How is living in Europe different from living in North America?

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    Vyom SrivastavaNew Member

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    • Americans brag about beef being "grain fed" which is actually garbage. Leave it to the USA to come up with a plan to subplant free food for cattle (grass) and come up with a costly alternative that produces a lesser product, causes ecoli to grow rampant in their intestines and requires the cattle industry to consume a massive percentage of all sodium-bicarbonate (baking soda) to alleviate the stomach gas the cows subsequently produce. Europeans grass feed their animals and, thus, the "mass produced" variety of beef tends to be superior (though, recently grass fed is becoming a bit more popular in the US . . . thankfully).
    • Europe has no "free refills" like the USA does. You pay for bottles of soda in Europe and it ain't cheap. In the US, you get a cup and refill it a hundred times if you want.
     

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