Leuk idee bladerdeeg kerstster


Leuk idéé voor het kerstdiner.

Of voor te trakteren op school bij het kerstdiner.

Ingrediënten:

pakje bladerdeeg

mini knakworstjes


1)Laat de bladerdeeg zacht worden.

2)Snij per blad 4 repen.

3) Rol een worstje in één reep.

4)Herhaal dit tot alles opgebruikt is.

5)Vorm met de opgerolde hapjes

    een  ster in de vorm.

6)25 minuten in de oven.

7)Eet smakelijk.

Step by step, animals get rights
Animals should be recognized as sentient beings. Animals should no longer be adapted to the system but adapt the system to the animals. Breakthrough: Animals better protected by law thanks to proposals Party for Animals - Three fundamental amendments Act Animals adopted - Party for Animals - It is no longer permitted to hurt or cause injury to an animal, or to harm the health or welfare of the animal in order to accommodate the animal in a certain way. Specifically, it means that it is forbidden to dehorn calves and goats and that there are no interventions in roosters.. Tail docking is prohibited from 2023, ducks must be given bathing water and rabbits must be able to dig. Animals are formally recognized as sentient creatures in British law. Animals should be formally recognized for the first time as sentiments in British law, in a victory for animal welfare activists, as the government has drafted a series of animal welfare measures, including the cessation of most live animal exports and prohibiting the import of hunting trophies. Today 14 May we start with a new action for the fish: for ten weeks we present our 10-point Fish Manifesto for better fish well-being. On Friday Fishing Day, the MPs involved in fishing and animal welfare receive a new point every week, with which they can get to work to improve fish welfare. This action is conducted together with Animal Protection, Fish Protection, Sea First and the Animal Coalition. More campaigns High production at the expense of animal welfare. In our country, we “produce” about 500 million animals every year under horrible conditions. Factory animals are propagated, fattened and processed. 1.7 million animals are slaughtered every day in the Netherlands. This is what we call the livestock industry. The livestock industry is also called intensive livestock farming or (formerly) bio-industry. Animals are kept close to each other in stables and often on a large scale. Saves on everything: space, feed, labour, etc.. This is at the expense of animal welfare. Animals suffer in the livestock industry because they have to produce or grow as much as possible in a short period of time. What is the livestock industry? | Wakker Dier - Organic livestock In organic livestock breeding, the welfare of the animals is better regulated. For example, organically kept animals have more space and are allowed to go outside. Many unpleasant interventions such as the removal of tails in piglets are prohibited. In addition, antibiotics are rarely used. Animal Welfare - Biodiversity - Farmerland - Blog collection -
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Missiles: The Cost of an Exploding Education
The recent escalation of the conflict between Israel and Palestine brought with it the traces of the pain of death and destruction caused by missile attacks on both sides.I do not want to delve into the ethnic or cultural origins of the conflict itself, but at a cost that, for me, is ignored. I mean the expense it represents.On the Palestinian side with Hamas, we are talking about two thousand rockets fired at an average of $ 400 each, yielding a figure of $ 800,000 (about 658,589 euros).While those fired by Israel from its Iron Dome system cost $ 50,000 each; So, if we place the same proportion, that is, 2 thousand rockets, it gives us $ 100,000,000 or about 82,323,700 euros.These € 82,982,289 are the equivalent of the cost of the most expensive university tuition in the Netherlands for about 5,533 students per year.But in Venezuela, where private university education lags far behind those costs, the number would skyrocket to benefit more than 50,400 students.The world needs - to be civilized - less weapons and more books.#education  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Misiles: El costo de una educación que estalla La reciente escalada del conflicto entre Israel y Palestina trajo consigo las huellas del dolor por la muerte y la destrucción que causan los ataques de ambos bandos mediante los misiles. No me quiero adentrar en los orígenes étnicos o culturales del conflicto mismo, sino en un costo que, para mí, es ignorado. Me refiero al del gasto que representa. Del lado palestino con Hamas, hablamos de dos mil cohetes disparados a una media de $400 cada uno, arroja una cifra de $800.000 (unos 658.589 euros). En tanto que los disparados por Israel desde su sistema Cúpula de hierro tiene un costo de $50.000 cada uno; así que, si colocamos la misma proporción, es decir, 2 mil cohetes, nos da $100.000.000 o unos 82.323.700 de euros. Estos 82.982.289 de euros son el equivalente al costo de la matrícula universitaria más costosa en los Países Bajos de unos 5.533 estudiantes al año. Pero en Venezuela, donde la educación universitaria privada está muy por dejado de esos costos, la cifra se dispararía para beneficiar a más de 50.400 alumnos. El mundo necesita -para ser civilizado- menos armas y más libros.