That’s been part of the plan all along. The Model 3 was supposed to be the Model E, but apparently Ford has some claim on that, so Elon went all 1337.
You just say “plant milks” like a normal human.
What about Milk of Magnesia?
Yes, cow’s milk is trash. As far as the plant milks, most are going to be pretty good. The only one that would probably stick out as not as good (environmentally) would be almond. Soymilk is best in terms of nutrition vs price.
As I write this there’s one day left in the auction, which ends Friday afternoon, and the price stands at $113,000.
Never had wagyu, but this shit looks pretty good. What did you think of it last time you had something like this?
Nothing in that report strengthens your opinion.
Where there is a will, there is a way. And no matter the land you raise livestock, it doesn’t address the GHG problem, which is why livestock has to go, period. it would be a hell of a lot easier to do that than to ween the world off of fossil fuels.
Who hurt you, snowflake?
That was all very Fox News of you. It’s clear you have no interest in or are willfully ignorant of science, reasoning, common sense, logic, or ethics. I’ve done all this for a long time and I’ve seen all your sillyness before.
Gee, you’re really committed to trying to justify bad health, cruelty, and environmental ruin. I mean you’re really reaching with some of this.
Holy shit, so many tropes and fallacies, it’s hard to know where to start.
Protip: like anything else, there are good “fake meats” and bad ones. They are many store bought and homemade types. It’s okay not to know things, but to speak on them without experience is disingenuous. There’s more out there than frozen bean burgers. My favorite thing being seitan gyros (kababs), mine are better…
Hmm, given the massive increase in the sales and availability in plant based foods (several hundred percent over the last few years), I guess actually that’s true, even if it’s not what I said.
That’s not how animal agriculture works in 2019. At all. Chickens emit less pollution, yes, but all are still less efficient than just eating a plant based diet. Pigs aren’t fed scrap food from a resultant, crops are still grown for them - many times more than would be needed to just feed people the same nutrients.
I don’t mean to insult your vegetarian friends, but they can’t be more wrong. Like so ironically wrong, it’s funny.
Try it. Google your favorite food and “vegan” and I bet there is a usable recipe.