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 No.1809

(US perspective, maybe applies to Euros)
Considering the decline in the flavor quality of meats (particularly nonorganic chicken and beef, and especially pork, the only meat that does not come in organic in stores), is it safe to consume mixed meat products, like sausages, bologna, meat paste, etc? Often low quality cuts of meat go into making these products, the cuts that taste foul on their own prior to being spiced up.
I can't help shake the feeling that meat products in particular are being tampered with and corroding our health, while jews have their own higher quality, poison-free meats.
Also in the US, and probably in Europe, a lot of non-kosher non-pork products come from third world countries, like shrimp and clams and whatnot. Even in coastal cities in America, the shrimp at the local Kroger or Stop and Shop or Safeway or other big brand store is from China or India, nations known for their polluted waters.

 No.1812

>is it safe to consume mixed meat products, like sausages, bologna, meat paste, etc?
Processed meat is mostly low-quality nowadays, I'd refrain from consuming any such product from stores. It's well-known that the mainstream meat industry is heavily tampered with, thus meat from stores in general can't be considered healthy. Actual organic meat can be hard to find, but it's worth it.
>Also in the US, and probably in Europe, a lot of non-kosher non-pork products come from third world countries
Nowadays, meat in Europe in-general is typically imported with the exception of very localised places. For example, Germany, the Netherlands, France, and Poland make up 29.1% of total pork exports, but also 16.8% of total pork imports. Most beef in Europe is imported from Brazil and New Zealand, but Indian and far worse, Israeli exports are increasing, especially to Russia.

 No.1930

I've recently observed that a raw meat regime seems to work with regular non-kosher products bought in grocery stores nowadays, more specifically red meat. I can't speak for taste (since good taste is usually a byproduct of cooking, though I suspect that modern industrial cooking contributes to the decline in flavour), but a raw meat diet seems to be far more healthy than modern cooking. I suspect that modern cooking and also cooking devices in general are heavily to blame, not necessarily the quality of modern non-kosher meat itself (though it is preferrable to obtain native organic meat if you can).
Eating raw meat is heavily attacked nowadays in both mainstream and alternative circles, mainly because of the germ theory. I've commented about how the germ theory was questionable when discussing the Coronavirus, but look into Antoine Bechamp. He's a French scientist who provided a contemporary refutation of the germ theory, specifically that of Louis Pasteur:
http://www.pnf.org/compendium/Antoine_Bechamp.pdf
Going by the mainstream germ theory taught today, eating raw meat leads to Salmonella which is an invasive disease and is thus unhealthy, so they must be destroyed, but going by Bechamp, bacteria aren't invasive diseases and they're actually utilised in detox procedures, thus making eating raw meat far better than eating the disgusting jewish trash that is pushed today.



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