No gelatin in my yogurt, thank you.
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Originally Posted by wildbill
that's the article which prompted me to ask the question.
in that case, I would have gone for pure shock value and named it "Cow Skeleton in my film?!'
for some reason 'skeleton' seems creepier than 'bones' to me...
I for one am glad that not only cows are a part of my dinner but also a part of my entertainment and study!
"Where is beauty? Where I must will with my whole Will; where I will love and perish, that an image may not remain merely an image."
Praise be to cows.
I'd feel proud if my car only burned dead dinosaurs, but I guess that it's mostly different species (and plants) that have been dead for a while and now are in its tank.
Gelatin (as well as other weird stuff) is surely included in some yoghurt products, but not in pure (original) real yoghurt, which should only contain milk and bacteria cultures.
I never felt guilty for eating (or using products that are made of) animal products.
I feel that unnecessary harm to animals is unethical (like experimenting on them for products that are not essential to humanity, like cosmetics), on the other hand.
Cow bones get everyplace including lettuce. You know bonemeal. Then of course you got bloodmeal. You can guess what part of the cow made that.
Stick to soylent green it's cow free.
Originally Posted by JLP
So, does that mean that all vegetarians/vegans are shooting digital?
that would really depend upon the reason for going veggie in the 1st place - for some that might be the only answer although using film doesnt mean having to ingest it.
Cows are part of my art!
I did know but try not to think about it too much :o
No gelatin in my yoghurt, either....
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During our visit to Ilford the subject came up. The reason they use gelatin was because it works best, which seems fair enough to me.
Someone recalled a vegan film being shown on a TV chat show some years ago. Nobody had heard of it since or had seen any images made with it.
I'm not a vegan or a vegetarian and really don't have any feelings about the use of gelatin at all.
The destination is important, but so is the journey
Saying that there's gelatin in yogurt is rather like saying that there's sugar in water.