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2013-05-01 02:21:08 AM

Slartibartfaster: doglover: The problem with the proper vegetarian diet isn't that it lacks in any way the necessities of life. And skipping meat once a day never hurt anyone.

The main problem, and the reason vegans should be unwelcome in your home, even as emissaries of a friendly king, is that VEGETABLES ARE NOT MEAT AND YOU CAN'T SUBSTITUTE THEM FOR IT NO MATTER WHAT YOU DO YOU STUPID farkING ASSHOLES!

True (not really)

I cannot tell you how much I really really enjoyed tasting a local meat.
Golden retriever, kinda salty but very tender

// tasty tasty dog meat, mmm I love it
/ for reference yes you can substitute meat with vegetables, most of the world populations are vegetarian you farking ignorant dickwad


Now this isn't a "OhHOHO You're WRONG" but I'm kind of curious where you saw that....
 
2013-05-01 02:21:37 AM
School food was already flavorless
 
2013-05-01 02:21:43 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: What school cafeteria uses fresh, local seasonal produce now? They will use Sysco or Aramark products like every other school district.

Then why eliminate meat at all f you're just going to replace it with less healthy alternatives?


How long has it been since you've seen school cafeteria meat?
 
2013-05-01 02:21:53 AM

thisiszombocom: this is why asians are short.


Because they don't eat meat for lunch during the week?
 
2013-05-01 02:22:52 AM

ongbok: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Fun Dumpster: I'll stay away from the normal meat vs veggie derp, but I'd be curious to see how this public school manages to maintain this when school budgets in New York are already stretched to the breaking point.  Where are they finding the funding to continuously bring in the full veggie menu.  What quality of produce do they intend to use?  I understand that there may be some economy of scale at play, but how are they able to make a nutritionally viable meal on the traditionally meager budget assigned to school lunches?

I'm assuming they're going to be using a lot of refined grains and processed soy instead of fresh, local, seasonal produce. Which is a shame, if true.

What school cafeteria uses fresh, local seasonal produce now? They will use Sysco or Aramark products like every other school district.


My kids' school does.  It's called Farm to School

We also get locally grown and milled flour.

I had a major sad on a plane inbound to home when I overheard a kid lament how lame farms were, since you could get food at a grocery store...
 
2013-05-01 02:24:25 AM
# 10 cans of Sysco.
Yummy?
 
2013-05-01 02:25:34 AM

bindlestiff2600: no clue if true
but perhaps offers a why of other peoples thinking


http://www.purifymind.com/MeatProtein.htm
Eating such enormous quantities of animal proteins has a profound effect on human behaviour. Generally in nature carnivorous animals are fierce and aggressive, while non-carnivorous ones are peaceful and sociable. Another thing that can easily be seen is the gradual reduction in aggression in human beings as they move from a diet containing large amounts of meat towards one excluding high protein foods, especially meat. It is also well known that dogs, although carnivorous in nature, keep guard and attack strangers more effectively if they are fed larger than normal meat rations. Similarly, in wartime, when men are to take part in highly risky military action, they have to be given large meat rations, so that the meat is used as a drug to develop aggression, violence and moral insensitivity.

perhaps a desire for a more placid population
(dont think thats going to work)

oh also
know who else was a vegetarian
(finally got to do that in a fark thread)


That is some grade AAA propaganda right there. The GOP should hire that writer for the next election cycle.

We evolved to meat as part of our diet. The same thing with dairy products. A balanced diet that includes rational serving sizes with a wide variety of unprocessed food (you can have it some times as a treat) is what your body wants and needs.

BTW, the large servings of meat given to soldiers before a major offensive is to ensure that they are not malnourished from being at war so that they have a better chance to survive the battle. Having all the things your body needs to handle not having time to eat for a few days while you fight or lay bleeding out on the battlefield is a good idea.

\you can take my stake when you pry it from my clenched teeth
 
2013-05-01 02:25:54 AM
I'm just waiting for somebody to come in and tell us that this is an attempt by Liberals to indoctrinate children.

