Human Cannibalism


Cannibalism is on the rise having never been fully eradicated in parts of the Middle East, Asia, Africa, South America and some island communities. Pretending it doesn’t exist would be a mistake, especially during a pandemic when food shortages are sure to follow.

Many cite the remote regions that continue this practice as being insignificant to the world in general. Tell that to the victim in the stew.

However, it is not only the poor and undereducated peoples who indulge; it’s the rich and influential wanting more extreme and taboo experiences who keep the markets open to the more civilized world. We who care about the non-human animal must travel those roads between seller and buyer of human flesh to put a stop to barbarism once and for all.

~ Chef Sharon


Take A Step Out Of The Ugly Past


I’m going to keep using the words meat, meaty, to describe the main part and/or texture of the plant until such time that meat = plant. In other words, animals will not be considered meat nor food in the future.

I will not, however, refer to a plant as an animal – nor an animal as a plant. For instance an eggplant isn’t meat, meaning animal. A burger made out of eggplant however will be called plant meat.

Eventually all edible plants will end up in the meat category, signifying food in general as meat. I go with that. The barbarism applied to animals will end – sooner than most people think. Oh how lazy the thought of gorging on flesh and blood when it’s brought straight to your plate.

Ever notice how humans make a lot of noise when eating animals before during after. Singing, dancing, jumping up and down to loud music, flailing the arms, driving the evil spirits from their table, asking blessings from God, offering it up even, saying thank you with bowed heads for the gifts.

So as not to be blamed by any animal-God, or devil-God seeking revenge, they always speak to the God that provided the feast not those who partook. It isn’t their fault, God allowed it. If God didn’t want us to have it then God would stop it.

Ha. Drinking the sweated blood diluted with alcohol to numb the mind of the atrocities, laughing overly loud, robustly spitting the power of evil onto the bloody flesh before swallowed as one consumes another soul. Ha, but the soul is already gone. Not to worry, we’ll numb the bastard next time and eat him alive. That ought to fulfill us just fine.

A plant is a plant and an animal is an animal. Currently meat means either animal or plant. Eventually, animals will no longer be considered food on this planet, so the term meat will refer to the main part and/or texture of whatever plant is under discussion.

Cows are animals, tomatoes are plants. When I develop a formula and a process using plants that replaces and replicates textures and flavors of chicken (which is currently cannibalized by humans for consumption) and I call it veggie chicken, that’s not the same as calling a plant an animal.

It’s an artistic sensory and pragmatic abstract, scientifically formulated to replace the cruelty of enslavement, torture and slaughter that has been imposed on special beings whose purpose on earth was misunderstood by the human animal.

The effort to civilize ourselves and each other is an ongoing evolution that must never take a step back to its ugly past.

Get out of the cave. There’s nothing to fear in the future if you recognize the rights of all beings once born to live out their natural lives on this planet.

Earth is a plan. It’s not a human. And it’s not a human plan, so stop taking credit for something you didn’t design.

Happy Holy Day to all beings!

~ Chef Davies-Tight


Cannibalism—the Ultimate Taboo—Is Surprisingly Common

It’s a toad-eat-toad, spider-eat-spider, and yes, human-eat-human world.

Of all the screen villains, none is so disturbing as Hannibal Lecter, in The Silence of the Lambs. It’s not just that he kills people. He also eats them, thus contravening one of our deepest and most ancient taboos: that to consume human flesh is the ultimate betrayal of our humanity. But as zoologist and author Bill Schutt shows in his new book, Cannibalism: A Perfectly Natural History, not all cultures have shared this taboo. In ancient China, for instance, human body parts would appear on Imperial menus. [Find out what happened to one of the Uruguayan rugby players who ate his teammates after their plane crashed.]

When National Geographic caught up with Schutt by phone at his home on Long Island, the author explained how, in the animal kingdom, cannibalism is extremely common; why mad cow disease and a degenerative brain condition found in the highlands of New Guinea were both caused by cannibalism; and how climate change could trigger mass cannibalism.

You write, “Cannibalism makes perfect evolutionary sense.” Explain that idea, with some examples, please…

Finish Reading: Cannibalism—the Ultimate Taboo—Is Surprisingly Common



I recently saw this commercial, then last night saw it again, and I again reminded myself with a few notes to write something up on it. Upon googling it just now I discovered that it was made in 2014 and this is 2017. I’m wondering how in the world this commercial made a comeback and how in the world did it make it past the scrutiny of African-Americans?

Papa Potato Head comes home from work and finds Mama Potato Head in closet eating potato chips. He closes door and joins her – eating their own out of view of any other Potato Heads.

Black People = Potato Heads

Lay’s Potato Chips targets Blacks who haven’t yet joined the eat healthy and eat compassionately crowd.

Blacks eat their veggies and each other. No other animals for them.

Blacks are cannibals. Guess everybody at Lay’s already knew that. The Blacks were so okay with it, that Lay’s resurrected the commercial.

I’ve seen for years fast food gear up their commercials toward minorities, since the majority were gearing up to more healthy food choices. Might as well get the minorities hooked just like we got the majority hooked before they went all rogue on us.

Lots of Blacks probably like the attention, that now is focused on what they like, what they want to eat. But it’s making lots of them super fat and super unhealthy. A few potato chips means nothing, but when an entire industry tempts minorities with food they know is not good for them, there is an ethics issue and an issue of bias.

As far as I’m concerned, unless you don’t eat animals, you are a cannibal, and Blacks and other minorities are no exception.  The problem is that Lay’s and their for hire Ads people thought to tap into what they considered to be an African secret, without telling the secret, yet told the secret through a Potato Head.

They made a family of Potato Heads. They humanized the potato and dehumanized the Africans. Vegetable eats humans.

Clever. Brilliant to get that much and probably a lot more into a simple Ad.

We had a set of potato heads as kids. It was like dressing up a doll, changing eyes and ears and mouths, I’m not even sure what else. But this commercial did more than activate nostalgic memories of a few old people playing games when they were kids.

There’s a huge debate going on around the world regarding what is food and what is not. Plant vs Animal. Now if you’re going to turn the plant into a human and the human into a plant, then that is some serious manure we’re talking about here.

Remember that Lay’s deals in animal products as well as vegetables, so they have a conflict of interest. They want to have it both ways.

There will come a point when sitting on the fence so you can steal berries from both sides isn’t going to work for you.