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Old 08-03-2007, 10:09 PM   #11
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Since we are trade partners all the same legislation happened at about the same time Keltin. Its a matter of policing now.

Gotta worry about those folks making pet food putting other crap in there. EEK.
What about potted meat! Have you read the ingredients on that? Hopefully the FDA regulations apply to that mystery meat as well! Letís not even get started on Vienna Sausages!!
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What (I am almost afraid to ask) is potted meat? And vienna sausages...
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Old 08-03-2007, 10:13 PM   #13
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Vienna Sausages

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Potted Meat
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Oh...my. I just have nothing to say here.
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What (I am almost afraid to ask) is potted meat? And vienna sausages...
Oh wow, you’ve never heard of potted meat. Lucky you!

I almost hate to spoil a perfect life for you!

It’s this stuff.

Vienna Sausages are just as bad.


Although……I have eaten a Vienna Sausage before, long ago. They are squishy. Did you ever see that movie “Sling Blade” with Billy Bob Thorton? He ate vienna sausages in that….and they discussed the mysterious ingredients as well.
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Is it just me, or doesn’t potted meat look like the small canned cat food? Although, my cats would never eat it. I bet the dog would though…..he eats anything!

Oh, but if anyone here likes potted meat, I’m not downing your decision. By all means enjoy what you want. It’s just not for me….then again, neither is cauliflower!
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