By Reza Ganjavi
Dude, I thought you'd gone vegetarian. ;) I know for sure you don't have the cruelty to pull a knife on that poor cow to take its ribs out and put it on your plate, or cut the belly of that poor pig after cutting off its head, or slaughter those poor Korean chickens and cut their wings off. I can see you killing the jalapeno and cabbage but those animals? The point is, if you would never do that (unless there's nothing else to eat) why would you commission someone to go carry out that cruel, heartless, gruesome act behind the scene on your behalf? And imagine how those animals feel, their state of being, knowing they're going to be killed: scared shxtless. And all those fear hormones are in their blood/meat.
We are all killers but I think we should kill as little as possible. The killing has degrees. Killing a cow is a bigger form of cruelty/killing than killing a carrot. I can do the latter but since I can't do the former, I won't eat dead animals. The coleslaw looks good though!