The BBC story is titled Findus beef lasagne contained up to 100% horsemeat, FSA says.
The FSA said Findus had tested 18 of its beef lasagne products and found 11 meals containing between 60% and 100% horsemeat. ...
The FSA said: "We have no evidence to suggest that this is a food safety risk. However, the FSA has ordered Findus to test the lasagne for the veterinary drug phenylbutazone, or 'bute'.
Putting aside the possibility of veterinary drugs, horse meat probably doesn't taste all that bad. And maybe those Brits who ate it actually liked it. You know, canned tuna never tasted quite the same after they took out the dolphin.
Over here in the States we couldn't complain. After all we have a twice elected president who admitted eating dog meat.