- #1: Don't tell me what's in it.
#2: See #1.
It seems she's trying to spoil the sport of British Sausage Week, which kicked off yesterday:
- Organised by pig farmers in the British Pig Executive, the week comprises fun activities for schoolchildren, a competition to find the greatest sausage sandwich and promotional kits for butchers and caterers.
- By law, sausages must be 30 per cent meat. Although sausages can contain a range of meats from venison to veal, some 83 per cent of sausages sold in the UK are pork. And pork sausages must be 42 per cent meat for them to be labelled as such.
But this is where it gets a little tricky: what counts as "meat"?
— Larry, Pork-Fed Monkey, Light Reading