Furriness and Diet

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EldarichkMane, Wed Feb 02, 2011 7:00 pm

I will never, ever eschew meat for as long as I have breath in my body. It's. Too. Damn. Tasty.

That said, humans do have a HUGE problem with over-eating meat as a dietary staple. I think the Catholic Church got it right back in the day, with going total veggie one day a week. It's probably HUGELY healthy for both body and environment. Yeah, I could see that making a comeback.

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EldarichkMane, Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:00 pm

I will never, ever eschew meat for as long as I have breath in my body. It's. Too. Damn. Tasty.

That said, humans do have a HUGE problem with over-eating meat as a dietary staple. I think the Catholic Church got it right back in the day, with going total veggie one day a week. It's probably HUGELY healthy for both body and environment. Yeah, I could see that making a comeback.

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Daz, Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:48 pm

I will never, ever eschew meat for as long as I have breath in my body. It's. Too. Damn. Tasty.

That said, humans do have a HUGE problem with over-eating meat as a dietary staple. I think the Catholic Church got it right back in the day, with going total veggie one day a week. It's probably HUGELY healthy for both body and environment. Yeah, I could see that making a comeback.
As long as you like *ahem* those greens making a comeback later on.

I just run on, A little bit of what you fancy does you good, motto.
But at my age, I can happily eat whatever is lying around. :wlol:

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Daz, Wed Feb 02, 2011 9:48 pm

I will never, ever eschew meat for as long as I have breath in my body. It's. Too. Damn. Tasty.

That said, humans do have a HUGE problem with over-eating meat as a dietary staple. I think the Catholic Church got it right back in the day, with going total veggie one day a week. It's probably HUGELY healthy for both body and environment. Yeah, I could see that making a comeback.[/quote]

As long as you like *ahem* those greens making a comeback later on.

I just run on, A little bit of what you fancy does you good, motto.
But at my age, I can happily eat whatever is lying around. :wlol:

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Bell_the_otter, Fri Mar 11, 2011 9:36 am

i dont mind vegetarians and vegans but dont force your food on me.

but i noticed since i embraced my otter-y self that will go crazy over seafood when before i wasn'tt fussed by it.
at the art meets i'll eat tons of sushi given half a chance.
we bought alot of selfish and prawn for Christmas and i ate 80% of it >.>

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Bell_the_otter, Fri Mar 11, 2011 10:36 am

i dont mind vegetarians and vegans but dont force your food on me.

but i noticed since i embraced my otter-y self that will go crazy over seafood when before i wasn'tt fussed by it.
at the art meets i'll eat tons of sushi given half a chance.
we bought alot of selfish and prawn for Christmas and i ate 80% of it >.>

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Daz, Mon Mar 14, 2011 11:29 pm

Crayfish is always good.

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Daz, Tue Mar 15, 2011 12:29 am

Crayfish is always good.

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AndersWolf, Tue Mar 15, 2011 7:39 am

the only time i wont eat meat is if i knew the animal before it was put on my plate

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AndersWolf, Tue Mar 15, 2011 8:39 am

the only time i wont eat meat is if i knew the animal before it was put on my plate


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