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#1 Mon 05 Mar 07 6:27pm

nicky nacker-nocker

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kill it, cook it, eat it

now i like my meat - like any red-blooded woman, so i'm kind of interested to watch this tonight on telly. it's all about following your meat from the animal to your plate

that'll delight those lovely laid-back open-minded vegans

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree/programme … ndex.shtml

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#2 Mon 05 Mar 07 6:56pm

Anna

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Re: kill it, cook it, eat it

I can't wait for the fallout tomorrow.  It'll be like the lamb saga all over again.  Whee!

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#3 Tue 06 Mar 07 12:34am

SusanneH

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Re: kill it, cook it, eat it

Yep....... roll

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#4 Tue 06 Mar 07 10:56am

Anna

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Re: kill it, cook it, eat it

I caught the final summary, it looked really interesting but I was in a delicate mood and the background noise of sawing through bone made me uncomfortable.  My boyfriend (country boy, has had chickens and ducks and horses all his life but wants pigs and cows one day, not sure how I feel about this) had watched it and was fascinated.  They did something like cook an aged, hung piece of meat (heehee) and for comparison purposes, the same cut from an animal that had been slaughtered several minutes earlier:  I wish I'd have seen this bit!  It being the BBC, they'll repeat it ad nauseam anyway though.

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#5 Tue 06 Mar 07 11:15am

Ashen

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Re: kill it, cook it, eat it

you mean meat isn't plucked off of trees when its styrofoam tray ripens???    shocked  shocked


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#6 Tue 06 Mar 07 11:36am

Anna

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Re: kill it, cook it, eat it

Apparently not.  Were you here for the fuss caused by the episode of Jamie's Italy in which the lamb was slaughtered?  Spectacular, and went on for months.

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#7 Wed 07 Mar 07 8:15am

kayleigh

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Re: kill it, cook it, eat it

Im a bit gutted that i missed this. As said before this is the BBC it WILL be repeated!

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#8 Wed 07 Mar 07 9:12am

abdullahcohn

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Re: kill it, cook it, eat it

Why can’t we just all get along!

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#9 Wed 07 Mar 07 9:13am

abdullahcohn

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Re: kill it, cook it, eat it

Oh, is it too early for that now?
If so, I’ll past it again once the vegans are here.

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#10 Wed 07 Mar 07 11:01am

Ashen

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Re: kill it, cook it, eat it

Anna.. i heard about the so called controversy .. I didn't take much notice of it though.  My Dad grew up on a farm in italy and was an avid hunter, so i never experienced a disconect about where food comes from growing up..  I would go out hunting with him from the age of 4 and helped clean the catch when i was older.  . He and  my uncles would buy a pig or two and i would have to help butcher and turn it into sasauge, salami,sopressa,muset. etc My sisters and I still joke about 4 legged chicken(rabbit). My oldest sister didn't like the idea of eating cute rabbits so my dad would say it was chicken. Once we got a bit older we noticed the really good tasting chicken always had 4 legs and no wings  lol  lol


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