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Thursday, 06 December 2007



Wow. Ewww. Amazing. Horrifying.

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That is dedication to the the cause if ever I saw it. I admire that and I totally agree with making a conscious decision to eat meat. If you want to eat, you have to be able to kill it, eat it on the bone and stare an animal in the eye and know its steak. Its a big responsibility and one that I am a lil scared of. I try where possible to eat organic and free range. Its still no guarantee that the animal had a good life but its a start. Maybe I should just go back to being vegetarian!

Thanks, auntie? Hey, it's a good thing. And we're going the Netflix route instead of basic cable for the time being.

Sue, I'm still not sure I could look an animal in the eye and kill it... Husbear says he could. It certainly is a big responsibility trying to eat sustainably and healthfully in the age of huge agribusiness; we've made a decision to buy all our meat from the farmers' market. We may not be able to stick to this always (no fish at the farmers' markets here, and very little duck) but at least we feel like we're helping a little.


i would have never guessed that you were (once) a veg logan. going from sprouted grains, smugness and tofu (which is delicious) to simmered hogs head and dressed up offal is an achievement i applaud. where does one go to sign up for next years class?

Boots in the Oven

I know, Adam! He was a vegetarian for 10 years. I think it's not too much of a stretch for him to go straight to offal, since a good portion of the reason he turned veg was because of factory farming.

Dai Due has classes going on fairly often - next one's chicken in January. Here's their website: http://www.daidueaustin.com/

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