjellybean Nov 29 '22

To be fair most food is processed to some degree and processed is not necessarily a bad thing - though it definitely can be. Anything cooked, blended, canned, frozen, fermented, pickled, etc. falls under the umbrella of "processed" not arguing that Beyond Meat is natural by any means, but the words "natural" and "processed" mean very little when speaking to the actual nutritional value of foods.

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u/BenevolentCheese Nov 29 '22

Not sure why you're being downvoted, the ingredients list presented here is in form no different than that of Doritos. There are a bunch of flavor and color extractions of fruits/vegetables (which remove all nutrition), a bunch of chemically processed ingredients (three isolated proteins, methyl cellulose, KCl, sunflower lecithin), and basically nothing going into the final product in something close to its natural, unmodified form. There is nothing wrong with any of the Beyond Meat ingredients, but then there is nothing wrong with any of the Doritos ingredients, either, they are simply both heavily processed foods.

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u/TheOmegaCarrot Nov 29 '22

There’s some people who take the rule of thumb “the less ingredients, the healthier” too literally.

Sure, on average, packaged food with hundreds of ingredients isn’t as healthy as simple food, but some people really do believe that more ingredients is inherently less healthy. Like, for example, believing that cooking carrots and broccoli together is less healthy than just cooking carrots and just cooking broccoli separately.

And this extends to “processed” foods. They’ll believe that any kind of processing makes things less healthy. I’ve heard arguments that putting stuff in a blender makes it less healthy because that’s “more processed.”

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u/Ltnumbnutsthesecond Nov 29 '22

yeah those shitty wholes foods ads are super corny and do this kinda bullshit

I fucking hate wholes foods

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u/Dul_faceSdg Nov 29 '22

Nah it has dihydrogen monoxide also known as the silent killer.

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u/gimletta Nov 29 '22

Water is pretty scary to some people. Better not tell them it's actually in deer meat as well ....

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u/mrjoffischl Nov 29 '22

when the meat has sunflower seed oil in it 😮😮😮😡😡😤😤 /s

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u/badbatch Nov 29 '22

DisCUSting 😠

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u/Plastic-Fault-1571 Nov 29 '22

Yepp! Also a very significant decrease in cancer, heart attacks, strokes, etc etc. By at least 40% based on independent studies. Also we're helping the planet for us and future generations....Vegan for life.

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u/Nebelsreiter Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

I don’t think the point is that the ingredients are scary, but that plant-based burgers are also very environmentally impactful because they use a variety of ingredients grown in many different crops (which need resources, water, oil, pesticides, fertilizants, slave work or underpaid work, importation and exportation, processing etc. all of which have effects like desertification and carbon emissions).

(Not that I agree with that notion, just explaining what I think the vision of the author was)

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u/mortimus9 Nov 29 '22

I think you’re giving them way more credit than they deserve.

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u/hellgames1 Nov 29 '22

Lack of happiness, inflated self-importance and deranged logic? Sounds like the person who would make this meme.

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u/brockwallace Nov 29 '22

MoRe WoRdS bAd

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u/GaimanitePkat Nov 29 '22

ohmygod, I bet it even has dihydrogen monoxide in it. You can die from that!!

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u/ugia104 Nov 29 '22

old but gold

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u/TheAwkwardSpy Nov 29 '22

Omg is that what i drink evryday 😱😱😱😱💀💀💀

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u/Ukasso Nov 29 '22

Stay away from Dihydrogen Monoxide kids! It’s suffocated many people to death who inhaled it in its liquid form!

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u/reader-of-opinions Nov 29 '22

100% of people who consume hydrogen monoxide die. Most of the deaths occur within hours of consumption.

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u/PriorityMaleficent12 Nov 29 '22

That and it’s not even just deer. If you don’t add pork fat to the meat when it’s processed you’re gonna have a dry sad little patty, and don’t even get them STARTED of seasonings

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u/Bachooga Nov 29 '22

seasonings

Do you mean potatoes and meat? Is that what seasonings are?

Ngl, I feel like I die a little bit when I see someone eat plain potatoes with plain, dry, overcooked meat. The cow is not "still mooing", you just have poor taste.

