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- "We don't have much in stock because all our livestock ke…
Plot twist: Animals have survived without antibiotics for millions of years.
Except that farms that don't use large quantities of antibiotics also don't keep them in incredibly unsanitary and inhumane conditions like common factory farms, which is why they get sick in the first place. Standing in your own shit will do that.. They generally eat real food too.
That whole thing with antibiotic resistant diseases is mostly brought on by the massive amount of antibiotics they dump into their feed.
see, odds are when they say anti biotic free, they mean they don't dump a surpluss into there foods, which transfers to humans and can cause issues with super viruses and such. they'd still be vaccinated.
- Okay, call me culturally inept or *****************, but leavi…
only in china couple editon
Unrefrigerated egg can last up to a month, maybe some of them gone bad by then, but not all.
fish are kept alive in water, brought out only when the fish at front are all sold.
meat is directly taken out of freshly killed animals, which are stored somewhere nearby. they do not sell meat from yesterday's batch.
the speed at which the products leave the butcher's selling table is fast, no meat or fish stays there for more than a few hours. they only bring out a set amount that will be bought quickly and replenished.
eggs DO NOT need to be refridgerated. They last a decent amount of time.
There's always a market less than half an hour away from you in asia. once you buy your meat you go home and cook it or freeze it.
so wild guess most of the people buying from a open air market either don't have the coolers your speaking about anyways or know they would need use it soon.
the eggs are far less of a concern
also if this is outrageous to you please for the love of god never look into how poorly your food is shipped prepared or stored you might have a stroke , just my observations from working at both a restaurant and a grocery story
- I am 40% Scottish, 25% Irish, 35% English and 5% French, and b…
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youre still 100% european
- But if it's mated with a sub species, it then in turn only cre…
- Because of genetics, if he mated with his clone, that clone wo…
in fairness, even if the clone turns out male, it could have been a viable reproduction method, at least till a suitable sub-species was found.
Either way, they've been trying to do exactly that with the real one.
But if it's mated with a sub species, it then in turn only creates a separate "mutt", and unless you mate two half mutts together with perfect conditions, which in biological science is damn near impossible, you will never get the the lost species back again. If a species can only survive purely on artificial means, while remaining sexual in reproduction, is it truly living as a viable species?
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- ...*sigh*... Why does this emotionally affect me...?
Jesus Christ, if they were 100% horse they would fucking buck your face in and run away.
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