ASHPOTS@AOL.COM on sun 4 jan 04
Hey,, Nona was going to make me some Jello.. She read the box,,
Jello is a product of Canada,, Jello is made from bones, rite????
So,,, can you get mad cow from Canadian Jello???
Sorry its off the subject of clay , but who else could i ask???
Tony Ferguson on mon 5 jan 04
Unless adequate temperature is achieved (see Ivor's posting) in the
processing of any foodstuff, YES. I would encourage anyone to read "The Mad
Cowboy" by Howard Lyman. If you want to know the truth about beef industry,
mad cow disease (this would include what the media and "experts" are not
telling you) it's in his book.
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> Hey,, Nona was going to make me some Jello.. She read the box,,
> Jello is a product of Canada,, Jello is made from bones, rite????
> So,,, can you get mad cow from Canadian Jello???
> Sorry its off the subject of clay , but who else could i ask???
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