firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > email@example.com wrote: > > Knut J Bjuland wrote: > > > Leif Erikson wrote: > > > > 666 wrote: > > > > > > > >> I like my dogs grilled or sautéed, reveals Danish prince > > > >> By Kate Connolly in Berlin > > > >> (Filed: 03/05/2006) > > > >> > > > >> Prince Henrik, the prince consort of Denmark, has shocked animal lovers > > > >> by declaring that dog meat - fried or grilled - is one of his favourite > > > >> dishes. > > > > > > > > I've often wondered what is the basis for the western aversion to eating > > > > most predator species. Apart from crackers in the south eating > > > > alligator on occasion, western civilization doesn't generally eat > > > > predators, e.g. wolves/dogs, bears, large cats, etc. > > > It is bassed on ecological reasons. It is better to eat herbivore than > > > carnivore because if you use carinovre you have to fist grow graise then > > > feed herbivore and then use the herbivore to feed carnivore. Thouse a > > > lot energy gets lost. > > > > What about salmon and tuna? > > Humans don't have to raise the fish that salmon and tuna > eat, so don't have to absorb the economic cost of eating > thsese predators. If you decided to subsist on a diet of > farm-raised roast lion, you'd have to raise a lot of wildebeasts > as well. >
What do salmon farms feed their fish?
Can I call them fish or do they have an industry name to avoid thinking of them as animals?
And is feeding these beasts to my children enough of an animal sacrifice ritual to appease my god?