posted on Jun, 30 2013 @ 05:25 PM
I don't mind as long as it's labeled "equine" or "horse" not just "meat filler". Labeling is important. This for sheep, goats, rabbits, and
any other meat. I don't care if it's rendered animals from the shelters, tell me where it's from so I can be informed enough to be responsible for
the consent should I decide to eat it; don't reduce it down to it's most scientific-sounding name, like stearic acid or glycerine. At least give
people the respect of not being lied to. No soylent green surprises, or soylent neigh in this case.
Now it makes sense, that different flavor in the fast food. Too bad it's horses and not mules or donkeys, adding authentic flavor to the burrito in
the fast food menus. Still when I get the beef taco, I expect beef, not horse. Deceptive labeling is a crime.
Roswell New Mexico?! UFO Horse burgers! Off hand, reminds me of the story of the men in Africa who ate something from a downed UFO, made them sick,
and then they had special powers. That's not going to happen with the horse meat from Mexico is it? Sounds like it's going into meatloaf at