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Pork found in Moose lasagna

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...and of course it's from IKEA:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/06/ikea-moose-lasagna-recall_n_3027575.html?icid=hp_front_top_art

OK, this I can perfectly understand, as it represent an instance of a "negative labeling mistake" aka mislabeling something of perceived lower inherent value (pork, in this case) as something of perceived higher value (moose meat). If it was moose mislabelled as pork, nobody (or far less people, anyway) would complain (positive labeling mistake).

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Pork is, usually, always found in processed moose meat. Moose meat is the LEANEST meat you'll ever eat, right to the point of being offensively dry and somewhat tasteless. Whenever you make moose sausage or hamburger, you have to cut it with pork suit (fat) to give it some juice and flavor.

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There's an advantage to using game meat. Though I will say that I enjoy using a mixture of beef and venison hamburger. Oh, and top it with pepperoni. That's how you make some fucking unforgettable lasagna.

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Technician said:

Pork is, usually, always found in processed moose meat. Moose meat is the LEANEST meat you'll ever eat, right to the point of being offensively dry and somewhat tasteless. Whenever you make moose sausage or hamburger, you have to cut it with pork suit (fat) to give it some juice and flavor.

Seconded. Or, in emergency, empty can (or bottle) of beer on that moose meat. Yes, you read right.

In other words: Fuss for nothing.

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Welp, looks like the Doomworld detectives solved another mystery. All pork-related charges against IKEA are hereby dismissed.

Necromancer-AMV said:

That's suet.

I just know this little factoid is going to win me a Scrabble game in the future.

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