A huge beef recall by the JBS Swift Beef Company reminds us of why we're squeamish going into Carl's Jr. and why we try to buy the good grass-fed stuff whenever we're buying beef. 41,000 pounds of beef are being recalled from about a dozen states on evidence of E. coli contamination, and most of the affected cuts appear to be of the lesser varieties -- boneless beef bottom sirloin, "butt ball tip," USDA Choice or higher. Yeah. Gross. Anyway, we know organic doesn't mean there's no risk of E coli contamination, but do we have to proselytize about the dangers of mass-scale, industrial beef processing? We thought not.