I am very surprised that nobody has already.
 
2013-05-01 02:26:10 AM

thisiszombocom: this is why asians are short.


...and, perhaps, why asian women are so goddamn hot instead of being cellulite warehouses by 17 1/2?

oh give me an asian woman that eats lots of veggies, please lord

/oh wait, have one.
 
2013-05-01 02:26:31 AM

Gyrfalcon: doglover: The problem with the proper vegetarian diet isn't that it lacks in any way the necessities of life. And skipping meat once a day never hurt anyone.

The main problem, and the reason vegans should be unwelcome in your home, even as emissaries of a friendly king, is that VEGETABLES ARE NOT MEAT AND YOU CAN'T SUBSTITUTE THEM FOR IT NO MATTER WHAT YOU DO YOU STUPID farkING ASSHOLES!

The problem with a proper vegetarian diet is that 99.5% of elementary school kids wouldn't touch it with a ten-foot hot dog. All this means is more school lunches in the trash can, and more kids eating Extra-Spicy Cheetohs and Gatorade for lunch. But hey, keep on trying to promote those healthful eating habits.


Well fark, kids these days could stand to miss a meal. And kids will eat healthy if that is the option, they will not (more than likely) starve themselves. And it's not like those things taste gross, its just not processed shiat.
 
2013-05-01 02:26:46 AM

BarkingUnicorn: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: What school cafeteria uses fresh, local seasonal produce now? They will use Sysco or Aramark products like every other school district.

Then why eliminate meat at all f you're just going to replace it with less healthy alternatives?

How long has it been since you've seen school cafeteria meat?


Too long :(
 
2013-05-01 02:28:13 AM

gozar_the_destroyer: bindlestiff2600: no clue if true
but perhaps offers a why of other peoples thinking


http://www.purifymind.com/MeatProtein.htm
Eating such enormous quantities of animal proteins has a profound effect on human behaviour. Generally in nature carnivorous animals are fierce and aggressive, while non-carnivorous ones are peaceful and sociable. Another thing that can easily be seen is the gradual reduction in aggression in human beings as they move from a diet containing large amounts of meat towards one excluding high protein foods, especially meat. It is also well known that dogs, although carnivorous in nature, keep guard and attack strangers more effectively if they are fed larger than normal meat rations. Similarly, in wartime, when men are to take part in highly risky military action, they have to be given large meat rations, so that the meat is used as a drug to develop aggression, violence and moral insensitivity.

perhaps a desire for a more placid population
(dont think thats going to work)

oh also
know who else was a vegetarian
(finally got to do that in a fark thread)

That is some grade AAA propaganda right there. The GOP should hire that writer for the next election cycle.

We evolved to meat as part of our diet. The same thing with dairy products. A balanced diet that includes rational serving sizes with a wide variety of unprocessed food (you can have it some times as a treat) is what your body wants and needs.

BTW, the large servings of meat given to soldiers before a major offensive is to ensure that they are not malnourished from being at war so that they have a better chance to survive the battle. Having all the things your body needs to handle not having time to eat for a few days while you fight or lay bleeding out on the battlefield is a good idea.

\you can take my stake when you pry it from my clenched teeth


How do you like it?

2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-05-01 02:30:55 AM

ongbok: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: ongbok: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Fun Dumpster: I'll stay away from the normal meat vs veggie derp, but I'd be curious to see how this public school manages to maintain this when school budgets in New York are already stretched to the breaking point.  Where are they finding the funding to continuously bring in the full veggie menu.  What quality of produce do they intend to use?  I understand that there may be some economy of scale at play, but how are they able to make a nutritionally viable meal on the traditionally meager budget assigned to school lunches?

I'm assuming they're going to be using a lot of refined grains and processed soy instead of fresh, local, seasonal produce. Which is a shame, if true.

What school cafeteria uses fresh, local seasonal produce now? They will use Sysco or Aramark products like every other school district.

