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Horse Meat. Would You Eat It?
 
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# 1 : Thursday 5-7-2018 @ 13:09
 
 
So I'm going to Slovenia in a few weeks time and horse meat is a very popular meat there. There's even fast food joints that just sell horse meat. I'm a bit dubious but I do like to try local food. Would you eat horse meat?

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# 2 : Thursday 5-7-2018 @ 13:36
 
 
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# 3 : Thursday 5-7-2018 @ 14:28
 
 
No difference I suppose in eating a cow. Or in South America eating guinea pigs. Or in China eating dog. They are all God's creatures.
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# 4 : Thursday 5-7-2018 @ 14:35
 
 
Well there is a difference. taste, texture, price, recipe, ethics, availability ect..
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# 5 : Thursday 5-7-2018 @ 14:38
 
 
Probably not, I just have this image in my head that horses are intelligent creatures. Even if I could get over that hurdle wouldn't it taste rather stringy / tough?
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# 6 : Thursday 5-7-2018 @ 14:40
 
 
Someone said :
Probably not, I just have this image in my head that horses are intelligent creatures. Even if I could get over that hurdle wouldn't it taste rather stringy / tough?

Why would you think it's stringy/tough? Apparently its lean and slightly sweet. Would you eat Octopus? They are very intelligent.
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# 7 : Thursday 5-7-2018 @ 14:42
 
 
Pigs are very intelligent.
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# 8 : Thursday 5-7-2018 @ 14:45
 
 
Have they found horse meat in burgers ....again ?
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# 9 : Thursday 5-7-2018 @ 23:48
 
 
Horses are for riding, not eating, though I would eat Chaval anytime before escargo.
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# 10 : Friday 6-7-2018 @ 02:55
 
 
I've had it a few times and found it to be very tasty. The market in Temple Bar on a Sunday have a stall that sell it, along with other more traditional meat, in rolls/buns. Its a bit sweet and quite tender. I think you should try it, but i think most food is worth trying, even if it is only once.
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# 11 : Friday 6-7-2018 @ 17:00
 
 
Yes I ate when I lived in North of France, lot of the burgers there are made of horse meat so had no real choice, it's a bit bland.
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# 12 : Friday 6-7-2018 @ 17:55
 
 
We are eating too much meat already, once or twice a week should be enough and not nearly every day. Feeding and watering, all these animals is expensive and taking its toll on the planet.
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# 13 : Friday 6-7-2018 @ 19:35
 
 
You should have to walk through an abbatoir and witness the whole process to buy meat. At least then you might appreciate it more. Buying it all nicely wrapped in plastic- It could be anything.
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# 14 : Friday 6-7-2018 @ 19:46
 
 
Someone said :
Well there is a difference. taste, texture, price, recipe, ethics, availability ect..

Taste can be much finer than beef, unless you get a old race horse... Texture is between beef and game, it tends to be leaner. Price is reasonable in countries where horse meat is frequent. Recipe: steak! Ethics: no different to beef, really... Availability: not an issue in countries where it is... available...
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# 15 : Friday 6-7-2018 @ 21:08
 
 
Availability: not an issue in countries where it is... available...

I await the 1409 word essay you will write to explain this ... what's your point boy like
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