Re: Forbidden Food
- From: High Miles <2Blues17@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2007 10:52:59 -0500
On Tue, 21 Aug 2007 19:18:52 -0400, "Evelyn Ruut"
"toci" <gina39d@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:1187737181.357520.112800@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxOn Aug 21, 4:11 pm, Nantz <thena...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:The Chinese who live in China eat cats, dogs, and even snakes. ugh!In some countries cooked dogs are so common that dogs are rarely seenMy vegan daughter andf vegetarian grandson don't eat fish. For Jews,
roaming the streets, and then, not for long. Americans and Europeans
would find that to be morally wrong.
When I was a kid it was a sin to have a burger at 11:59, but it was
sinless one minute later.
I had some Jewish friends who could not put milk and bread (I think)
on the table at the same time. It said so in the Bible.
Muslims cannot eat the unclean meat, pork. It says so in the Quran.
I wonder if fish is the only critter everyone can eat without some
I suspect meat and bread might be a problem, if the bread has milk or
butter in it. I don't know why milk and bread wouldn't be all
right. My dislike of the idea of eating dog would be a matter of
repugnance, not of religion or ethics. Toci
But of course in this country, they don't usually indulge in those.
If you happen upon a Rattle Snake Roundup event in West Texas you will
likely see fried rattle snake being sold at the food stands.
During WWII meat was rationed. A popular Italian Spaghetti house in
my home town nearly went out of business after someone discovered a
number of cat skins in their trash cans.
Cat is a mild and non greasy meat.
Pleasant and easily digested.
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