Then why eliminate meat at all f you're just going to replace it with less healthy alternatives?

Just because it isn't fresh locally grown produce doesn't mean that it is unhealthy. That giant can of green beans may not be as healthy as fresh green beans, but they will provide the necessary nutrients and isn't unhealthy. Plus providing them with a meat free lunch will probably give them more energy in the afternoon and they will have less of the itis than if they were eating meat.


The  itis is from consuming too many or too easily digested calories in one sitting. Getting rid of the Wonderbread and chips would make just as much a difference. And not deep frying everything...

Wasn't there a British chef that tried to do most of this and found out that he could, on the budget, but it would cut out the money to big food and instead spend it on having the lunch ladies cook instead of reheating everything?
 
2013-05-01 02:31:08 AM
I predict those kids will be farting a lot more.
 
2013-05-01 02:31:44 AM
I don't understand the outrage.

Does it matter if they have one or two meals a day that don't contain meat?
Are these kids not allowed to eat meat at home?
 
2013-05-01 02:32:19 AM

meat0918: gozar_the_destroyer: bindlestiff2600: no clue if true
but perhaps offers a why of other peoples thinking


http://www.purifymind.com/MeatProtein.htm
Eating such enormous quantities of animal proteins has a profound effect on human behaviour. Generally in nature carnivorous animals are fierce and aggressive, while non-carnivorous ones are peaceful and sociable. Another thing that can easily be seen is the gradual reduction in aggression in human beings as they move from a diet containing large amounts of meat towards one excluding high protein foods, especially meat. It is also well known that dogs, although carnivorous in nature, keep guard and attack strangers more effectively if they are fed larger than normal meat rations. Similarly, in wartime, when men are to take part in highly risky military action, they have to be given large meat rations, so that the meat is used as a drug to develop aggression, violence and moral insensitivity.

perhaps a desire for a more placid population
(dont think thats going to work)

oh also
know who else was a vegetarian
(finally got to do that in a fark thread)

That is some grade AAA propaganda right there. The GOP should hire that writer for the next election cycle.

We evolved to meat as part of our diet. The same thing with dairy products. A balanced diet that includes rational serving sizes with a wide variety of unprocessed food (you can have it some times as a treat) is what your body wants and needs.

BTW, the large servings of meat given to soldiers before a major offensive is to ensure that they are not malnourished from being at war so that they have a better chance to survive the battle. Having all the things your body needs to handle not having time to eat for a few days while you fight or lay bleeding out on the battlefield is a good idea.

\you can take my stake when you pry it from my clenched teeth

How do you like it?

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 500x400]


Bloody! Shove it back into to vampire a few more times until the heart gets stuck.
 
2013-05-01 02:32:26 AM

meat0918: vpb: Wow! There's some powerful derp here.

I an not a herbivore, but I know enough about nutrition to know that you can get all the protein and fat you need from plants.  You may not enjoy it, but it can be done.

Yes, but the extra carbs one will consume in order to get all the other nutrients you need.

Yikes.


Combine beans with a grain and you have your complete protein while keeping the carbs within reason.  There isn't any need to load up on carbs for nutrients in a vegetarian diet.  People do it because carby foods are tasty comfort foods they substitute in for eating meat in that role.
 
2013-05-01 02:32:31 AM
OK, all you folks who say how this is great, and vegetarianism doesn't mean they won't get complete proteins...

This is the US Public Education system.  These people think ketchup is a farking vegetable.  They fire people for making more nutritious meals that don't follow the rules of buying pre-processed food from approved suppliers.  Do you really think they are capable of combining foods properly for proper nutrition now?  How do you think they're going to do with vegetarianism?
 
2013-05-01 02:32:48 AM

Gilligann: I don't understand the outrage.

Does it matter if they have one or two meals a day that don't contain meat?
Are these kids not allowed to eat meat at home?


What outrage?
 
