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    meat is meat.
    i also dont believe there is any difference ethically between eating dog, and eating lamb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trishalishous View Post
    meat is meat.
    i also dont believe there is any difference ethically between eating dog, and eating lamb.
    That I agree with! Also I don't get why meat eaters go all funny about eating offal ( liver/kidney/heart etc) if your eating an animals leg/shoulder/breast etc why does the other turn you off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    That I agree with! Also I don't get why meat eaters go all funny about eating offal ( liver/kidney/heart etc) if your eating an animals leg/shoulder/breast etc why does the other turn you off?
    I just don't like the smell and texture of it. Never tried it but used to work in a butchery. Also, growing up on a farm, meat is meat and offal is thrown in the offal pit so psychologically, it's rubbish. I love lamb and veal, my two favs, nom nom.

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    Eating meat does bother me (was veg for a while) but my body couldnt handle it. But honestly most of the meat I eat is abumals that are bred to be killed to be eaten. Its sad but its a way of life.

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    Yep, idk why.
    Logic says an animal is an animal but yeah

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    I dont eat liver etc Because liver, kidney etc stink like pee and are designed as a urine filter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    That I agree with! Also I don't get why meat eaters go all funny about eating offal ( liver/kidney/heart etc) if your eating an animals leg/shoulder/breast etc why does the other turn you off?
    Def a smell, taste texture thing here too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    Def a smell, taste texture thing here too.
    Is it actually vastly different to eating the animal's breast or leg etc or is it more a mental thing though? I just assumed it was a mental thing for ppl

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    All of it feels wrong to me, that's why I'm vegetarian I briefly ate fish when I felt like I needed it but am very happy that I don't feel like I need to anymore. I love my veggies

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    Quote Originally Posted by trishalishous View Post
    meat is meat.
    i also dont believe there is any difference ethically between eating dog, and eating lamb.
    I agree.

    I'm a meat eater, and would happily eat pretty much any animal.


 

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