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    This is why I only eat breast!

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    Can't say that it bothers me but then I've usually looked my meat in the eye before DH slaughters it.

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    I wouldn't eat one that had feathers, I would de feather it. Except marinated I would just bin.

    But I'd rather feathers over finding a chicken head and neck in your bag of wings!


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    Just pluck them yourself?

    I'm not a fan of food wastage, but even less so about wasting food for which an animal gave its life.

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    If there's only a few then there's no big deal pluck them off.

    I find when I buy free range chicken they rarely ever have any on them though.

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    Where do you think meat comes from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    Just pluck them yourself?I'm not a fan of food wastage, but even less so about wasting food for which an animal gave its life.
    They dont get wasted. I think a few in this post think that because i refuse to pluck them and wont touch them i throw them out which is far from the truth. DH still eats them. He will pluck them and cook and eat if theres alot or hes kinda sick i think and if its just a tiny bit he just cooks and eat with them on *YUCK* but they definately do not get thrown away. We cant afford to be that wasteful even if i wanted to

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    I quite aware what and how my meats and food come to be on my plate. I just dont like to see it in its pure pre ready to eat form. Im sinply uncomfortable with it. if the world crashed and burned and we had to kill what we ate even for survival reasons i will be the first say if it werent for Dh id be F**ked lol

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    Oh man you know whats really gross? When you go to buy pork and are looking for the best bit with all the skin and fat to make awesome crackling and then you find one where there is still hair on the skin

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    Quote Originally Posted by FluffyDucks View Post
    Oh man you know whats really gross? When you go to buy pork and are looking for the best bit with all the skin and fat to make awesome crackling and then you find one where there is still hair on the skin
    Oh my... nope that would be wayyyy too much for me. *GAG*


 

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