5 Year Member
- Dec 31, 2011
- Location (City and/or State)
- West Bloomfield MI
ijmccollum said:Yeh, I rarely get to eat either since both are considered "red meat" and my husband has determined that to be detrimental to his health. I buy the kids the beef as an annual gift and buy a partial goat for myself to BBQ when Charlie is working evenings. I do expect at least a rib eye steak or two for my generosity. I do my part to take care of family and friends.
And as a note, my job is not involved in beef production. I study effects of plant poisonings of grazing animals and how to stop losses due to that consumption.
And on an additional note, that steak is expected from my kids, not the producer.
I have determined cheese is bad for my husband's health and he agreed not to eat it as much. I just got a call from my doctor today asking me why his cholesterol is so high and mine is actually too low... I said I dunno.. I make his breakfast, pack his lunch, and make his dinner so he should be eating the same as me. I waited for him to get home and interrogated him to the best of my ability but he isn't giving up his information. He is saying it's genetic. hmmm..