The Periodic Table Of Meat (IMAGE)

Scientists have long referred to meat as “the building blocks of delicious meals.” In an effort to catalog the world’s most popular (and unpopular) types of meat into an informative and easy-to-reference tabular form, I give you the Periodic Table of Meat (click image to enlarge):

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12 Responses to The Periodic Table Of Meat (IMAGE)

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  2. jigga says:

    OK pretty cool, but where’s the pork roll? Carnitas makes the table but no taylor ham? Blasphemous.

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  8. Craig L says:

    This is the greatest periodic table to ever be compiled! I salute you!

  9. Dawn says:

    Where is the seal meat on this table? eh?

  10. Thanks for the informative chart. We long suspected the role of bacon in the building blocks of life. We have posted it on our Facebook page to spread the word: http://facebook.com/ziplinegames.

  11. Joe C says:

    So I’m a year and a half late to getting to this, and I realize that you’re not from Philadelphia, but there is a major omission on your periodic table of meats… Scrapple. If the table were up to me, it would be there in place of Kebabs, since Kebabs contain vegetables. Scrapple is a mixed meat so it would fit right in there; with the symbol Sc. Please consider adding the most delicious meat ever created.

  12. JuliCG says:

    IDK why Bacon has become so popular. It’s really not that good. I’d take almost any other meat before bacon.
    Also, your “noble meats” are anything but noble. That’s where the steaks belong.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Asado_uruguayo.JPG I’m uruguayan, and this is what our BBQ’s look like.

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