2013-05-01 02:34:00 AM

Benevolent Misanthrope: OK, all you folks who say how this is great, and vegetarianism doesn't mean they won't get complete proteins...

This is the US Public Education system.  These people think ketchup is a farking vegetable.  They fire people for making more nutritious meals that don't follow the rules of buying pre-processed food from approved suppliers.  Do you really think they are capable of combining foods properly for proper nutrition now?  How do you think they're going to do with vegetarianism?


1. About a million eyes are watching them right now, waiting for them to make a mistake.
2. See #1.
 
2013-05-01 02:36:15 AM
How do you think they're going to do with vegetarianism?

Rice and Beans is not exactly an unknown rare crazy dish.
 
2013-05-01 02:38:49 AM
Or, I've heard of this product called a "chicken egg" that is apparently eaten widely by the most common type of vegetarians.
 
2013-05-01 02:39:17 AM

Ranger Rover: doglover: The problem with the proper vegetarian diet isn't that it lacks in any way the necessities of life. And skipping meat once a day never hurt anyone.

The main problem, and the reason vegans should be unwelcome in your home, even as emissaries of a friendly king, is that VEGETABLES ARE NOT MEAT AND YOU CAN'T SUBSTITUTE THEM FOR IT NO MATTER WHAT YOU DO YOU STUPID farkING ASSHOLES!

So true. The last time I had a vegan over for dinner (and we had agreed to cook an all vegan dinner) I stood in my kitchen blinking in complete silence for about an hour when I realized I couldn't use butter.


Vegans don't bother me. Eat whatever the fark makes you happy. But don't come over to MY house during a BBQ and expect me to bend over backwards cleaning the grill of any and all animal proteins (or hell....my oven). I will accomodate you, but not to the extent that I spend more time on your diet than the other 40 people that showed up, some who may have food allergies or diabetes or whatever. Bring something yourself and I will heat it up for you. And here's a rum and coke for you. You look stressed.
 
2013-05-01 02:41:27 AM
Is  "growth stunted" what they're calling the non-obese these days?
 
2013-05-01 02:43:57 AM

Hickory-smoked: Is  "growth stunted" what they're calling the non-obese these days?


Carbs and grains make people fat, not meat. Your understanding of nutrition dates back to about 1972.
 
2013-05-01 02:45:23 AM

furiousxgeorge: How do you think they're going to do with vegetarianism?


furiousxgeorge: Or, I've heard of this product called a "chicken egg" that is apparently eaten widely by the most common type of vegetarians.

Rice and Beans is not exactly an unknown rare crazy dish.


I contend that if they can't buy them pre-processed from an approved supplier with business deals with the district, pre-made, heat-n-eat, it's not going to work.  It may be good for a little while.  But eventually those kids are going to be no better off, or perhaps worse off than before, for nutrition.

Which is a shame, because there's no real reason schools shouldn't be able to serve fresh, in-house-prepared, nutritious meals.  Vegetarian or not.
 
2013-05-01 02:46:20 AM

gozar_the_destroyer: Wasn't there a British chef that tried to do most of this and found out that he could, on the budget, but it would cut out the money to big food and instead spend it on having the lunch ladies cook instead of reheating everything?


Jamie Oliver I think, from the Naked Chef.

He got tossed out of LAUSD when he tried that here. Turns out politicians get a little defensive when you want to point out what they are doing wrong and how they can do it better, especially for less money.

/also tends to piss off your brother, who just happens to be the CEO of the delivery company (not saying that's actually what's going on in L.A., but wouldn't be surprised if there's a link somewhere)
 
2013-05-01 02:48:40 AM

thisiszombocom: this is why asians are short.


I had a buh moment yesterday when I saw a picture of MacArthur with Emperor Hirohito.  The Emperor of Japan looks like a midget.  You can't say Hirohito was ever wanting for a sandwich, confined to eating rice and a little sea weed topped with a small piece of mackerel.
 
