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How does Joe Joe explain the popularity of Mett?


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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mett
It is normally served with salt and black pepper, and sometimes with garlic, caraway or chopped onion, and eaten raw, usually on a bread roll.


Pepper ... a plant.

Garlic ... plant.

Caraway ... plant.

Chopped onion ... plant.

Bread roll ... Wheat, another plant.



As stated in the OP, "everything you season your meat with is designed to trick your brain into thinking it is a plant so you won't want to vomit when you eat it.

The wikipedia article also states it is "It is also sold in the form of mettwurst, a spicy, raw sausage, often smoked", so yes ... there very much is indeed smoke in sight. Smile

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Quite simply the most ludicrous statement I've ever read in my life.
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On Feb 18, 2019, stoneunhinged wrote:
How does Joe Joe explain the popularity of Mett?

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mett
It is normally served with salt and black pepper, and sometimes with garlic, caraway or chopped onion, and eaten raw, usually on a bread roll.

Pepper ... a plant.

Garlic ... plant.

Caraway ... plant.

Chopped onion ... plant.

Bread roll ... Wheat, another plant.

As stated in the OP, "everything you season your meat with is designed to trick your brain into thinking it is a plant so you won't want to vomit when you eat it.

The wikipedia article also states it is "It is also sold in the form of mettwurst, a spicy, raw sausage, often smoked", so yes ... there very much is indeed smoke in sight. Smile

-JoeJoe

Quite simply the most ludicrous statement I've ever read in my life.

If that's true, all I can say is that you must not get out much.
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It might not even be the most luxurious statement JoeJoe has ever made.
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It might not even be the most luxurious statement JoeJoe has ever made.

Luxurious?
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Auto corect (That one was intended.) attacks again.

No red lines under the word it must be spelled in the right way? Yep right way, wrong word!

Ludicrous was the intended word as opposed to the correctly spelled luxurious.
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On Feb 18, 2019, stoneunhinged wrote:
How does Joe Joe explain the popularity of Mett?

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mett
It is normally served with salt and black pepper, and sometimes with garlic, caraway or chopped onion, and eaten raw, usually on a bread roll.

Pepper ... a plant.

Garlic ... plant.

Caraway ... plant.

Chopped onion ... plant.

Bread roll ... Wheat, another plant.

As stated in the OP, "everything you season your meat with is designed to trick your brain into thinking it is a plant so you won't want to vomit when you eat it.

The wikipedia article also states it is "It is also sold in the form of mettwurst, a spicy, raw sausage, often smoked", so yes ... there very much is indeed smoke in sight. Smile

-JoeJoe

Quite simply the most ludicrous statement I've ever read in my life.

If that's true, all I can say is that you must not get out much.

I do get out. A lot. That's how ludicrous it is.
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On Feb 28, 2019, JoeJoe wrote:
Regardless, man did not eat flesh until after he learned how to build fire; until man learned how to build fire man ate nuts and berries. Man's natural instinct is a vegan diet, eating flesh is learned behavior.

Two simple Google searches put human's first control of fire at about 1 million years ago (give or take a couple of weeks), and human's first consumption of meat at about 2.6 million years ago.

In short, you statement appears to be garbage.

As the Geico cavemen have said repeatedly: do some research.
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Give or take a couple of weeks made me laugh out loud more than some comics I've seen recently.

Well played.
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There are dozens of different fake meats, to sample one and label them all is nonsense. Many of them are wheat based so that is like saying because you don't like pasta you don't want to eat donuts either.

Regardless, man did not eat flesh until after he learned how to build fire; until man learned how to build fire man ate nuts and berries. Man's natural instinct is a vegan diet, eating flesh is learned behavior.

-JoeJoe


However many "fake meats" there are is immaterial. The fact is, you make fake meat.
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Thanks, Danny.
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"Regardless, man did not eat flesh until after he learned how to build fire; until man learned how to build fire man ate nuts and berries. Man's natural instinct is a vegan diet, eating flesh is learned behavior."

Ok. You guys win. I don't get out much.
My lord Joe joe read a book.
We ate meat waaaaay before fire. No spices. No garlic. No agriculture.
And we loved it.
You have it backwards. We don't try to make meat taste like veg. You constantly try to make veg taste like meat.
Do you know how far from truth your views are? Do you actually care?
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We ate meat waaaaay before fire. No spices. No garlic. No agriculture.

Fortunately, Bromo-Seltzer had been discovered the week before.
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To be fair... I'm sure those animals ran through tall grass and shrubbery (which may have had berries), and were dragged back through others such flora after the kill on the way back to camp. So technically it was seasoned by plants Smile

Heck, I bet there were some fungi there too!
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I enjoy the way JoeJoe just thinks something and calls it "common sense" and just asserts it is true. Then he uses his assumptions, to prove his assertions are true. HILARIOUS. Then follows it with "duh" as if anyone who does research is an idiot.
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It really is mind boggling.
He says books are only good for making fire, then makes ludicrous assertions and argues they are based on fact.
Read the books first Joe Joe. Then burn them.
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Man could not hunt, kill, clean, and cook a deer until AFTER he "learns" how to fashion tools such as a blade and fire; the first generations of humans ate nuts, berries, insects, and small creatures before learning to eat mammals.

Ya'all are confusing acquired knowledge with instinctual behavior.

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You are confusing your assumptions and beliefs with facts.
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Man could not hunt, kill, clean, and cook a deer until AFTER he "learns" how to fashion tools such as a blade and fire; the first generations of humans ate nuts, berries, insects, and small creatures before learning to eat mammals.

Ya'all are confusing acquired knowledge with instinctual behavior.

And you're assuming that man had to cook a deer before eating it.

Face it, JoeJoe: you're wrong here. Man was eating meat about 1˝ million years before he learned how to cook it.
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Bill to be fair JoeJoe had no idea you would be using facts and proof in this discussion.
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On Mar 11, 2019, JoeJoe wrote:
Man could not hunt, kill, clean, and cook a deer until AFTER he "learns" how to fashion tools such as a blade and fire; the first generations of humans ate nuts, berries, insects, and small creatures before learning to eat mammals.

Ya'all are confusing acquired knowledge with instinctual behavior.

-JoeJoe

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