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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Starlite, Sep 14, 2010.
Where were you the other day!? fox in my garden and you were not around!
oh lovely foxy in your garden will bring my camera
Was fairly young as well
if young there will be more about:scared:
Nice and tender
Pan-boiled fox recipe | Recipes - Times Online
sounds good might try that instead of feeding to dogs:thumbup:
Just the legs?! what about the rest of the animal?!
will make you a stew with that:thumbup:
If you like stew
Badger stew « Gastronomy Domine
i like goat meat stew its lovely:thumbup:
get that extra crunch from the fleas
dont get any fleas if you burn them for awhile:thumbup:
I eat every part of the animal thats been killed.
As my partner is a chef it is all homemade food,even the bones get used for soups etc.
If i had to kill a animal to eat then i would have no problem doing so...if you are a meat eater you should know where the animal comes from & how it is killed.
And i hate the supermarket all dolled up to try to make people forget how it got into that packaging,i use local farmers & butchers.
Although some vegetarian friend of mine said...you dont need meat to survive you know!
I do need meat & i like to eat it.
So in answer to your post YES i would kill it to eat it.
Yep - I'm a firm believer that if an animal is going to killed then as little as possible should be wasted. For me that means eating / using all the insides - whether in human food or pet food, using the pelt if appropriate (eg sheep, rabbits etc). Basically making the most of it.
I'm a semi-snob in the sense that there are some things I don't like the taste of - liver and kidney for a start. But I have no problem eating all the less popular bits ground up in pate, faggots, black pudding, hot dogs etc.
I also agree that if you are going to eat meat you should have a full understanding and acceptance of where that meat comes from. If you can't look and animal in the eye and kill it - or at least get someone else to kill it for you - then you shouldn't eat it. Like it or not, that burger was once a living breathing sentient creature and it deserves to be treated with respect, even in death. Perhaps especially in death.
İ choose not too and for me i have less problem with the use of animals for food where there is less waste it is more humane and is not done up in excessive packaging so people can kid themselves about what there eating.
I also think that it is somewhat hypocritical of meat eaters to condemn other cultures for there choices of meat source - in reality what is the difference between cow or horse lamb or dog etc.... İts about time meat eaters were honest!!!
İf you really believe the large abbatoıtoırs are humane go and visit. İ have and seen the loading of animals and there aint nothing humane about it.
vey true i used to work there