It did strike me that 'five a day' to you might mean chickens.
And a coke.
Tsk. Diet Coke I'll have you know.......... I'm not an animal......
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No - think that supermarket meat, however, is complete EDITED.
We're lucky we have two butchers in the village, but have become a little disconcerted with the overall quality of meat.
What's the song: 'Oh no stop the carnivor'
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I eat chicken and fish but not red meat. So not quite a veggi but half way there.
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Thought it was "oh no, DON'T stop the carnivore"
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I'm not but some of the food I eat is.
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Steve, that's a bit like saying "I'm tee-total except for gin and whisky"
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Veggie on principle is worth discussion, as a matter of taste, not so much.
Well according to my Aunty, vegetarians can eat chicken and fish, and she also explained to my Japanese wife how to cook Japanese food properly.
I don't argue though, she's quite wealthy, and doesn't have any children.
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I like Bill Bailey's comment: "I'm a vegetarian but I'm not strict. I eat fish...and duck. They're semi-submerged most of the time. Also cows, pigs, sheep anything that lives near water, so I'm not strict
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Hmm? I don't remember that line being in The Blues Brothers...?
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I have just eaten 590g of ribeye steak for my lunch, very nice it was too (their wasn't much room on the plate for the vegetables), i was just wondering is steak bad for you ???
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I'm not, i like my steak too much.
Is that one of your cats?
Simon, you obviously like to let us know about your meat eating habits, and I genuinely have no problem with meat eating at all, my wife will eat anything.
But you didn't reply to my question above, and I guess I'm trying to figure out if you distinguish between which animals you would and wouldn't eat like most British meat eaters do. My personal view is that I don't want to eat meat, but if I did, I think I would eat any animal.
Why do the people who ride their horses and chase small animals across the countryside until they are ripped apart by baying dogs find it so abhorrent that some cultures eat horse?
Why do pet owners find it so disgusting that some cultures would eat cats or dogs?
People talk of the hipocrisy of non-meat eaters wearing leather, but to me, the bigger contradiction is outlined in my questions above.
The answer BBB is no, it is not one of my cats, i only eat meat from supermarkets & not my pets.
Interesting points, BBB.
I wonder how many would eat meat if they had to slaughter the animal itself?
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