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u/PriorityMaleficent12 Nov 29 '22

I also die on the inside unseasoned potatoes and dry flavorless meat, It’s honestly a waste of meat to eat it bland and dry

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u/DatSoldiersASpy Nov 29 '22

we left the dark ages so long ago. so many resources and people CHOOSE to eat their dry ass bland ass BORING meals like this. how barbaric

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u/CriticalFeesh Nov 29 '22

I like how Britain had a whole ass war for spices, only to not use them in their cuisine or however that word is spelt.

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u/Bachooga Nov 29 '22

Thinking about the taste of unseasoned boiled potatoes and unseasoned well done cheap steaks makes my stomach churn a bit. Don't want it to be too salty though.

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u/spacedragon72 Nov 29 '22

Reminds me of the post where the person brags about their only seasonings being salt, pepper, and ketchup like it’s something to be proud of

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u/dj_neon_reaper Nov 29 '22

Exactly. Never trust processed meats. They're good(mostly) but saying they're 100% the meat your promised is a lie

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u/PriorityMaleficent12 Nov 29 '22

Exactly! Most store bought meat is processed, fuck most of our food in America at least goes thing some sort of process including some of the meat that we get from a meat locker or even make at home with things like the venison that is mentioned

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u/GingerSnap2814 Nov 29 '22

Not to mention you need bread to bind it together

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u/cjc160 Nov 29 '22

That’s definitely not deer. Not with that fat content

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u/ThatSeaworthiness801 Nov 29 '22

Broken home? I'm almost certain the divorce rate in people who actively hate vegan food is significantly higher than the divorce rate in vegans. That's coming from a meat lover

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u/5t3v321 Nov 29 '22

But why would that be?

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u/ThatSeaworthiness801 Nov 29 '22

Because usually, it's conservatives who hate on the existence of vegan meat. Conservative relationship styles heavily favor the man in the relationship, thus abandoning the needs of the wife. They also bury the emotions of the man because they make him "weak"

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u/BishonenPrincess Nov 29 '22

This describes my awful MAGA fuckwit uncle. My little brother is autistic and a vegetarian. Dumbass "uncle" lost his shit and was freaking out that "rabbit food" be allowed on his dinner table when we visited for 4th of July. It was such a fucking fit, my little brother was under 10 and showed way more maturity and class than the 60-something-year-old by just quietly sitting and eating his dinner as the man-baby practically frothed at the mouth. So upset over a little boy not eating his greasy hamburgers. Pathetic behavior from a pathetic man.

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u/ThatSeaworthiness801 Nov 29 '22

Yeah. He's had plenty of time to grow up and mind his own business about useless matters. Like seriously, what's wrong with it?

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u/BoxofJoes Nov 30 '22

it’s DIFFERENT, therefore it MUST BE BAD!!!!!!!! obviously lol

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u/PunkSpaceAutist Nov 30 '22

Let me guess…Your brother hates the texture of meat? I’m autistic and started going vegetarian at around that age (though, ironically, sensory issues can also make it hard for some autists to be vegetarian if it’s certain plant protein textures they can’t handle.)

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u/Solidsnakeerection Nov 29 '22

Counterpoint. Religion and traditions make them demonize divorce and single parents so wife just takes it

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u/weirdo_enby Nov 29 '22

Have these people never heard of preservatives?

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u/lime_god69 Nov 29 '22

Not all meats have preservatives In them. Though to be fair I don’t fully understand the question

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u/the_waco_kid_33 Nov 30 '22

Idk what processor you're taking your stuff to, but unless you're getting jerky or sticks back, none of the places around here add preservatives. The only possible exception is salt if you're getting brats, and while salt is a preservative in large quantities, there's not enough in the brats to give them a super long shelf life.

Obviously all your primal cuts like roasts and steaks are going to be 100% wild game, but yes, you're going to want some pork fat or beef tallow in the brats and burgers so they don't dry out too bad.

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u/cyclops_strenuus Nov 29 '22

Ingredients bad

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u/Chadwick_Steel Nov 29 '22

It's not real meat if you can't run it over with your car before eating it.

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u/This_not-my_name Nov 29 '22

The right side is lacking antibiotica, fish meal, micro plastic, binder and water (typical ingredients of the glorified discounter "meat")

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u/Cacris Dec 01 '22

This!!!

