The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3
A touch of this and a touch of that-kosher doesn't seem too "kosher" to me now
Posted By: sean
In Response To: Re: Are you spreading vegetarian propaganda here,Heidi:)???(NMI) (Hoof Arted)
My friend had this thriving kosher catering business this year. He was doing these big parties every weekend and on Sunday night he would bring these real nice leftover steaks over so I could give them to his Rhodesian Ridgeback/Chow that I was caring for. Well anyway, a few times, I made myself a nice dinner from these choice pieces of meat and I was very satisfied. I realized it was the cut of meat and not neccessarily the kosher kill that made them so good. Well anyway after reading the little procedure of decadence and waste my teasing was that much off. I used to say to don't forget the bag of leftover meat because us gentile dogs are only worthy of the scraps!!! I have a pretty wacked sense of humor, but my caterer friend got the funnieness of it.
I'm going to have a look at that diet for a new america book to see the sources and if labeling standards of food are going to change.
As far as being decadent and wasteful; take a lesson from the Native Americans who use fish scraps to fertilize the soil. Don't use other greasy meat to do this!
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sean -- Wednesday, 11 March 1998, at 1:59 a.m.
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