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Has the recent recall affected your appetite for beef?

Response Percent Votes
No.
 
67% 196
Yes.
 
18% 53
I don’t eat red meat.
 
13% 40
Total 289

Comments

spammer89 6 years, 8 months ago

Nope I get mine from the inlaws, farm raised and organic.

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sherbert 6 years, 8 months ago

HOw can it not, but then the spincach recall did the same thing. It could happen with any food product, not just beef.

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lakotachick 6 years, 8 months ago

I've been buying ground buffalo for a couple of years now. It costs a bit more, but it is worth it... I used to buy the leanest ground beef, but buffalo is about the same price.

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secretresistance 6 years, 8 months ago

All you people who voted yes, don't know realize that that recall goes back until 2006, and the vast majority of the beef in question has already been eaten? There is no new danger in the meat. Just eat it.

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Celeste Plitz 6 years, 8 months ago

I'm vegetarian anyway, but it's things like this that made me become one. Now I don't have to worry about it since I don't eat any animal. Spammer, you're lucky you have a source of beef that is humane. Too bad they're not all treated well!

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introversion 6 years, 8 months ago

http://youtube.com/watch?v=SWmAJlwLnQI

Yeah guys- watch this video, and just eat that beef. Eat it.

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John Reeves 6 years, 8 months ago

Join us for the Great Lawrence Loaf Off! Make mom proud and show off those mad loaf skills. http://www.lawrence.com/events/2008/mar/02/26461/

Attention Meatloaf Lovers of Lawrence! Your day has come. Following a lively discussion of all things meatloaf, a crew of determined and like-minded Lawrencians have scheduled THE GREAT LAWRENCE LOAF OFF to honor this humble and timeless dish. This convivial pot luck with esteemed judges and crafty prizes aims to become a near-spring tradition for the omnivore set.

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