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Friday, January 05, 2007


The Food and Drug Administration has given preliminary approval to meat and milk for consumption from cloned animals and their offspring.

Scientists found "virtually no difference between food from clones and food from
conventional livestock." However, they don't have enough information to decide whether food from sheep clones is safe.

Could someone be pulling the wool over their eyes? Do I have to give up my favorite mutton recipe?

And here I thought all I had to worry about was cloned Spam.

By the way, these photos are not of cloned steers. They were taken by Little Sis at her man's ranch in Florida.


Anonymous proofreader said...

Gives new meaning to Mickey Dee's double cheeseburger...

Fri Jan 05, 12:45:00 PM  
Anonymous proofreader said...

She can use the AK47 anytime they have a hankering for steak..

Fri Jan 05, 12:47:00 PM  
Anonymous Menuval said...

And when they clone human beings, cannibals will have a heyday.

Fri Jan 05, 02:53:00 PM  
Anonymous dmc said...

Just thinking about it turns my stomach, I dont know if I could eat it.

Fri Jan 05, 03:37:00 PM  
Anonymous Pete said...

One day we'll all be walking around
a la Clara Pell,the old Wendy's granny....."Where's the Beef?

Fri Jan 05, 04:45:00 PM  
Anonymous Slappy said...

When the stomach turns, do as the cows do,regurgitate & enjoy it all over again! CUD !!! Yum yum eat'em up!!

Fri Jan 05, 05:09:00 PM  
Blogger margaret said...

Will the FDA label the milk and beef from cloned animals, or will we have to guess??

Fri Jan 05, 07:56:00 PM  
Anonymous Ole Daddy said...

Favourite mutton recipe??? The odor/stench from cooking mutton over an open stove in a closed area should long ago have been classified as a weapon. I am part Brit and can't handle it.

Fri Jan 05, 10:22:00 PM  
Anonymous Mary had a little lamb said...

What no lamb chops?

Sat Jan 06, 09:03:00 AM  

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