Pink Slime – Update

Check out Food safety News for further information on the Pink Slime issue

2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by smallftprints on March 17, 2012 at 2:20 pm

    Wow … I wrote a whole response to this and WordPress said I wasn’t logged in (which I am) and erased my comment. Drat! Well … let’s see if I can do a quick recap (and hopefully wp won’t bounce me out again).

    The comment that all of the animal is used is very interesting. That almost sounds like a good thing. They fail to acknowledge, however, that they are using chemicals to treat those “parts”. Not such a good thing! All in all … I’ll stick with a vegetarian diet! đŸ™‚

    I’ve added a link to your site to today’s Super Star Saturday link-up at My Baby’s Green ( Have a great weekend!



    • @SF, I have had that happen more than once, which is why I always ctrl+c before I post comment; that way, I’ve covered my butt.

      I thought of you when I was preparing this pink slime stuff and figured out your response…

      My view is if it needs to be treated for bacteria, then it’s not good. Simple.

      Thanks for the link.




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