Category Archives: Food Processing

Almond and Rice and animal milks

Milk apparently can only come from cows Or coconuts Goats perhaps and even sheep And camels possibly But now the vegan drinks have surfaced Out of grains and nuts and beans Coming to the forefront Its amazing what machines Are … Continue reading

Big eyes no heart

A South Korean Restaurant In Pusan prides itself on offering its customers Living foods. How loathsome and our hateful To imagine it can be right To consume living creation Enjoying every bite Torn out of the ocean As painful as … Continue reading

All glued up to cheat and compromise

A mental abberation A barrenness of thought Really an inversion That the banker man had sought A way of making profit From the opposite of good In the quiet of the cutting room Impulsively it would Happen really spring to … Continue reading

Pringles

Pringles, kellogs makes them Proctor and Gamble, they Thought they had a great idea Potatoes all the way GM corn Rice and spuds Grind them up and see Add a million chemicals And fry it all and be Adding crazy … Continue reading

Dr Gian Choo Hoo to some

CITES has this man on board In defence of who Animals is that his role If so what does he do He welcomes the shark finning And deals in crocodiles This must be an embarrassment That altogether riles Those who … Continue reading

Modified starches

Its a crime against the customer You are serving The infant who is ignorant and whose Parent will be thinking its organic And really its a chance they dare not lose To feed their precious offspring on organic Food, for … Continue reading

Mind you!

I point my sweet Advice at you Those who gave up flesh All through their lives till then may be They were a sick depository And then it dawned on them that they Would try to use another way They … Continue reading

Why be a dick?

Medicines do nothing For a body that is sick And drugs are bloody useless Why are you such a dick? To listen to those white coats Peddler’s of them who Get their kick back quietly And, smile at you too … Continue reading

DNA

We hear just now That franks and sausages May have human DNA It must be from Someone’s saliva Or perhaps their piss Along the way Vegetarian sausage too have meat No wonder where they are made In apparatus never Cleaned … Continue reading

Stigma of artificiality a poem inspired by Duncan Burn

Waste at home is one thing But waste on the farm amounts To a massive loss of profit Which honestly now counts It has completely changed the market place All over the world And its down to “outgrades” Where the … Continue reading