@Johnny TriumphThe problem is not eating horse, although it is not
eaten extensively in most European countries it still gets eaten.The
problem is eating something labelled as something else. I think we can all agree
that its a good idea to know what is on the ingrediants list is actually all you
@Johnny TriumphI agree, horses aren't overly different from
cattle, deer, or elk. I imagine the meat may be tougher and leaner, but more or
less the same.If you can eat Bambi then why not Black Beauty?Human beings were eating horses long before we were riding them and
keeping them as pets. All those horses you see in cave paintings? They were
Why is it so culturally bad to eat horse? I'm not saying I necessarily
want to but I just don't see what the difference is between horse and beef
Mr Ed does not approve.
****Equine****The OTHER, red meat.....
"The sample of one brand sold by British supermarket kingpin Tesco was more
than a quarter horse." More than a quarter horse? So the meat
was from like a draft horse such as a Clydesdale or a Belgian? B^D
Neigh means Neigh! Why didn't they test before this?
I thought that last batch tasted a little different . . . .