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 Can you buy locally-raised meat at the supermarket?

Answer Probably not, they will have contracts with big beef companies.Visit some of your smaller butchers shops that will probably buy a few cattle they source in your area.Don;t be frightened to ask them... Read More »
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How can we justify eating animals raised for meat when many millions of people are malnourished and starving?

It can never be justified, wasting precious land to grow animal feed instead of using it to grow more crops for human consumption. If we eat the plants we grow instead of feeding them to livestock,... Read More »
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Meat thermometer says meat it at the right temperature, but meat is still pink inside?

The meat is safe to eat once it attains a certain temperature. If you prefer well done meat, cook it longer. The 165 degree rule is for safety.
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Does meat flavored sauce have meat in it if not then how do they achieve the meat flavor?

They would be some artificial flavours and could be anything, probably one of those additive numbersDune
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What does"queued locally"mean?

When downloading files from the Internet, the server where the file is located only has a limited number of ports into which you can connect. When all ports are being used by other downloaders, yo... Read More »
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