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He added that the ground beef would be donated or thrown out if the district found that it contained pink slime. His goal, he said, was to have all beef with pink slime gone this week. MacDonald said. In Portsmouth, N. Riso said from her office, where she was expunging ground beef from the April school menu.
Riso said. Feinberg said. Still, lean finely textured beef remains approved by the Agriculture Department. Schaffner said of the rush to pull the beef from school menus. Even if removing pink slime quells the queasiness of some parents and school officials, it does not mean much to Fernando Castro, 14, who stood outside Brighton High School on Tuesday, waiting to leave school with some friends. Tell us what you think. Please upgrade your browser. See next articles. I believe traditionally this type of meat by-product was referred to in the industry and by its critics as "cows' lips and assholes".
I assume pictures of cow lips and cow anuses would aptly do in place of the finished brick-like "pink slime" product. It's looking increasingly likely that the name of this article will remain "Pink slime," even as editors supportive of the name don't quite feel comfortable with it I count myself in this category.
But considering how excited people are getting, here and elsewhere, about the terminology involved, very little of the article itself addresses this aspect. Why not make a section--say, Name, Terminology, or maybe even Etymology--that lays out the various terms used to refer to this type of beef, and who uses which terms? If there's anything like a consensus on this topic, I think it could be expressed as:. A terminology section could express this nuance without either presenting "pink slime" as uncontroversial or bowing before the preferences of the industry.
What do you think? I note repeated reference to political party in this article. I question its relevance.
I have refrained from editing as there appear to be more than enough editors already. It's actually widely used without the quotation marks, which in most cases are just used to add emphasis when they are used. It makes wikipedia look bad to have this as the thread title.
Pink slime should redict to it's correct, rational, original name. Wikipedia uses common names, not scientific names, because it is for general use. For example: the article for dog is at dog , not "Canis lupus familiaris", the article for salt is at salt , not "sodium chloride", and the article for the Andromeda galaxy is at Andromeda galaxy , not "Messier Object 31".
The problem is that there is no NPOV term that can be used.http://senrei-exorcism.com/images/kids/cellphone-viber-tracker-vivo-y17.php
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When you have 2 names, both of which are POV, you use the more common name. Praetonia talk , 11 April UTC. FWIW - "thermally separated beef product" would seem to cover what it is even if no one uses that particular term. Collect talk , 11 April UTC. Pink slime is very likely to stick.
My Response to Beef Industry Defenses of “Pink Slime”
And it's not at all obvious what "more encyclopedic" means in this instance; it surely does not mean industry euphemisms. Nomoskedasticity talk , 12 April UTC. The intro describes Pink Slime as a "filler. I looked up meat and the article says meat is muscle, fat, and often the associated tissue. I understand Pink Slime is the other tissues, but that would mean that it's "meat" and hence not a "meat extender" or "filler.
Add that in with the Gothamist source and there we go.
It links to "pink slime" "boneless lean beef trimming" and "lean finely textured beef". The first one makes sense. The other two are just directs. If they are just other names for the same thing, you don't need to link to them. Just mention "alternate names" in the pink slime entry. Why should we include an image of Diane Sawyer? How does that help the reader?
5 Things You Need To Know About Pink Slime In Your Ground Beef
Why are there pictures of anyone in the article? Since when does quoting someone require a picture of the person? All the pictures are related to the controversy and are similar to the images used in the media when reporting for example how Jamie Oliver brought the issue to the public's attention they show a picture of him, when they say which grocers, restaurants, or nations have banned it they show a picture of a location or map of the country.
It helps illustrate who has been reporting on this matter, especially for in the future when it is not common knowledge who the anchor was for this report.
Ask Umbra on avoiding 'pink slime' in ground beef and flushing kitty litter | Grist
Luciferwildcat , 16 April UTC. Lucifer, if you don't stop filling the article with inflammatory allegations sourced to POV sources - such as your latest edits which I have reverted - I am going to ask that you be topic-banned from this subject. I am just adding new content in good faith. Some of which was kept.
It's not POV material, it's from the news. It's also been mentioned by BPI that floor scraps are not used but this source states otherwise and that is important to note.
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I have added tons of information that is pro pink slime, such as the governor's tour and that the USDA undersecretary at the time found it safe, and i'm just adding interesting information as I can find it. Don't think that deserves a topic ban. The editsummary of this edit is: no the usda describes it as wholesome too, it is in one of the citations and i believe that safeway does also call it that. Please tell me which source.
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I personally remember being outraged at this product being called wholesome as I read through the sources to add content. With an apparent effort to produce within the body of this article an exhaustive list of food sellers which have removed or plan to remove this product, I was surprised to find northeastern supermarket Stop and Shop excluded from your list.
Their announcement to discontinue the sale of this product is at least as old as Kroger's, and yet they are nowhere to be found. Here is the source, would someone be so good as to correct the article? Tyson owns BPI. This article is VERY controversial.