Explain why Alan Rosenthal finds the analogy between the making of sausage and legislation to be unpersuasive. However, if one went back earlier into the process of sausage making, would the analogy be more (or less) apt? Why?
From the web site “Chef Talk” Sausage was also originally an opportunity to utilize parts of an animal that otherwise might not offer many desirable options, such as the extremely tough and fatty portions, and also various unmentionables, such as ears, cheeks, testicles, etc. (the original "mystery meat"). Most ancient cultures being frugal by necessity, and not wasting a single part of an animal, began to stuff various organs of their slaughtered animals with seasoned and ground meat, such as their stomachs and intestines. Whether any care to admit it these practices are still in use everywhere; the Scottish delicacy haggis, for example, is stuffed stomach, and the intestines of animals are commonly referred to as casings."