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#154019 - 06/13/05 08:51 PM Re: to meat or not to meat [Re: Kintama]
Reiki Offline
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I agree...but unfortunately there are no regulations in the US that say they must put a big 'ol sticker on the meat saying 'mass-murdered beef' vs 'free range meat'. Maybe it's different in Canada. Can we buy free range beef from Canada over the internet?... you know, like we do with meds?




In NZ ALL our meat is free-range.

The cattle and sheep eat grass naturally and are not raised on feedlots. The meat has more flavour than grain fed animals and is often more tender as it does not have the high stress levels associated with unnatural living as the feedlot stuff has.

Buy NZ meat products! It's naturally raised by farmers like myself, its GE free and does not have BSE.

I have a paddock full of lovely steers that are nearly ready to go off to become export grade meat....
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#154020 - 06/13/05 10:11 PM Re: to meat or not to meat [Re: Reiki]
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We do get New Zealand spring lamb here in Canada. Never knew it was free range. That's good to know.
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#154021 - 06/14/05 10:42 AM Re: to meat or not to meat [Re: wolfscalissi]
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wolfscalissi, don't tell me not to let others tell me what to think


kintama,

"my conclusion of the 'meat' meets Zen question: I am an eater of living things. to exclude some and include others is judging. It's anything or nothing...in between seems hypocritical."

I agree, although I'm not an eater of living things
(I like to have somebody kill them first)

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#154022 - 06/14/05 11:02 AM Re: to meat or not to meat [Re: nenipp]
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lol...ok 'previously living things'. although, there was this one time I ate fish in Japan that was still twitching and opening and closing it's mouth. seemed cruel to me...but when in rome...

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#154023 - 06/14/05 01:02 PM Re: to meat or not to meat [Re: Kintama]
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"my conclusion of the 'meat' meets Zen question: I am an eater of living things. to exclude some and include others is judging. It's anything or nothing...in between seems hypocritical."

What is Hypocrasy to a Zenist?

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#154024 - 06/14/05 01:11 PM Re: to meat or not to meat [Re: oldman]
Kintama Offline
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What is Hypocrasy to a Zenist?




A riddle. I love riddles...ummm

Hypocracy to a Zenist is the sound of two people using one hand each to clap? lol

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#154025 - 06/14/05 01:14 PM Re: to meat or not to meat [Re: oldman]
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What is Hypocrasy to a Zenist?




natural?

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#154026 - 06/14/05 09:34 PM Re: to meat or not to meat [Re: MAGr]
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Too deep for me. I feel dense right about now. I'm out.
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#154027 - 06/14/05 10:25 PM Re: to meat or not to meat [Re: oldman]
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What is Hypocrasy to a Zenist?




The same as "Hypocrisy"?
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#154028 - 06/15/05 01:04 AM Re: to meat or not to meat [Re: oldman]
nenipp Offline
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Hypocrasy to a Zenist is like pneumonia to a dentist

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