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Old 21-01-2013, 01:09 PM   #21
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er, this is not a 'vegie' thread - it's a 'bacon/red meat' thread!
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Frugivorous is today's official word.
Love it.
Thank you.

Read somewhere once....
"If you were stranded starving on cannibal island and the natives took you in as one of their own it wouldn't be too long before roast leg of shipwrecked missionary smelt and tasted just yummy for your Sunday lunch".

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Old 21-01-2013, 01:42 PM   #22
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Sarcasm?

It's scientific fact that we are not physiologically equipped to eat meat without health problems cropping up, down the road.
Actually no i wasn't being sarcastic - i have lived with people like him - he is brainwashed.

- but it isn't proved so shut up, this thread is about BACON
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Old 21-01-2013, 02:39 PM   #23
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Actually no i wasn't being sarcastic - i have lived with people like him - he is brainwashed.

- but it isn't proved so shut up, this thread is about BACON
You can't just say that it isn't proved and tell me to shut up.

We share many physiological traits with herbivores, and none with carnivores. Fact.
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Old 21-01-2013, 05:21 PM   #24
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Frugivorous is today's official word.
Love it.
Thank you.

Read somewhere once....
"If you were stranded starving on cannibal island and the natives took you in as one of their own it wouldn't be too long before roast leg of shipwrecked missionary smelt and tasted just yummy for your Sunday lunch".
I don't see how that pertains to bacon.

BUT just for the record I am not into roast leg of shipwrecked missionary.

If you took 30 people and placed them in a mountain wilderness say mid-October where its getting fairly cold at night.

10 of the people are hunter/gatherers.
10 of them are 100% pure vegan.
10 of them are veggies but could eat meat IF they needed to.

Now the 10 H/G's have a camp site set up and fire going with in the first few hours and start work on shelter for the coming night.

The vegans have no clue on how to live off the land, strange fact that I have been asking to all the vegans I know, and trust me I know a lot more then you may think. Its about 1 in 20+ that could live off the land or even have the first clue about growing a garden, and that I find odd, as a meat eater. So vegan group gets lucky one of the veggies can live off the land and has a clue about what plants, roots, berry's or tree bark can be used to keep you alive.

So day 2 starts and H/G group breaks into 2 man groups and some lay simple snare traps, and dead falls and a few others work to make weapons for bigger game. By the end of the day they have 2 rabbits.

Now the veggie with living off the land skills formed a gathering people and told them to go out and pick different things. Sadly one vegan found some mushrooms and ate them and got sick and died hours later, and another ate some berry's and got sick and should live. They found a field with Dandelion's and dug up the roots, Clovers that were still green, Asparagus and Onions also wild. Only problem is that said field only has about 2 days worth of food in it, but mixed with the rabbit you might get 4 or 5 days.

So the first week goes by with out to many problem, the group also gets a deer, and elk so they have more than enough meat to go around, problem is finding veggies for the vegans. At the end of the 2nd week you get your first snowfall and here is where the real problem starts, in the past 2 week the H/G's have made some clothes out of the animals they killed to out fit the group with warmer stuff, and here the vegans have a major problem, not just in the fact they cant eat meat, but the fact they could not be covered in dead animals.

Now do to the fact this is a bacon thread I will make it a happy ending since a vegan finds a cabin in the woods with a chest freezer full of bacon.
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Old 21-01-2013, 05:42 PM   #25
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I am tired of all the damn vegan threads out there eat this veggie, and drink this juice and you will live to see that your life be all wonderful and happy and FUCK THAT, i am happy with BACON in my life.

This is about Bacon how you cook it, what you eat with, ideas you get over time, hell I don't care if its about your bacon and eggs breakfast you had post about it talk about it, and most of all enjoy every damn day you can with bacon as part of your diet because your not a vegan/veggie.

I was watching a show last week and they had Bacon wrapped pork loins and then they were floured with spices and then deep fried. They were call Pig Wings funny thing is I liked the idea and figured I would give it a try so thats my goal Sunday is to make me some Pig Wings and see how they come out. They are the same size or about the size of Chicken Wings so I guess I am going to cook them about the same as I do Chicken Wings and see what happens.
I love bacon!! Some would class that as cannibalism!! LOL!!
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Old 21-01-2013, 06:06 PM   #26
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But help me understand why is the smell and taste of cooked meat so great.
Bacon smells good to 'me'. Bacon tastes good to 'me.' What's to explain? The problem with the Collectivist brain is that it is insanely, socio-pathically narcissistic; entirely incapable of understanding or accepting that another brain may harbour a differing opinion or view.
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Old 21-01-2013, 06:34 PM   #27
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You can't just say that it isn't proved and tell me to shut up.

We share many physiological traits with herbivores, and none with carnivores. Fact.
I just did!

