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Old 10-06-2004, 07:22 PM   #31
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I just read the first couple of postings here and probably will not need to cook for several days, YUCK do people actually eat that stuff? I cannot imagine. But here sits someone who used to eat Blue Points on the Half Shell, Escargo, quail, reindeer, whale but do not eat alternative organs and body parts. The meat on my plate comes from the butcher not the cute little furry things in the pasture.

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I just read the first couple of postings here and probably will not need to cook for several days, YUCK do people actually eat that stuff? I cannot imagine. But here sits someone who used to eat Blue Points on the Half Shell, Escargo, quail, reindeer, whale but do not eat alternative organs and body parts. The meat on my plate comes from the butcher not the cute little furry things in the pasture.

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