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Discussion in 'News' started by umkemesik, Feb 8, 2013.
it's just horse meat what's the big deal poor people buy horse meat all the time
Horse meat is lean as fuck, and when prepared right, kinda tasty.
I don't personally care either except I do think people should be told about what meat they are eating.
Also I find it hilarious that they are duped. I'm not sure what the regulations are in the UK, if they have any.
You can crack on the US for anything except the USDA. They do a pretty good job insuring meat quality despite the 300 million plus fat asses here.
can't spell monsanto without mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Troof mothafucka. Troof.
It's up there with Venison as the healthiest red meat you can ingest. The only reason we didn't grow up eating horse was because it's more expensive to raise and keep horses than cows and horses are a little more useful (except for milk). Also cows have more fat and therefore meat on them.
If shit goes down in the US in the next 10 years, we're all gonna be eating dodgy shit that makes horses sound like normal grocery store fare. Time to get used to it now.
My nigga, I love venison. Especially in burger form. Bunless. With freshly peeled and baked fries.
i'm not sure i've ever eaten horse...
i think the most delicious meat i ever had was jerky made out of bear meat
I have no words....
@Moscow wtf is wrong with you people?
this emoticon works fine for such situations:
ee whats wrong wi ya lad? nowt up wi a good eel pie.
in all seriousness though, eels are foul. but if you want to get on at a nation for their eating habits I would point you in the direction of the chinese (hell, any of the orientals) first. then the french.
as far as my reaction to this goes, as long as the meat is clean I honestly couldn't care less. if it's been pumped full of bute then fair enough, that's pretty bad, but if the meat is clean they I don't see why everyone is complaining. it tastes good, it's cheap and it's healthier than beef. the only reason it's causing such an outcry is because horses have always been used as work animals, not livestock for slaughter and as such everyone see them more as pets than as dinner.