Pork What? Beef What?
Did you ever wonder, when you were in the grocery store, what it means when a food is said to contain pork or beef?
I mean like, is it made from pork shoulder? pork tenderloin? pork butt? Or could it be made from some part of the pig that you don't want to realize you've been eating?
It's the same thing with beef, or indeed, any other food animal. What is the cut? How do manufacturers get by without specificity? I mean hamburger and ground beef are legally defined by the Food and Drug Administration. In reality, they should be one and the same, but they are not!
Now you know why they call that thing a burger, rather than a hamburger. Juice drink instead of juice. And so forth. People, they're conning you. At some level the whole world is conning you. After all, we know what greedy food purveyors can be capable of. And at times they are given the wink because they conform to a legal definition laid out by the politicians.
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