>>> (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.
Philosophically, perhaps; but culinarily, they're as different as a chocolate milkshake and a block of stinking, mold-encrusted French cheese. Me, I'm a dedicated flesh-consumer from 'way back, but I'm firmly of the opinion that one should just say 'no' to organs, with the cognitive-dissonance-enabled exception of intestines, without which there can be no sausage. :)
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