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    Horse lasagna anyone?

    Has any of our UK friends had the "FINDUS" beef lasagna? It appears that it is made with horse beef.

    100% Horse Meat In Lasagna Found In Popular Brand In UK

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    Re: Horse lasagna anyone?

    I wonder how the MR.ED strip steak would compare to a KC strip steak. I've never eaten horse but it being a grain eater I would surmise that it would be comparable to beef, venison or buffalo.

    Anyone here ever eat horse knowingly?

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    Re: Horse lasagna anyone?

    It's no secret here that I love horses, particually those that jump over fences with a vertically challenged Irish man on It's back.

    However, I am a realist and know that horse meat Is eaten. I myself would never want to eat It and my main objection to horse meat is the truly appalling transportation conditions of horses In transit across Europe and the horrific practices In some horse slaughter houses. I have seen the evidence. I recently backed Andrew Brons call to The European Parliament over this Issue.

    Taking out the sheer cruelty aspect of some slaughter houses, It's not the eating of horse meat that Is the Issue but the criminal deception of what looks like now, a French supplier breaking every law In the EU book by selling horse meat as beef.

    I myself am thankfully not affected. I wouldn't buy anything from Findus and very rarely buy ready meals. I don't buy burgers either but If I had, I'd be pretty upset that I had been duped Into eating meat that I chose to boycott.
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    Re: Horse lasagna anyone?

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    It's no secret here that I love horses, particually those that jump over fences with a vertically challenged Irish man on It's back.

    However, I am a realist and know that horse meat Is eaten. I myself would never want to eat It and my main objection to horse meat is the truly appalling transportation conditions of horses In transit across Europe and the horrific practices In some horse slaughter houses. I have seen the evidence. I recently backed Andrew Brons call to The European Parliament over this Issue.

    Taking out the sheer cruelty aspect of some slaughter houses, It's not the eating of horse meat that Is the Issue but the criminal deception of what looks like now, a French supplier breaking every law In the EU book by selling horse meat as beef.

    I myself am thankfully not affected. I wouldn't buy anything from Findus and very rarely buy ready meals. I don't buy burgers either but If I had, I'd be pretty upset that I had been duped Into eating meat that I chose to boycott.
    I understand your stance. I would probably try it. I've eaten venison,elk,buffalo,lamb,goat etc. but never horse.

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    Re: Horse lasagna anyone?

    Long ago, I had pancakes that had mare's milk used in the batter,
    but never eaten horse meat.

    In addition to the transportation aspect and the slaughter
    conditions Oscar mentioned, the overwhelming likelihood of
    seriously bad for you DRUGS that could be in the horse meat
    should be enough to put anyone off of trying it, at the very least
    on a regular basis or not knowing supplier.
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    Re: Horse lasagna anyone?

    What Val said. I linked an article awhile back about how unsafe horsemeat is due to the unregulated and prolific use of drugs in horses to keep them on their feet and earning money.

    The most common pharmacological concern when it comes to horse meat is an anti-inflammatory drug called phenylbutazone, or “bute.” Whatever the exact lineup of drugs administered, many racehorses receive a steady dosage of bute. For all its effectiveness in treating horse pain, however, bute, a carcinogen, is strongly linked with bone marrow and liver problems in humans. In fact, the danger it poses is so acute that the FDA has banned its use in animals intended for human consumption because, according to one peer-reviewed study in Food and Chemical Toxicology, “it causes serious and lethal idiosyncratic adverse effects in humans.”
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    Re: Horse lasagna anyone?

    I heard on the News "Burger King" was selling beef burgers which was actually horse meat.

    People have been eating horse meat for years

    The deception has been going for years. probably will continue.

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    Re: Horse lasagna anyone?

    Anyone that eats pig shouldn't have a problem with horse.

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    Re: Horse lasagna anyone?

    Any meat product produced with good health practices in place is OK as far as I am concerned.
    The problem here is the products were falsely claimed to be Beef, the customer should always have the choice.
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    Re: Horse lasagna anyone?

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    We the UK have labelling laws and advertising laws.... plain and simple.

    It's not about anyone eating horse meat but about criminal deception of horse meat SOLD and advertised as beef.
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