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u/Contortionietzsche Nov 29 '22

Where do you begin to unwrap the chemical composition of minced deer meat?

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u/Raynefalle Nov 29 '22

TIL my being veggie and eating meat subs is what made my parents divorce 😭

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u/citronhimmel Nov 29 '22

vEgETaRiAn bAd

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u/mist_of_myth Nov 29 '22

I can't tell if this is making fun of vegans or meat eaters

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u/AsymptoticAbyss Nov 29 '22

CLICK HERE to find out how PLANT BURGERS BROKE MY HOME!!!!!!! (not clickbait!!!)

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u/1337JLH1337 Nov 29 '22

thats not deer meat... xD wtf

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u/beskar-mode Nov 29 '22

Don't get me started on the added vitamins, hormones and plastic in meat. I'll have plant based any day

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u/empirelts Nov 29 '22

facebook libertarians are all for not infringing on people’s rights to do whatever they want and freedom of expression and all that until someone wants to eat a veggie burger

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u/SomeOneOutThere-1234 Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

It depends from where it comes. If it originates from an anti-vegan group of boomers, it is terrible. But if it comes from a page that lists product ingredients, it's not /s

I Eat Meat, BTW

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

I think the weird bit at the end about forgotten hopes and dreams tells us it's not latter.

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u/procommando124 Nov 29 '22

Imagine being so offended by someone eating eating imitation meat. Jesus.

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u/cannot_type Nov 29 '22

One pinch of potassium chloride, one errent twitch, and KABLEWY

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u/meltedUsernameYeah Nov 29 '22

SCOTLAND FOREVER!!!

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u/cannot_type Nov 29 '22

What makes me a good demoman? If I were a bad demoman, I wouldn't be sitting here, discussin' it with ya know would i?

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u/akennelley Nov 29 '22

I want to know how a burger caused a broken home.

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u/cobaltsniper50 Nov 29 '22

Now do the ingredients in deer

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u/Infinite_Magician_65 Nov 29 '22

Jeeeeez, someone’s projecting with that second stupid column of “ingredients”

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u/jaygeezythreezy Nov 29 '22

Deranged logic? The creator of this meme is the one who put together a whole meme to protest a plant-based burger which no one is forcing him to eat. Pick and choose your battles for christ's sake.

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u/TheBlueWizardo Nov 29 '22

Fun fact: Deer is just processed plants. So animal-based is actually plant-based.

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u/dirtyswoldman Nov 29 '22

There it is. The fuck do people think meat is lmao

Disclaimer: meat still delicious

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u/ImurderREALITY Nov 29 '22

I thought meat was dead animals…

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u/OkSpirit7891 Nov 29 '22

I'm sure these same people eat plenty of shit from supermarkets that have 100 different ingredients in them and don't care. I bet they also eat sausages too, which are renowned for basically being tubes of mystery meat and animal derivatives.

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u/Rachelsyrusch Nov 29 '22

Oh god season your burger patties whats wrong with people

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u/deub1986 Nov 29 '22

Maybe they just want to enjoy a burger without consuming meat? Calm down, ya goof. I don’t want to be vegetarian/vegan either, but if they do, good for them. Who am I to try and dictate otherwise?

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u/Raijin9278 Nov 29 '22

I'd prefer the plant based. I not veggitartian but I would not eat a deer I love them too much

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u/dylannsmitth Nov 29 '22

Oh no! Not vegetables?! I don't eat vegetables because.... Umm ...

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u/Wboy2006 Nov 29 '22

Honestly. I prefer a good plant based burger over most meat based burgers I had in a long time

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u/SmallDonkey76 Nov 29 '22

None of those look scary and I don't think this person looked up what's I'm that patty because it has its fair share of Natural flavouring too

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u/finnlassy Nov 29 '22

As an omnivore, this post doesn’t do what it thinks it does. You mean I can get my daily protein PLUS my fruit and veggies PLUS my carbs all in one probably tasty disc? Guess I’m going vegetarian. I mean I’ve already gotten the forgotten hopes and dreams and broken home. So really, I’m not losing anything by eating this.

