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POISONED MEAT – You may want to read this BEFORE dinner!
auntyuta Uncategorized 1 Minute
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Auntie, Sister. Grandmother, Great-Grandmother, Mother and Wife of German Descent I've lived in Australia since 1959 together with my husband Peter. We have four children, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. I started blogging because I wanted to publish some of my childhood memories. I am blogging now also some of my other memories. I like to publish some photos too as well as a little bit of a diary from the present time. Occasionally I publish a story with a bit of fiction in it. Peter, my husband, is publishing some of his stories under berlioz1935.wordpress.com View all posts by auntyuta
9 thoughts on “POISONED MEAT – You may want to read this BEFORE dinner!”
This is big news over here, but for some reason most people just seem to ignore the conditions that give rise to the problem, and just wait for meat to be recalled! I try to avoid meat entirely, but I give in periodically. And with these recent reports I’m even more determined. The situation really concerns me for my grandchildren, however. Their food supply is nothing like what I was raised with. Scary, isn’t it! It’s good to keep the conversation going and to alert as many people as possible.
They just wait for meat to be recalled, Debra? Well, it says for instance,:”Unlike E.coli, Salmonella is not considered a hazardous adulterant in meat, and processors are not required to test for it. Any recall due to Salmonella contamination is strictly voluntary”
For sure, I do find this quite scary. I do not know whether it makes a difference whether you are a great meat eater or eat only a little bit of meat. When I grew up, there were a lot less people on this earth. Accordingly, there was a lot less meat being produced. And we had meat only once a week, usually on Sunday. These days a lot of people people expect to eat meat every day!
Important info! Thank you for sharing this, Uta. It’s so scary. 😦
(Tonight my dinner was meatless. Whew.)
(((HUGS))) for you and Peter!!!
When we go to a restaurant, Carolyn, I find that for every meal with no meat in it,, there are usually dozens of meals offered with a real lot of meat in it! Why is that so?
I don’t know why. 🙂 I like meatless most of the time. If “meaty”, I like fish, seafood, and chicken best. 🙂
How are you and Peter doing today?
Stopping by with some (((HUGS))) 🙂
Thanks for the HUGS, dear Caroline. Today, after lunch, I published a few pictures of the wedding we went to last Sunday. You can find it here;
As you can imagine, there was a lot of hugging done all around during the wedding!
Today, while I spent some time at the computer, Peter went to get some fruit pies from a local pie shop. They were delicious.We had them with some coffee. And then we played a few games of Rummy.
Last Thursday Peter was offered some further treatment to be started in December. It looks like he can now have Radiation treatment plus some Chemo therapy.
In a few days we want to travel to the state of Victoria to spend some time with our son and family. November is really still springtime for us in Australia. But the last few days turned out to be very hot already with temperatures getting close to 40 C.
HUGS from us too. Love, Uta and Peter
You’re welcome! 🙂
Glad you got lots of hugs and had an enjoyable time at the wedding. 🙂
Have a good trip to Victoria! Enjoy your family! 🙂
I will keep Peter in my thoughts for his treatments in Dec.
Thanks, Carolyn, thank you very much. 🙂
I just updated my post from today with some more pictures from the day of the wedding!