2013-05-01 02:48:50 AM
It sucks that they're banning kids from bringing a turkey sandwich from home the way I used to. Wait...they're not? What am I supposed to get angry about now?
 
2013-05-01 02:50:58 AM

Benevolent Misanthrope: I contend that if they can't buy them pre-processed from an approved supplier with business deals with the district, pre-made, heat-n-eat, it's not going to work. It may be good for a little while. But eventually those kids are going to be no better off, or perhaps worse off than before, for nutrition.


What exactly are you suggesting the processing is removing from the rice and beans, nutrition wise?
 
2013-05-01 02:52:00 AM
It sucks that they're doing this without wider community approval. If they think that this is magically going to result in those kids becoming ardent vegetarians they might be surprised at the unintended consequences. On the other hand, at a public school you don't have a right to expect them to conform to your diet needs. At least I don't think that's the case. Can a single parent expect the entire kitchen to be kosher, for example?

/hate every single vegetable except corn and potatoes (and that barely counts)
//healthier than pretty much everyone I know so :-P
 
2013-05-01 02:52:04 AM

Peki: gozar_the_destroyer: Wasn't there a British chef that tried to do most of this and found out that he could, on the budget, but it would cut out the money to big food and instead spend it on having the lunch ladies cook instead of reheating everything?

Jamie Oliver I think, from the Naked Chef.

He got tossed out of LAUSD when he tried that here. Turns out politicians get a little defensive when you want to point out what they are doing wrong and how they can do it better, especially for less money.

/also tends to piss off your brother, who just happens to be the CEO of the delivery company (not saying that's actually what's going on in L.A., but wouldn't be surprised if there's a link somewhere)


I'm fairly certain that the food companies have links to those who make the decisions, in some way.  It's just the way it works.
 
2013-05-01 02:54:02 AM

furiousxgeorge: Benevolent Misanthrope: I contend that if they can't buy them pre-processed from an approved supplier with business deals with the district, pre-made, heat-n-eat, it's not going to work. It may be good for a little while. But eventually those kids are going to be no better off, or perhaps worse off than before, for nutrition.

What exactly are you suggesting the processing is removing from the rice and beans, nutrition wise?


Adding.  Salt, preservatives, etc.  It's the diference between starting from dry beans and rice, and buying Vigo black beans and rice mix.  Which do you think is better for them?
 
2013-05-01 02:57:13 AM

LDM90: It sucks that they're banning kids from bringing a turkey sandwich from home the way I used to. Wait...they're not? What am I supposed to get angry about now?


Right. If poor kids on lunch assistance want to eat, they'll eat what we tell them. There's nothing wrong with that. Just like there's nothing wrong with forcing their parents to not be on the substances we disapprove of, or force them to get the grades we demand if they're going to get anything at all?

Why are people mad about this sort of stuff again? Aren't the underclass our playthings for social engineering and legislated morality?
 
2013-05-01 02:57:59 AM

Benevolent Misanthrope: furiousxgeorge: Benevolent Misanthrope: I contend that if they can't buy them pre-processed from an approved supplier with business deals with the district, pre-made, heat-n-eat, it's not going to work. It may be good for a little while. But eventually those kids are going to be no better off, or perhaps worse off than before, for nutrition.

What exactly are you suggesting the processing is removing from the rice and beans, nutrition wise?

Adding.  Salt, preservatives, etc.  It's the diference between starting from dry beans and rice, and buying Vigo black beans and rice mix.  Which do you think is better for them?


Oh God, preservatives hysteria.  Just shut up.  You are going to be adding salt to rice and beans even if you cook it from dry.

You do the rice at the school in a rice cooker, it's as easy as using a microwave.  You get the beans in cans and rinse them off if you are afraid of additives.  It's not any less healthy than cooking from dry.  But you can do them dry in a pressure cooker or whatever if you want to. Rice and Beans is like the simplest thing to make in the world.
 
2013-05-01 02:58:51 AM

Benevolent Misanthrope: I'm fairly certain that the food companies have links to those who make the decisions, in some way.  It's just the way it works.


