Kill It, Cook It, Eat It (2007– )

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6 February 2007 (UK)  »

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On the last day of recording a freak storm hit the makeshift studio/abattoir and production was moved to a local church hall. See more »

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Must see for all who buy their food!
11 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you buy your food in a supermarket, then you must see this show. It tells where the meat we eat comes from. It shows the best practices in the United Kingdom, including those in the slaughter house. It isn't intending to be a horror show, although it does also compare how animals fare in those unlucky farms where Tesco and Safeway get their ultra cheap meat from.

The presenter is quite matter of fact and is generally quite fair and even handed. I keep having the feeling that the RSPCA must be partially funding it because of the animal welfare questions, but it's not a flaming weird production. They have everything from vegans, vegetarians, homemakers and junk food junkies on the show.

No, I haven't changed my buying habits at all. But I can't look at meat the same any more either. I find myself also praying for the welfare of the animal that gave its life for that meat and I will use meat much, much more carefully, and if possible wasting nothing.


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