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    Why you eat red meat?

    This article made me cuorious why we do eat so much red meat here in western world?

    http://www.realclearscience.com/jour...in_108384.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by utR! View Post
    This article made me cuorious why we do eat so much red meat here in western world?

    http://www.realclearscience.com/jour...in_108384.html

    ?

    utR!
    I dont eat much red meat if i do its usually lamb (very well done) I mostly eat chicken also very well done. I cant stand fish cant even be in the same room where fish is being prepared

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    Quote Originally Posted by basque View Post
    I cant stand fish cant even be in the same room where fish is being prepared

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    lol That last bit reminded me of my sister. Whenever my mom would start cooking mackerel, my sister would run upstairs to her room, shut the door, and try to make it airtight by stuffing shirts, and towels underneath the door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarlet Ibis View Post
    lol That last bit reminded me of my sister. Whenever my mom would start cooking mackerel, my sister would run upstairs to her room, shut the door, and try to make it airtight by stuffing shirts, and towels underneath the door.
    A few years back I reluctantly went to a fish restaurant, i chose a none fish meal but the aroma from the fish was so overwhelming and engulfed my food I could not eat it and went and sat outside. Good job it was summer.

    basque As for kippers....yuk
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    Quote Originally Posted by utR! View Post
    This article made me cuorious why we do eat so much red meat here in western world?
    Because meat tastes so good. I'm a member of PETA (People Eating Tasty Animals)


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    I actually started to enjoy steak even more after I was "with child". Craved it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by basque View Post
    A few years back I reluctantly went to a fish restaurant, i chose a none fish meal but the aroma from the fish was so overwhelming and engulfed my food I could not eat it and went and sat outside. Good job it was summer.

    basque As for kippers....yuk
    Sometimes fish is smelling quite disguisting but when it is ready and well cooked/fried/spiced it can taste nice.

    Smell can really affect the way you almost faint. And how much people still eat rotten and badsmelling food because that what they only have. Sad but true if you want to be alive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Táltos View Post
    I actually started to enjoy steak even more after I was "with child". Craved it!
    Tell more why it was different when you were with child?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thetick View Post
    Because meat tastes so good. I'm a member of PETA (People Eating Tasty Animals)

    Never heard about PETA. Is it in your country or in other countries? You members do you have meetings in good restaurants eating together or so?

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    Charles Darwin had a huge interest in food, and during his time in Cambridge he was the President of the infamous Glutton Club. The main objective of the club was to seek and eat "strange flesh" and dine upon the rarest "birds and beasts which were before unknown to human palate". The club met weekly and was a roaring success. They ate such beautiful birds as the bittern and hawk. The club eventually came to an abrupt end when a tawny owl was served up.
    On the Beagle voyage he ate armadilloes ('taste like duck'), puma ('veal'), iguana and Giant Tortoise. A Phylum Feast is a shared meal containing as many different species as possible, eaten by biologists on February 12th to celebrate Darwin’s birthday.

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