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u/sedulous1 Nov 29 '22

I love artificial preservatives used in meat based products :)

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u/sparky4475 Nov 29 '22

Ngl that's a lot of words I don't understand so it sounds kinda gross but if still give it a go, red meat isn't even that good

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u/The-First-Crusade Nov 29 '22

Look I'm not a fan of fake meat but that being said, any fucking gremlin who sees a list of chemical ingredients used to produce something and gets all scared like this is fucking stupid and also should not injest any soda or energy drinks by their logic. Many things in life are artificially produced by an accurate chemical formula, in which many ingredients come together to make a consistent product. Kinda dumb that people only bring up a list of ingredients like this when it's on the opposing side of their argument.

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u/Forsaken-Increase782 Nov 29 '22

The deer burger would have just as many and a fuck tonne of them would be chemical stabilisers and things to stop it rotting as quickly.

What a stupid meme.

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u/dunnyone Nov 29 '22

Weird. I'd rather have 100% of those ingredients in my system than dead animal carcasses. WTF is wrong with any of these?

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

Meat is missing: fear, cholesterol, lack of empathy, lack of necessity

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u/cghjrsd57ugda Nov 29 '22

Ingredients : deer Direction : deer

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u/username_taken128 Nov 29 '22

HOPES AND DREAMS?!?!?!?!? UNDERTA(i)LE?!?!?!?!?

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u/AdHot2306 Nov 29 '22

Bro the plus on the plant based one tho…💀💀💀 that was personal

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u/mrjoffischl Nov 29 '22

tfw your food has water in it 😮😮😭😭😡😡😤

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u/i_like_2_travel Nov 29 '22

This is projecting lol

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u/MountainMagic6198 Nov 29 '22

You have to add outside fat to deer or elk burger anyways because they won't hold together otherwise.

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u/KHTD2004 Nov 29 '22

And what they think a deer eats?

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u/DiscoverOrion Nov 29 '22

You could do the same "plus" to the deer burger and just add a bunch of stereotypical negative things right wingers do. It's not difficult to make either side look bad with the added bullshit.

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u/totes-alt Nov 29 '22

Imagine trying to guilt trip someone for being a vegetarian. How ironic.

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u/jpc1215 Nov 29 '22

Plant based meats aren’t bad in regards to taste, but they are super processed/salty. Environmentally they are the better option, but one could argue if they’re healthier than actual meat or not. I like both and don’t judge whatever someone wants to eat though, I mean who really cares if someone eats plant-based meat? Someone was upset enough to make a meme like this? Makes no sense

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u/sparklehurricane01 Nov 29 '22

don’t you just hate when a plant-based meat destroys your life

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u/bugsbee321 Nov 29 '22

Lack of happiness because I live in a world where people think it’s ok to murder animals for profit. It’s honestly extremely depressing. Especially during the holidays.

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u/CatsAndDogs99 Nov 29 '22

That's gonna be a bland ass deer burger

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u/KingOfSaga Nov 29 '22

Wtf they think deer are made of? Smaller deers?

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u/GrumpyPetePete Nov 29 '22

Out of all the options, why choose deer?

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u/Tigerv Nov 29 '22

Poison plant food is when lemon

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u/krypton175 Nov 29 '22

I bet there are more and worse additives in animal based meat than plant based meat...

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u/AGreenJacket Nov 29 '22

Dude is the person who made this okay?

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u/DeepFriedDrywall Nov 29 '22

inflated self-importance

The irony is palpable

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u/Dentantje Nov 29 '22

Last part is just self projection from the creator of this image. Wow, so insecure in them self that they need to create this shit. Let's face it though, it's a man obviously. Only men are mad over stuff like this because of their insecurity, same thing goes for homosexuality.

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u/yeeticusboiii Nov 29 '22

NOOOOO NOT NATURAL FLAVORS, APPLE EXTRACT, AND SALT

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u/5t3v321 Nov 29 '22

Soooo more ingredients = worse food? And what about seasoning?

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u/feisty-frisco87 Nov 29 '22

Kinda curious what forgotten hopes and dreams taste like.

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u/omgudontunderstand Nov 29 '22

the most unhealthy ingredient in that list is pressed canola oil, just say you refuse to google the ingredients coward

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u/FredrichCedric Nov 29 '22

Someone is SO mad plant based food exists 😂

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u/LibidinousLB Nov 29 '22

Oh no, not lemon juice concentrate!