I really hate to think that way.

Then I saw what happened to the prop A money for the community colleges in California. Holy crap.

/you think corruption is only a Florida trick?? Yeesh.
 
2013-05-01 03:07:48 AM

redslippers: Ranger Rover: doglover: The problem with the proper vegetarian diet isn't that it lacks in any way the necessities of life. And skipping meat once a day never hurt anyone.

The main problem, and the reason vegans should be unwelcome in your home, even as emissaries of a friendly king, is that VEGETABLES ARE NOT MEAT AND YOU CAN'T SUBSTITUTE THEM FOR IT NO MATTER WHAT YOU DO YOU STUPID farkING ASSHOLES!

So true. The last time I had a vegan over for dinner (and we had agreed to cook an all vegan dinner) I stood in my kitchen blinking in complete silence for about an hour when I realized I couldn't use butter.

Vegan cooking is lust free. There is nothing unctuous or lush about it, and there can't be. It's like Mormon sex, but food.


I am an omnivore and just had baby sheep for dinner.  However, I disagree with your blanket statement about vegan food.  I recently ate at a vegan restaurant and was quite surprised by the food, it was every bit as good as any similar non-vegan restaurant and I would be happy to eat there regularly.

/also ate a a vegan "fast food" place, had fake chili dogs and air fries.  It tasted like baked ass.
 
2013-05-01 03:08:17 AM

furiousxgeorge: Benevolent Misanthrope: furiousxgeorge: Benevolent Misanthrope: I contend that if they can't buy them pre-processed from an approved supplier with business deals with the district, pre-made, heat-n-eat, it's not going to work. It may be good for a little while. But eventually those kids are going to be no better off, or perhaps worse off than before, for nutrition.

What exactly are you suggesting the processing is removing from the rice and beans, nutrition wise?

Adding.  Salt, preservatives, etc.  It's the diference between starting from dry beans and rice, and buying Vigo black beans and rice mix.  Which do you think is better for them?

Oh God, preservatives hysteria.  Just shut up.  You are going to be adding salt to rice and beans even if you cook it from dry.

You do the rice at the school in a rice cooker, it's as easy as using a microwave.  You get the beans in cans and rinse them off if you are afraid of additives.  It's not any less healthy than cooking from dry.  But you can do them dry in a pressure cooker or whatever if you want to. Rice and Beans is like the simplest thing to make in the world.


I'm not disagreeing that it's simple to do and the schools should be able to.  I'm telling you, having worked in government for a while and paid attention to how our schools feed children (and make those decisions of what to feed them) over the years, THEY WON'T.  Even budgeting for that rice maker - sorry, we got Administrative Theory Conferences to fund.

And besides - you're telling me that you're okay with feeding the kids canned beans and rice, every day, no change, all the time?  I don't think you are - so, once we move past pre-scrambled eggs in a bag, and beans-n-rice mix, and frozen cheese burritos and quesadillas, what else?  Keeping within the normal school lunch budget, mind you - no cheating with really good pre-packaged vegetarian foods.

I think this whole thing is a good idea, but I'm not at all sure the schools will do it right.  As a matter of fact I'm pretty sure it'll be bollocksed within a year.

And I very much hope I am proven wrong.
 
2013-05-01 03:10:54 AM
I guess it's easier for me to conceive of it because I'm not a luddite about processing.
 
2013-05-01 03:12:52 AM

Mimic_Octopus: CruJones: I'm not sure replacing chicken with a cheese quesadilla is healthier

seriously, a farking fried cheese on processerd totilla butter biscuit ? coronary by 4th grade.  These vegetarians are farking dumb.  roasted or braised meat of any kind, as long as unprocessed, is far better than any fried cheese or fried vegetable entree.  kids are not eating steamed vegetables they will have to fry all of it. you can grill or roast a chicken thigh.


Microwaved veggies are the bomb.

coronary by 4th grade.

