"Kill it, Cook it, Eat it" is a series being shown on BBC 3 (episode 3 tonight ) which takes a new slant on the traditional TV cooking show. In each episode a group of individuals are taken through the process of slaughtering specific animals and preparing them for consumption.
The programme provides a useful grounding in some of the issues surrounding the slaughter of animals in the UK.
The programme seems also to illustrates some recent trends:
The Meat Licence Proposal is seeking to address the "disconnect" between product and process by legally compelling ALL individuals to directly engage with the act of killing implicit in all meat products.
Are viewers of "Kill it, cook it, Eat it" engaging with the act of killing?
(Post prompted by Andy and James.)