Umm, actually, that's not such a good idea.
Here are some great quotes from the article that you might want to work into your next conversation:
“I always had brains on my arms,” she said.
Dr. Lynfield asked Mr. Wadding, “Kelly, what do you think is going on?”
The plant owner watched for a while and said, “Let’s stop harvesting brains.”
The brains were pooled, poured into 10-pound containers and shipped to be sold as food — mostly in China and Korea, where cooks stir-fry them, but also in some parts of the American South, where people like them scrambled up with eggs.
Anatomically, pigs are a lot like people.