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Judging by your reply, and the one that followed, it seems that it's still true what they used to say (to young children to get them to eat). "People are starving in Europe!".
On the other hand,
Explains those tiny portions on huge plates at "continental" restaurants. They even drizzle sauces and syrups on the plate, perhaps because there's not enough found to properly dirty it.
I shouldn't criticize - probably helps solve the clean-up-the-road-kill problem.
Not much that survives cooking for 20 minutes. That also goes for any potential vitamines in there, ofcourse.
W∴ Balboos wrote:
Whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger!(but, it will probably kill you)
I used to overcook everything to avoid food-poisoning. Still, an immune-system needs practice to work.
George Carlin spoketh:
If you kill all the germs around you, and lead a completely sterile life, then when germs do come along you're not gonna be prepared. And never mind ordinary germs, what are you going to do when a supervirus comes along [...]? I'll tell you what you gonna do, you're gonna get sick, you're gonna die, and you elephanting deserve it because you're elephanting weak and you got an elephanting weak immune system.
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