To all pork lovers, you might want to take a look why many do not eat pork and religion doesn't have much to do with it why? We know in the OT, God
said do not eat pork and he did not explain why? Well below are a couple videos showing why.
DON'T eat raw pork.
Now if you cook your pork well done, it will kill the parasite however it remains inside the meat...yummy.
In processed pork, like lunch meats and smoked pork, they are still there but dead and microscoptic (very small).
Eating pork frequently you will have a body order that others can smell and its pretty nasty.
I use to love bacon, BBQ pork ribs, bratwurst and pork roast as much as the next guy and its hard to give up but I have noticed I smell better and
feel much better after stop eating this infected meat.
So the next time you or your loved ones are eating pork think of the parasites you are eating and are being ingested inside your body and if the
parasite isn't dead, it will grow and multiple inside you.
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Yeah breakfast time over here so I'll skip on the video links...
anyway, pretty nasty those parasites but I wanted to touch on the oder.
I always thought it was a byproduct of our bio-industry. If you ever visited a slaughterhouse you can actually smell the fear and death in the air.
Pigs are pretty smart animals and I think they kinda know what's up when they enter such a place. Their bodies being full of stress hormones it
flavors the meat.
Eating a wild boar for instance which was shot in the wild will taste absolutely different.
Pork huh? Do you like Seafood? LOL!!!
I was an offshore commercial fisherman for many years.
I could, but won’t, ruin Seafood for a lot of people.
People should just enjoy the foods they love.
Life is too short to sweat the small stuff and, ahem, worms etc. in any meat is small stuff. 😈
We have, Fire!!!......
Because wild boar always tastes different, they also have carnivorous meals that makes the second difference
Try Spaghetti Bologna with wild boar meat, delicious!
But yes, a good butcher (vastly different to slaughterhouses) will let the animals accumulate first. The local butcher here let's them roam the
premise before they are lured in one by one. There was a newspaper article about him and he's well known by the kids, as they always stop at the gates
when animals are around.
It starts with loading the animals not using stress but have patience, also during transport and give them that cool down phase before the culling.
But sure they smell it, pigs and boars are very smart.
The coke/pepsi trick is IMHO bs. The most common parasite is Trichinella, you can't see them with the bare eyes, you need microscope for it. My foster
dad was a hunter, we hunted together often, most often boars and deer if it was necessary (sick or in pain).
The animal is broken up on site, meat will go into fridge and is sealed until the sample report comes back.
About the odor, that can be countered by freezing the pork meat once. If you get a smelly piece, don't throw away, freeze it for a day and most often
the smell and taste you wrote about should be gone.
Hear ye hear ye all good pork should also have potatoes including hash browns, potatoes O’Brien, French fries if consumed with double or even triple
bacon burgers, ham steak and mashed potatoes with ham gravy. Hell even down to the little things like twice baked potatoes with bacon bits.
The trichinella parasite - the worm - infects pigs which have eaten meat infected with the parasite. If pigs are tested (as is law in the UK), and
not fed meat (illegal in the UK), and have good standards of animal husbandry (as in the UK) then the chances they will NOT have the parasitic worms
as shown in the OP.
I would bet that the YouTube vid is from a feral pig, or from a crap US farm which is breaking whatever laws you have over in the States.
IMHO this video shows why Pepsi is bad for you. Even the worms cannot stand it!
Except those videos are viral hoaxes. Try it at home, it won't happen. The most common and troublesome pork parasite can't even be seen without a
microscope. So no, not all pork has parasites, but it can, as can any meat, so cook properly.
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