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although there are some people who do not appreciate meat, most normal people enjoy it.



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meat provides valuable micro nutrients which people on meat free diets miss out on.
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(Original post by the bear)
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although there are some people who do not appreciate meat, most normal people enjoy it.

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if you are not sure how to cook meat then ..... don't !!!

be like the locals in Ethiopia and eat this delicious foodstuff raw
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Excuse me!?
it's like Tiger Bread.... you don't think Tesco's uses actual Tigers in their bakery ?... i mean surely not ?

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"The stuff isn't really the meat from a big cat, but rather a dish that consists of raw ground beef, raw egg, spices and onions, according to FoodSafety.gov. Also known as a “cannibal sandwich,” tiger meat is especially popular in communities with large populations of German immigrants, according to South Dakota Magazine.
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it's like Tiger Bread.... you don't think Tesco's uses actual Tigers in their bakery ?... i mean surely not ?

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They use Tiger blood in the loaf :yep:
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"The stuff isn't really the meat from a big cat, but rather a dish that consists of raw ground beef, raw egg, spices and onions, according to FoodSafety.gov. Also known as a “cannibal sandwich,” tiger meat is especially popular in communities with large populations of German immigrants, according to South Dakota Magazine.
Ooooh. I see :holmes:

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And this thread exists becuase...?
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Giraffe Bread.... contains fresh Giraffes

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(Original post by lia_r18)
And this thread exists becuase...?
becuase certain people on here wish to prevent normal eaters from being allowed to speak
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Smells like bears bait
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I've eaten yak and camel before.
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