It depends on how these 2 xxxivores are defined doesn't it - i couldn't give a shit what any of these xxxivorse are.

I have been veggie, vegan, a juicer and everything in between, i have fasted on water, fasted on juice, cleansed my liver for over a year and read just about everything about alternative diet & nutrition.

And now i eat everything and i am happy and healthy and don't give a shit what so called science says about food - i avoid obviously chemical & processed shit and moderate all things like alcohol & drugs & medicines - but you know the bottom line is I'm happy! I don't have to brain wank anymore. I believe this makes me happy with the minimum of brain wanking & mental stress.
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I like the taste of outdoor reared well done smoked bacon in a sandwich with the fat trimmed off. But I always end up feeling dirty and afterwards. Since I found a piece of bone in some bacon I bought I've been put off ever since. I'll stick to chicken and fish thanks.

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It depends on how these 2 xxxivores are defined doesn't it - i couldn't give a shit what any of these xxxivorse are.
They are not terms that are privy to subjective interpretations. They have singular definitions.

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I have been veggie, vegan, a juicer and everything in between, i have fasted on water, fasted on juice, cleansed my liver for over a year and read just about everything about alternative diet & nutrition.

And now i eat everything and i am happy and healthy and don't give a shit what so called science says about food - i avoid obviously chemical & processed shit and moderate all things like alcohol & drugs & medicines - but you know the bottom line is I'm happy! I don't have to brain wank anymore. I believe this makes me happy with the minimum of brain wanking & mental stress.
That's your personal choice, and that's fine. My problem is with people who distort the facts, so as to delude and manipulate people into going in a particular direction.
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Bacon brings peace. The part of the world with the most wars and conflict is the middle east. Where they don't eat bacon.

I rest my case.
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What our American cousins call Canadian Bacon we in the UK term Smoked Back.
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This thread is making me hungry. Time for a fry-up methinks.

4 rashers of BACON
3 Sausages
Black Pudding
2 fried eggs

All fried in beef dripping. Yummy!
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This past weekend I bought the first slab of bacon I've bought in months. Sometimes I just have to have it. Tonight it's a slow cooked pork chop, a side of mashed taters with gravy, and a side of cabbage with bacon sprinkled on top. And a glass of fresh Muscadine juice.

All organic, of course.

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They are not terms that are privy to subjective interpretations. They have singular definitions.
wow - you actually believe all that science shit?

quote wikipedia: A carnivore meaning 'meat eater' , carne meaning 'flesh' and vorare meaning 'to devour') is an that derives its energy and nutrient requirements from a consisting mainly or exclusively of whether through.
Look at part in bold - how can this definition be used in anything to do with humans? A carnivore is a very specialised animal. Humans are not so specialised.

When will all this stupid comparison stop; humans are unique. very few species even have teeth similar to ours. Where as most carnivores teeth are very similar.

We are unique and our diet has varied depending on where we lived and circumstances.
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This thread is making me hungry. Time for a fry-up methinks.

4 rashers of BACON
3 Sausages
Black Pudding
2 fried eggs

All fried in beef dripping. Yummy!
"Rasher" of Bacon? I don't think anyone in my area has used that term since the days of my great great grandfathers. Although, during an episode of 'Little House on The Prairie' I did hear Mrs Oleson once suggest to a customer that he buy his wife a rasher of bacon for their wedding anniversary.
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Paraphrasing the word of the great American Patriot Patrick Henry: "Give me bacon, or give me death."

A fat free diet is a sort of living death. Innit?
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When I was a kid everybody had a flitch of salt cured bacon hanging up from a hook on the kitchen ceiling.
A piece would be sliced off and into the pan.
Everybody smoked Woodbines cigarettes back then too plus coal fires and gas lighting so the bacon had a particular flavour.
We are veggies now.
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When I was a kid everybody had a flitch of salt cured bacon hanging up from a hook on the kitchen ceiling.
A piece would be sliced off and into the pan.
Everybody smoked Woodbines cigarettes back then too plus coal fires and gas lighting so the bacon had a particular flavour.
We are veggies now.
Veggies? Note to self. Skip the East Midlands on my tour of English Bacon factories.
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LOL

Melton Mowbray Pork Pie is the speciality food round these parts.
The locals have a full one each ( they are big) for Xmas day breakfast.
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Melton Mowbray Pork Pie is the speciality food round these parts.
The locals have a full one each ( they are big) for Xmas day breakfast.
Brits have been eating those things for hundreds of years and living to tell about it. I am entirely of Dutch and British ancestry. Unfortunately, I haven't inherited the cast iron stomach of my forefathers, and would gag on that pork pie thing. Now a nice Yorkshire pudding or Cornish pasty would sure hit the spot on this cold winter day, but I'll have to settle for an egg and cheese Hot Pocket.
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