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What kind of beef in your Lasagna? Findus UK

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by teleamp, Feb 8, 2013.

  1. teleamp

    teleamp Poster Extraordinaire

    Especially if you shop at Findus, the Findus Beef Lasagna seems to be named correct as it contains 60-100% horse meat.

  2. jjkrause84

    jjkrause84 Poster Extraordinaire

    Feb 28, 2009
    London, England
    If you've never eaten horseflesh, you're missing out. It's delicious! Although I still chuckle when I think back to my French friend's response after I'd bought a bunch of horse-burgers:

    "Pas de chevaux chez-moi!"

  3. uriah1

    uriah1 Doctor of Teleocity Ad Free Member

    Feb 12, 2011
    That's not as bad as some international students I took to a store once, and
    they started getting cans of dog food, until I told them it was food for dogs
    not the other way around.

  4. BoogerRooger

    BoogerRooger Poster Extraordinaire

    Jun 3, 2009
    Suffolk Coast
    Low in fat - and no added Shergar.

  5. jkingma

    jkingma Super Moderator Staff Member

    Admin Post
    Horse meat is good eatin'.

  6. voodoostation

    voodoostation Tele-Afflicted

    May 10, 2007
    Midlothian, Va
    One of the more productive uses for them as well.

  7. redstringuitar

    redstringuitar Poster Extraordinaire

    Mar 6, 2009
    Hmmm.....I wonder....






    ???? :eek:

  8. fuzzbender

    fuzzbender Former Member

    Feb 15, 2011
    You guys been eating Laughing Hyenas, you dogs

  9. telleutelleme

    telleutelleme Doctor of Teleocity Ad Free Member

    Jan 15, 2010
    Beef = Cattle
    Horse = Horsemeat

    You use horses to round up cattle so you can get more beef.:lol:

    With beef you feed luthiers. If the horses wear out, you make horsehide glue and then the luthiers build vintage acoustics.

    Circle of life, simple.

  10. Nick JD

    Nick JD Doctor of Teleocity Ad Free Member

    Didn't Tesco just get busted for horsemeat in their burgers?

  11. Guitardvark

    Guitardvark Tele-Meister

    Oct 13, 2012
    horsemeat...Hippophagy may have become somewhat popular in industrial Europe, but it had been taboo there for at least a millennium before. Pope Gregory III wrote a letter to Boniface, an eighth-century bishop in Germany, instructing him to eliminate the practice among pagan converts of eating horsemeat. The pope described hippophagy as a “filthy and abominable custom". Horses arent kosher either. So historians popular view is that fact separated christians from pagans. Also in Ireland by canonic law "Collectio canonum Hibernensis" they were forbidden to eat horse meat and were therefore more or less starved and forced to live on bread and water.

    Depends on where you are from and how you were raised. Theres no meat a man cant eat. :twisted:

  12. Telemarkman

    Telemarkman Doctor of Teleocity Ad Free Member

    Dec 6, 2005
    I use beef mince (ground beef) in my Lasagna.

  13. Guitardvark

    Guitardvark Tele-Meister

    Oct 13, 2012
    in case you would like to try some heres how you carve a horse up

  14. furtherpale

    furtherpale Former Member

    Aug 11, 2012
    Melbourne - 32
    my dads wife is from thailand....i said i like steak.... she asked what that was, i said beef.... so she asked, what kind of beef?.... i said eye fillet.... we eventually worked out that beef in thailand is cow, dog, ox, cat etc... anything thats not chicken, pork or fish...and thats what she was getting at

  15. Jonone

    Jonone TDPRI Member

    Sep 9, 2011
    What about European salami, plenty of horse & donkey in that.

  16. Armo

    Armo Tele-Meister

    Nov 13, 2008
    Got some horse burgers at home - and they're off!!

  17. PeterUK

    PeterUK Friend of Leo's

    Mar 4, 2003
    Nottingham, UK
    I too have "enjoyed" horse, in the form of a sausage in France. It was OK, but I wouldn't go galloping back to that restaurant again. :lol:

    I must confess, the lack of traceability of food - particularly processed food - was a reason we don't have a freezer in our home anymore, so all our food is purchased fresh from local sources and farm shops. And we're not paying over the odds for it.

    The concept of convenience foods in our house is a meal that is quickly prepared with fresh ingredients, much of it locally sourced, and prepared in our kitchen using our own hands.

    My wife's lasange is all home made, it takes around 30-minutes to prepare, is 100% horse meat free (we can watch Bob our local butcher take the meat, which he buys locally from a farm which is around 500-metres from where I am sat) and is absolutely delicious.

    We're lucky. We live just 8-miles from a city in a village surrounded by farms, but with careful sourcing, anyone can prepare a fresh lasagne, with or without horsemeat, depending on their preferences and taste.

    Hopefully, this will make more people aware that the source of their food is important.

    :D Peter

  18. Nick JD

    Nick JD Doctor of Teleocity Ad Free Member

    Bwah ha ha HA!!

    I put ten quid on Whopper by a nose.

  19. jefrs

    jefrs Doctor of Teleocity

    Nov 20, 2007
    Newbury, England
    Appears to be much the same source, eastern european.

    Not so much as health scare, although horses may have been given veterinary medications not permitted in human food chain, as the wrong meat in the product, there's an element of criminal fraud afoot. Horses do not have the same rigorous controls that cattle have as food product. Quality control has gone titsup en France where the Findus product was made. Now the french do eat horse but they segregate it from beef and they are obsessed with food, they will go en fou absolutement.

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