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Mayflowers
Monday, October 6, 2008, 3:13pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Was there another thread? I can't find it..anyway, as to not hijack my own thread, I found this web page..
I stand corrected on potatoes being no other color but white. So Warriors, this means we can eat purple potatoes!  

http://www.foodsubs.com/Sweetpotatoes.html    
I found the mountain yam..it's Japanese. I'll just fly to Japan and get some.. I think Dr. D has a real sense of humor. It's like the red meat I can eat. I'll also fly to Australia to eat Kangaroo..ah..ha but I can go to Ontario and have some caribou maybe...
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all kinds of potatoes give achings to me I just take wild yams as a supp. for hot flashes shooting ...but not with loads of success ....
and lamb....and fish is also growing here in Switzerland    , dito turkey.....venison....slurp....


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Diana,
Sysco carries kangaroo.  We have a guy living in our basement who works for Sysco (and brought home some delicious-looking steaks the other day for DH) and he said they carry kangaroo.  So it is here, it might just be a matter of contacting them and finding out how to get it.  This dude used to live in CT and worked for Sysco up there and is now in the Atlanta plant.


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I'll also fly to Australia to eat Kangaroo..ah..ha but I can go to Ontario and have some caribou maybe...

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I hear they're everywhere over there.


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Kangaroo would probably be good in a pita (pouch bread) sandwich.  
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Was there another thread? I can't find it..anyway, as to not hijack my own thread, I found this web page..
I stand corrected on potatoes being no other color but white. So Warriors, this means we can eat purple potatoes!  

http://www.foodsubs.com/Sweetpotatoes.html    
I found the mountain yam..it's Japanese. I'll just fly to Japan and get some.. I think Dr. D has a real sense of humor. It's like the red meat I can eat. I'll also fly to Australia to eat Kangaroo..ah..ha but I can go to Ontario and have some caribou maybe...


Diana, I believe the good doctor was taking into consideration Asian & Australian food categories since there is a sizable BTD community in these countries.



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AB - Please don't tell me you think that we have kangaroos just hopping down the local street!! There are plenty in the country where it isn't very built up but the only place you're likely to see a kangaroo in Sydney is at the local zoo or someplace similar.  My girls get a thrill out of seeing them when we travel somewhere more remote just like anyone else might.


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Diana, I believe the good doctor was taking into consideration Asian & Australian food categories since there is a sizable BTD community in these countries.



Yep, just like bison is listed for GT2 - I doubt that we could get it here but if you live where it's available then go for it.  It would be pretty sad for us non-Americans if Dr D only listed stuff that is available in America  - me like my meat!  


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AB - Please don't tell me you think that we have kangaroos just hopping down the local street!! There are plenty in the country where it isn't very built up but the only place you're likely to see a kangaroo in Sydney is at the local zoo or someplace similar.  My girls get a thrill out of seeing them when we travel somewhere more remote just like anyone else might.


Well, I kinda figured that.  Although it's funny, coyotes are pretty much considered varmints.  At least for some of us.  And there are lots of them.  And they actually do very well in the city.  I've seen them in pretty populated areas.  Although not like downtown city area.  But I used to live near a park that was just like 4 miles north of downtown and I saw them there.  They eat anything.  



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I know, Dr. D can see into the future..(he has many skills) and he saw me traveling to Australia and Canada...

No thanks Ribbit. Nice of you to offer, but I can't bring my self to eat a baby lamb and I'm going to eat a cute kangaroo?
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