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u/AmericaLover1776_ Nov 29 '22

Oh no water and canola oil and coconut oil and pea protein such scary products

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u/BalkanBorn Nov 29 '22

Forgot the Papilloma virus and Prion proteins on the deer side.

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u/toucanbutter Nov 29 '22

Imagine getting THIS upset because SOMEONE ELSE eats something that's outside of YOUR preference (and that aside, that person might actually like plant based patties if they tried them, but they never would and if they did, they wouldn't admit it. But go on.)

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u/Ramza_Claus Nov 29 '22

Those ingredients don't look bad at all. Apple extract??? Is that supposed to be a scary long word?

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u/Mikufun Nov 29 '22

Good lord what did vegetables/fruits do to these people?

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u/BucketFullOfRats Nov 29 '22

FOR THE LOVE OF GOD!!!

NOT THE…

POMEGRANATE EXTRACT

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u/onlyboobear Nov 29 '22

Sometimes when I get group orders for people who want cheeseburgers from BK, I'll just replace it with the Impossible whopper and never tell them that I do that. literally been doing it for over a year now.

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u/Ok_Aspect1565 Nov 29 '22

Just let people eat plants, why is it a problem?

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u/Certain-Ad-5200 Nov 29 '22

the deer would have those plant extracts as well, because anything it ate we eat too. ALSO DONT FORGET THE DEER PROBABLY ATE PLASTIC so micro plastics will be an ingredient in venison

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u/Pashmak_pashmi Nov 29 '22

That's why their burger sucks, you need spices, onion, etc. With the meat my friend

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u/TheBundermanFiles Nov 30 '22

I wonder which side OP is on 🙄

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u/ResponsibleAd2541 Nov 30 '22

This one is absolutely correct. Impossible burgers are terrible for you. Also hunting is better for the environment.

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u/AgeConfident6766 Dec 01 '22

Imagine being so angry about some strangers not slaughtering animals(or paying the middle man to do so) for appetite. Seriously, false info too. There’s more than animal in your burger bro. 🤢look at a typical grocery store,not fast food since I hope that’s common knowledge. I’d rather have plant based meat any day. MOST are nutritionally better.

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u/balrus-balrogwalrus Nov 29 '22

if you want to go full natural don't even cook that deer, just eat it kicking and squealing, all fresh and natural

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u/knoflookspook Nov 29 '22

Shouldnt they count the food the deer eats as a well? Especially when its a bio industry animal which are most commonly used for burgers.

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u/FaTE_FN1 Nov 29 '22

GASPS THINGS TAKEN FROM VEGETABLE MAKE BURBUR, BAD VEGETABLE BAD

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u/Cultural-Tennis9673 Nov 29 '22

Fake meats are made solely to one day shame meat eaters once they get the fake meat formula right... and they well get it right one day...

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u/Key-Ant30 Nov 29 '22

Well, one hidden point is that eating deer is more environmental friendly than vegan based food, which demands a lot of transport and different processing. Deer is local. If not eaten, it is left to rot.

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u/Kate090996 Nov 29 '22

Not true, locally it's close to nothing in the scheme of co2 food emissions

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u/beskar-mode Nov 29 '22

Seen so many people claim to only eat local. None of them actually do lol

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u/Exotic_Flight3378 Nov 29 '22

Deer is not local for everyone???

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u/rachelrunstrails Nov 29 '22

One of the best ways to minimize the environmental impact of your diet is to try and eat locally and seasonally, whether you choose to eat meat or not. It's also healthier because you'll get the highest concentration of nutrients from plants harvested when in season.

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u/Kate090996 Nov 29 '22

One of the best ways to minimize the environmental impact of your diet is to try and eat locally

Absolutely not true it's actually one of the least you can do. What you eat matters more than where you eat from.

The graph in the link really helps to put it in perspective of how little it actually matters if it's local.

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u/Ayds117 Nov 29 '22

I’m an avid meat eater but in all honesty if they one day make plant based meats that taste just as good and offer all the same vitamins and nutrients then yeah I’d swap over. It’s early days and need to make fun if they believe it’s the right thing to do. I buy free range, yes not that big of flex but at least it’s not slaughter house conditions it would be illegal to keep Ted Bundy in.