Rabu, 12 Januari 2011


Turkey consumption in the United States has intensified over the years. It is no longer mainly Thanksgiving and Christmas, but eat all year round. The process of mass production of turkeys for human consumption is so brutal, if not more, that the process of mass production of chickens.

The turkeys are kept in dark and confined spaces, for aggressive behavior, of course, that if an animal is kept confined discouraged, without room to move and feed exist. They are filled to the point where the legs can not support the weight of the breast tissue. And the animal that usually kills a lifespan of 10 years, usually about 2 years.

Conditions of overcrowding and unsanitary that the disease is widespread in commercial turkeys, which are about 2.7 million turkeys killed each year on their ships. Deformities of the foot and leg, heat stress and starvation by the inability of the immature birds to find food chains and water, are generally common. ulcerated feet and burns are common - caused by constant contact with contaminated waste through urine and feces.

Can you really feel about your next holiday dinner and see a turkey in the same way? Turkeys come with the same recommendations for cleaning and cooking chicken. You must ensure that they are ready at a certain temperature to ensure that pathogenic bacteria are completely killed. You have to clean up any counter space with bleach to kill any bacteria again.

There is a compelling argument for switching to a vegetarian diet presents, right? Suddenly, the jokes about vegetarian meals with bread with nuts and vegetables instead of meat, it makes more sense, not only in terms of health, but also a human problem. Why do the feeding, so we insist that make us healthy and is inherently bad for us? For the next holiday dinner, consider the possibilities of a completely vegetarian menu. Much of the dinner is vegetable-based is first a small change to Turkey with a main herbs to replace.

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