To combat soaring meat price inflation.
Source: Paul Joseph Watson
The Federal Reserve is encouraging Americans to combat soaring meat price inflation by swapping turkeys for soybean products this Thanksgiving.
“Between 1990 and the time of this writing, the average global price of poultry has been 6 times higher than the price of soybeans,” reports the St. Louis Fed.
“As of the third quarter of 2021, a hearty Thanksgiving dinner serving of turkey costs $1.42. A tofurkey (soybean) dinner serving with the same amount of calories costs $0.66 and provides almost twice as much protein. Keep in mind that this plant-based meal would be almost 3 times larger by weight than the poultry-based meal and may either keep you at the dinner table longer or provide you with more leftovers.”
From the FRED Blog: A Thanksgiving dinner serving of poultry costs $1.42. A soybean-based dinner serving with the same amount of calories costs 66 cents and provides almost twice as much protein https://t.co/qmyjwZd7aU pic.twitter.com/pHv3ZR9o6u— St. Louis Fed (@stlouisfed) November 20, 2021
“Meatless Mondays could soon be followed by Tofu Tuesdays, at least among more frugal shoppers,” reported CBS News.
“It’s getting harder by the day not to think our globalist overlords are intentionally causing meat prices to rise so we’ll all be forced to eat bugs, weeds, and drink sewage,” remarked Chris Menahan.
In Communist China, up until well into the ’80s, things like beef were a rare treat to be enjoyed only on special occasions.
If the technocrats get their way, America would be heading in the same direction.