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Old 12-02-2004, 06:21 PM   #31
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We have pig farms here where you can go and pick out your pig like picking out your lobster from the tank.
Problem here wasabi. I could not look a pig in the eye and send him to this death. You pick him out and I will see him when he is lifted from the hole in the ground with the bannana leaves and hot rocks.
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Old 12-02-2004, 06:21 PM   #32
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I wonder what really makes the meat they sell so special??

Who would buy food at these prices???

Does this company make a profit????
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Old 12-02-2004, 06:27 PM   #33
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I wonder what really makes the meat they sell so special??

Who would buy food at these prices???

Does this company make a profit????
The Trumps and rockafellers and rock stars. Not me.
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Old 12-02-2004, 06:28 PM   #34
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We have pig farms here where you can go and pick out your pig like picking out your lobster from the tank.
Problem here wasabi. I could not look a pig in the eye and send him to this death. You pick him out and I will see him when he is lifted from the hole in the ground with the bannana leaves and hot rocks.

No no no, not me. I cannot bear the sound of the squeals a pig makes when it is being slaughtered.
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Old 12-02-2004, 06:29 PM   #35
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We have pig farms here where you can go and pick out your pig like picking out your lobster from the tank.
Problem here wasabi. I could not look a pig in the eye and send him to this death. You pick him out and I will see him when he is lifted from the hole in the ground with the bannana leaves and hot rocks.
I remember watching one special episode of the FOOD TV ratings juggernaut IRON CHEF and the main ingedient was baby pig. It was the one only time that Yukio Hattori was in the Kaga role.
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Old 12-02-2004, 06:37 PM   #36
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We have pig farms here where you can go and pick out your pig like picking out your lobster from the tank.
Problem here wasabi. I could not look a pig in the eye and send him to this death. You pick him out and I will see him when he is lifted from the hole in the ground with the bannana leaves and hot rocks.

No no no, not me. I cannot bear the sound of the squeals a pig makes when it is being slaughtered.
aka silence of the lambs, ever see it? We can bury a pork chop wasabi, one we buy at the market.
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Old 12-02-2004, 06:41 PM   #37
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But have you ever tasted kalua pig? Delish, and you have to kill the pig for that.......a baby pig taste the best.
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Old 12-02-2004, 06:43 PM   #38
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But have you ever tasted kalua pig? Delish, and you have to kill the pig for that.......a baby pig taste the best.
you mean seasoned with kaluah, the chocolate drink????? Do we not have to kill all the animals we eat? If I was raised on a farm with animals I would probably be a vegan.
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you mean seasoned with kaluah, the chocolate drink????? Do we not have to kill all the animals we eat? If I was raised on a farm with animals I would probably be a vegan.
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No, kalua or roast in the ground. I think we have to kill the animals we eat or they will be looking at you on the plate.
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you mean seasoned with kaluah, the chocolate drink????? Do we not have to kill all the animals we eat? If I was raised on a farm with animals I would probably be a vegan.
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I am blond, what can I tell you???? I remember once ordering stuffed trout and they brought it full body. I sent it back to the kitchen asking that its extremities be removed. Now when I order trout, I ask that process take place first.
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