As the good lady said, these are vegetarians, not vegans. Vegans gonna die...
 
2013-05-01 03:13:43 AM

furiousxgeorge: How do you think they're going to do with vegetarianism?

Rice and Beans is not exactly an unknown rare crazy dish.


rice n beans with a bit of hot sauce and maybe a fried egg on top???

i wouldve eaten that at school.

especially dried beans prepared in
 
2013-05-01 03:14:25 AM
a pressure cooker.

godam phone
 
2013-05-01 03:15:29 AM

Jensaarai: LDM90: It sucks that they're banning kids from bringing a turkey sandwich from home the way I used to. Wait...they're not? What am I supposed to get angry about now?

Right. If poor kids on lunch assistance want to eat, they'll eat what we tell them. There's nothing wrong with that. Just like there's nothing wrong with forcing their parents to not be on the substances we disapprove of, or force them to get the grades we demand if they're going to get anything at all?

Why are people mad about this sort of stuff again? Aren't the underclass our playthings for social engineering and legislated morality?


You either missed my point or are being deliberately obtuse. I'll repeat in simpler English: The local government is under obligation to provide your snowflake a meal. If it doesn't meet your approval bag one up yourself instead of biatching. Or start a campaign to raise taxes and awareness.
 
2013-05-01 03:16:39 AM

my herniated disc: a pressure cooker.

godam phone


Hmm. . . would those even be allowed in schools? They are WMDs.

/the more you know


//not serious, not serious! please don't hurt me.
 
2013-05-01 03:18:42 AM
I like the lie in that article, that the kids chose to go to the more vegetarian meals. like kids will willingly eat that vegetarian crap. I'm sure more liberal indoctrination centers will move to the same policy. Oh well kids, learn how to make your own lunch and bring it to school.
 
2013-05-01 03:22:13 AM
public schools!
 
2013-05-01 03:23:48 AM
I would have been glad to go to a school that had any vegetarian food . . . sounds like they have a nice menu.
 
2013-05-01 03:27:16 AM

Slartibartfaster: most of the world populations are vegetarian you farking ignorant dickwad


Mostly because they don't all have a choice.

Mimic_Octopus: seriously, a farking fried cheese on processerd totilla butter biscuit ? coronary by 4th grade. These vegetarians are farking dumb. roasted or braised meat of any kind, as long as unprocessed, is far better than any fried cheese or fried vegetable entree. kids are not eating steamed vegetables they will have to fry all of it. you can grill or roast a chicken thigh.


Maybe if it's all three meals a day for 10 years. Otherwise, stop being stupid.

Gyrfalcon: ...and more kids eating Extra-Spicy Cheetohs and Gatorade for lunch.

You kiddin' me? I still (sometimes) eat that for dinner!

doglover: The main problem, and the reason vegans should be unwelcome in your home, even as emissaries of a friendly king, is that VEGETABLES ARE NOT MEAT AND YOU CAN'T SUBSTITUTE THEM FOR IT NO MATTER WHAT YOU DO YOU STUPID farkING ASSHOLES!


I don't have any problem with vegetarians, and most of the ones I've know have been pretty cool. But I can't farking stand vegans. They're smug by design. The idea of "exploiting an animal is wrong" is just stupid on the face of it. Milk is produced for the purpose of being consumed. But they don't seem to care if animals are "exploited" in other ways, such as being used as props in movies. Speaking of which, if vegans were truly concerned, they shouldn't be allowed to watch films, as celluloid contains animal protein. Nor should they be allowed to eat Jello, but I've never heard anyone ever bring this stuff up.
 
2013-05-01 03:29:07 AM
This is an outrage!

How dare they not force those children to eat the "mystery meat".
 
2013-05-01 03:29:54 AM

Gilligann: I don't understand the outrage.

Does it matter if they have one or two meals a day that don't contain meat?
Are these kids not allowed to eat meat at home?


Buh buh "their takin awey are fredums!" That's the only thing this is about.
 
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