>If eating in general meant having to slaughter/cultivate/whatever my
>own food myself, then I'd probably starve simply for lack of
>ability, let alone gumption. (See also: The Trigger
>Effect, episode one of James Burke's immortal Connections.)
I probably would, too. I'm a city boy; as far as my experience tells me, fruit and vegetables grow in supermarkets.
>> (I think it also had to do with my detailed explanation of such
>>delicacies as Rocky Mountain oysters and haggis.)
>... which aren't meat.
They're not muscle tissue. But they are dead animal parts. Which, as far as I'm concerned, amounts to the same thing. (I don't eat anything that even has broth from an animal in it. It's still from a dead animal.)
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