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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Cand 'o zbura porcu'

Presa britanica ne informeaza cum, 17 procente din ADULTII din Anglia, considera ca porcii au aripi si astea se pot cumpara de la ...macelarie !
Alti 25 % din adulti, cred ca pot cumpara de la supermarket " un picior de ficat" , sau " coaste de tofu " ...Nu, nu e gluma : e pe bune ! Asta-i nivelul de retardare si alienare in care traim ....

Studiul a fost facut pe adultii mancatori de carne ... Nah, pai in conditiile astea, eu am o scuza : pe vremea cand m-am mutat impreuna cu barbatu'meu ( el fiind carnivor convins ca moare daca nu mananca carne, la vremea aia ), m-a trimis la macelarie sa-i cumpar o bucata de carne, care e mai ieftina.
  Cum eu calcam prima oara intr-o macelarie, m-am uitat in vitrina si cea mai ieftina era carnea de"manzat". Si m-am asezat la coada si i-am cerut senina macelarului : o bucata de carne de cal . si n-am inteles de ce radea lumea de la coada si isi dadea coate, iar macelarul m-a refuzat ...
   Da, barbatu' meu s-a tavalit de ras cand mi-a explicat ca "manzat" nu inseamna manz, ci "carne cruda" din am uitat ce animal ( ca n-am mai repetat experienta cu carnea in veci ).

British consumers 'think pigs have wings'

An alarming 17 per cent of adults think pigs can fly. Or rather, their knowledge of butchery is so poor that they believe pork wings exist as a cut of meat.

A tofu rib or pork wing, madam?

A tofu rib or pork wing, madam? Photo: ALAMY

A survey has revealed the ignorance of many people when it comes to butcher's shops, once a part of people's weekly or even daily shop.
Not only did some think pig wings existed, nearly two in ten thought tofu ribs were a cut of meat, and a leg of liver was something you could buy.
As many as 23 per cent thought a chicken chop or a lamb drumstick was a product they could pick up in a supermarket or a butcher's shop.
The survey of a 1,000 adults – all of them meat eaters – was conducted on behalf of National Butchers' Week.
Ed Beddington, the editor of Meat Trades Journal, which organises the annual event, said: "The idea of flying bacon might seem appealing to some, but it's quite frightening how limited consumer knowledge on meat is. Despite the constant barrage of foodie-style television shows, we seem to be going backwards when it comes to basic food knowledge."
The results also showed how the slow by steady decline in butchers has changed consumers' shopping habits, with 38 per cent of people saying that there was no longer a butcher close enough to their home and 41 per cent saying they found their local butcher's too expensive. Many are now unable to compete with supermarkets, which can consistently offer low prices.
In the last decade more than 2,000 butchers have gone out of business, according to separate figures compiled by IGD, the market research company, which specialises in tracking the food industry.
Charlie Shaw, manager of the Ginger Pig butcher’s in London’s Borough Market, said: “We’re a nation of meat lovers but it’s heartbreaking that many people have a lack of basic knowledge about the different cuts of meat available and how to prepare them because they’re missing out on some delicious meals."


  1. Cum adica british??? Cred ca vroiai sa zici canadieni, nu?

  2. De data asta, canadienii au fost scutiti. Studiul a fost facut pe britanici. N-am nici o indoiala ca daca i-ar intreba si pe canadieni, am afla lucruri interesante...

  3. Cu expresia asta mai pacaleam copilul cand era mic !

  4. sonia, acuma chiar esti buna de plata cu ce i-ai promis copilului : scrie in ziar cum zboara porcii pe deasupra Angliei ...

  5. Tzipi,daca porcu' aterizeaza direct in farfurie o sa-i fie bine :D


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