Seriously, I could literally not tell the difference between the Impossible Burger and a regular beef burger. It was that good. If you ever get a chance to try one, go for it!mashers wrote: ↑04 May 2019Oh wow, I had never heard of it! Thank you, I'll look into it. I do really miss beef since deciding not to eat mammals, so this could be a great tip for me. Thank you!
The funny part is: it's really not that much different health-wise. But who eats a burger to be healthy anyway?
I see. Yes, adopting can be a tribulation in itself - I have friends who successfully adopted and I have friends who had trouble conceiving and considered adopting as well (but then were able to conceive after fertility treatments). So please don't take this the wrong way, and I mean no offense, but you seem to possess some seriously jaded beliefs about having children for not ever having any. I only have 1 kid, but my wife and I seriously considered having 2 or 3 - we just never got around to it because we're busy and had a small house. But I come from a family with 5 siblings; my wife comes from a family with 2 siblings. Our parents came from families that averaged 3-5 siblings, and often more.
But we live in the western world and population in the US hasn't reached critical mass. As far as landmass/area goes, we're actually a pretty small country population-wise!
As you may or may not have read from my comments above with bxbrkrz, I see some pretty serious faults with the whole 1-child policy, eugenics, favoring one sex over the other, etc.
I mean, aside from tiny houses. Tiny houses rock. Seriously considering one for our retirement home.