Not A Skinny Bitch: Eat Game Meat
Wednesday is food day. Its time to figure out what I can tell you about food that is interesting other than eat more vegetable and eat organic.
Being a vegan is all the rage now but let me tell you. That just ain’t my thing. You see, I can understand why you act like a bitch when you only eat grass and leaves. I feel real pissed when I can’t have the good stuff: meat. I love meat. Not just red meat but pigs and chickens and fish. I have a new love for buffalo/bison meat. It is quite tasty and pretty easy to come by now. The beauty of eating buffalo is that is has a better nutritional profile than your every day beef. It is leaner and higher in omega 3 oils (which we should worship because they treat everything from brain problems, to dry eyes , to hearts, to dry you-know-what down there)
This summer I discover another tasty game meat: Elk. It tastes like a super brand of prima donna beef. It is juicy and flavorful and taste delicious in steak form or in ground form as a burger. I’m salivating just typing these words. When I was in Wyoming this July I had elk. My host had actually hunted it himself and prepared it from the moment of the kill. I know you are saying “Yuck” but did you know that mot hunters have lots of respect for the animals they kill and only take what they know they can use? They use every part of the animal from the hide to the antlers to the meat. Excellent hunters use a technique that is quick as not to cause suffering and fear in the animal. The fear and suffering causes the release of lactic acid and adrenaline into the muscle meat and that is what gives some game meat the “gamey” flavor that may people dislike.
Another notable about animals in the wild: Predator killing prey is much more brutal than a human hunter killing one elk or deer. Just turn on National Geographic and watch what happens. Have you ever seen a baby gazelle attacked and eaten right after it leaves the womb of its mother? and then the mother attacked and left for dead? Now that is brutality and reality of nature. Has been since the beginning of time.
Now I know PETA wants to go after me and vegans are sniffing and lifting up their nose about me recommending this but I say that are many ways to be healthy and healthy and happy for me is eating meats. Let’s make it so that the animals are treated with as much dignity as possible. (Since I own those fur coats, it would be a shame for them to go to waste. So when winter comes I am going to wear mine. It would be downright disrespectful for me to leave it in the closet. Besides, I get the energy of the animals telling me they are happy that at least I am alive and warm in that three feet of snow)
So go ahead and ignore the Skinny Bitch and eat meat! Being