To view some basic data on the Meat Grader’s Union (Click Here). To learn about the decertification process (Click Here).
A lush stand of mature switchgrass. 12 or so years ago I was unaware that only a relatively few people “think in pictures.” Further, I admittedly still know fairly little about the technical workings of viable cellulosic ethanol production. It was circa 2006 that I penned a short story title Visions of OBEC. As the years have since passed I learned that even though the vast majority of… Read More »
Three separate acquaintances of mine recently decided to purchase electric tabletop meat grinders. I have had my home meat processing setup for many years; so was not thinking about a need to offer direction to others that might be looking to begin processing wholesale cases of pork or beef and/or wild game meat. That’s right, home meat processing equipment can be… Read More »
I checked in on Mom at the Meat Counter the other day and saw an interesting new post that reminded me of yet another misconception that “non-meat people” often have. Let’s begin by reading Mom’s fairly short post (Click Here). I agree with what she said, however when abscesses get sent into the further processing and retail distribution establishments, there was… Read More »
Long ago, human subgroups migrated then evolved isolated in various regions of planet Earth. Some of the readily observable results of those prehistoric migrations are people of different skin colors, speaking different languages, having many different customs/societal norms, being of varying sizes and displaying characteristic subgroup facial features. As trade and travel continued increasing over long periods of… Read More »