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cultural differences in food

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There is a show on travel channel showing food from around the world out of the way places. Some look pretty strange while others aren't that bad. On TMZ they were talking about a planned protest against dog and cat meat sold in asian countries and the cruel way they are treated. Its legal this practice and they feel curler the animal is treated the better they believe it is. Many people in these countries are fighting this but should we talk, cows, pigs lambs even fish meet unpleasant end. It's said the American Indian respected the animal who gave its life to feed them, do you? First time deboned a whole chicken I really felt bad for the chicken separating the meat from bone. Can't be a vegan I like chop meat and fried chicken to much. Walking Dead should be required watching for all hunters, see how you like it.
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/peoplesdaily/article-3129642/The-heroic-woman-trying-save-hundreds-dogs-dinner-plate-China-s-barbaric-annual-meat-festival.html

 

WARNING  There are some gross pictures here. Don't view if you're a dog lover.

This does not seem to be a need for food but a cultural thing and beliefs.

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