Haggis is a traditional Scottish dish of sheep lung, sheep liver, sheep heart, oatmeal, and spices cooked in a sheep stomach. Traditionally served with Scottish bagpipe music and neeps, tatties, and nips (mashed turnips, mashed potatoes, and nips of Scotch whiskey.
Cautions and contraindications: You want to reduce or eliminate haggis from your diet.
Ecological implications: The production of meat (including haggis) creates more harmful greenhouse gases than the exhaust of all the cars, trucks, and other motor vehicles combined, according to Ingrid Newkirk, co-founder and president of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. This includes clear-cut removal of forest lands and rain forests to create grazing and feed lands, feed lands that require growing 16 times as much plant food for the creation of one pound (or one kilogram) of animal food (meat and poultry), and huge amounts of animal burbs and farts when grown in factory farming.
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