>The Mexicas domesticated bees for honey, and turkeys for meat and eggs, also dogs and duck. They hunted and fished as well, and used animals such as deer, rabbits, iguana, fish and shrimp for food. Even insects, such as grasshoppers and worms were harvested. These various types of meat made up only a very minor part of the Aztec food that was eaten. aztec-history.com/aztec-food.html
are you actually this retarded or are you larping?
I like how nobody in this thread is pointing out that we've been engaged in a primitive form of genetic engineering ever since we started farming. You think wild wheat or vegetables of various kinds looks/looked anything at all like what we put on our plates now? Dumbfuck.
Do you really think vegetables are healthier then meat when we douse them in pesticides in order to keep insects off of them? Moron.
surely they killed all those buffalos for keks
>muh Buffalo Retard they killed them for sport and ritual not to eat them
user, I've never awakened in the morning with a massive tent pole boner from eating broccoli the way I do from eating red meat the night before.
Pesticides kill insects, but can they kill human?
>gets most of their calories from meat >makes pemmican which lasts for months
It's not a matter of killing, it's a matter of negative health effects. I dunno how true these claims are but people have been bitching about pesticides causing cancer, birth defects and various other shit I can't remember the specifics of for decades now.
I suspect that there is some truth to these claims simply because pesticides are ultimately a poison and poisons are not healthy things to consume for obvious reasons, even in small amounts.
meat can be eaten raw but not as much as cooked meat
salmonella and botulism mainly due to imporper meat handling procedures.
a freshly slaughtered animal would rarely have those.
Not even remotely true if you do the most basic amount of research. The massive preponderance of arrow heads alone should tip you off, even if you don't research it.