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I am seriously amazed that a) a 13 year old boy made this and b) that a 13 year old boy gets it while some adults STILL don’t get the cruelty behind this supposed delicacy. The shark fin doesn’t even have a flavor until it’s soaked in chicken or ham broth. Mmmmm. Tastes so good, I could have gotten chicken soup instead, it would have tasted the same and is something easily mass produced for human consumption. Hopefully the chicken wouldn’t have died a horrendously cruel death by drowning or being eaten alive.
(Sorry vegetarians and vegans – That probably sounds heartless to you, but not all humans are going to stop eating meat and the least they can do is eat meat that is easily sustainable and from a source that is not going to go extinct if we keep hunting/overfishing it for our consumption.)
Kyle, you are super talented and super smart!
Support groups who support our seas, without our oceans, our entire ecosystem would collapse, and we, my friends, wouldn’t be here any more.
P.S. Check your medicines, especially your chondroitin. Is it made from bovine (cow) or shark cartilage? Cows can be mass produced for food and other purposes, sharks cannot be mass produced and some species are dying out.