Evidence for future generations to judge us by.
Sadly, this product has been discontinued.
Veal and Veal Gravy Baby Food.
baby food, veal
April 30, 2010
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I have been feeding my kids veal and lamb gerber baby food for like forever… THEY LOVE THIS STUFF! It is and was a definately great starter when introducing child to meats. I recently had my son and found I could not find not one jar on shelves…. now doing some hunting I find the have discontinued such a great product and with no reasonable cause. I am trully disappointed and shocked that they made such a move. anyone happen to but the last 100 cases? let me know 🙂
That is so incredibly disgusting. I don’t really know how to explain why. But I need to go feed my calves some human baby in baby gravy so I’ll think it over while I do that.
PS In this case baby gravy does not refer to semen a la “baby batter”
You can make your own. Take a baby calf from its mom while they are both frantic to get to each other. Stick the baby in a box that it can’t move in and feed it food that makes it have constant diarrhea. That way the meat stays nice and lean. When it is too sick to stand or move. Pick it up with a pitch fork while still alive and throw it in a truck. Make sure you keep it in a truck for days with no food or water. Then kill it in the most inhumane way you can. Now you can make your children veal baby food.
If you are drinking milk from the dairy industry you are supporting this practice. Babies born to dairy cows are now veal cows. They never even get to nurse from their mother.
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