Wednesday, January 30, 2013
It appears the Japanese “prefectures” are now missing the once “perfect” attribute, following the Tokoku earthquake. Yes, the green pastures along the coast and somewhat inland looks still so inviting and soothing, but appears to be sick! During the ground shaking, it appears the guts of the Fukushima nuclear reactors fell apart and for well over a year allowed radiation to spoil the air, which spoiled the rainwater and radiated the grazing lands, which seems to have radiated the famed Kobe & Wagyu beef industry. That nuclear fallout event was a 7 on the International Nuclear Event Scale, which means deadly radiation spewed away from its intended incarceration for weeks. But the lesions and tumors being discovered on the beef today, some 2-years gone by since the disaster, it is causing not a scare but a hit amongst those that have the economic freedom to enjoy this expensive cut of beef - sometimes tallying upwards $475.00 a pound delivered to uppity-up restaurants in NYC. Damn, how many Big Macs does that loot amount too? And cat & dog food made from the leftovers at the rendering plants, once again fit only for the 1% faction, how about $35 a can! Maybe the FOOD channel should re-assess those shows designed to help fend off starvation, as they are still stuck on $10-dollar a day meals for the proletariat class – that's the working class here in America. Anyway, talk about pampered pets. Anyway again, the radiated beef which now sports lesions and tumors, that living growth from the radiation is causing yet another aging process that is winning favorite upon the palate those that can indulge in this meal fit for the wealthy class. only Yes indeed, the radiation is causing the beef cattle to develop tumors and lesions that are acting like a natural MSG, and tenderizing the beef when still on the hoof. These beef cattle are sick to the stomach, yet allowed to survive for a profit! USDA approved? And because of this radiation sickness, which not only tenderizes even more this famed “tender” meat, it is adding another flavor of richness, as the living growth from the nuclear fallout gives away digestive chemicals during the growth process called “oxidation stress disoder”, so this stuff is at an all time demand and prices may tip out at $1000 per pound! Now many experts thought the nuclear fallout would be but a death grip upon this preferential industry, guess not. So for those that cannot afford such cuts of beef, which means you may never taste or ever see the affects of nuclear fallout and its effect upon the flesh of once healthy free-range cattle, here it is in living color? Remember, cooked rare is the best! Bona petite if you still have an appetite!
(Hunk of imported Kobe beef showing signs of "Oxidation Stress Disorder" throughout flesh, a form of radiation sickness)
Posted by Green Mountain Boy at 11:27 AM