I will eat any animal and brag about it afterward. But give it a clean painless death. We have that ability and anything else is needless cruelty.
that's good and all but have you ever tried dog soup?We as a species convinced an apex predator that they were better off chilling out and hanging around with us than hunting in packs. And how do we reward them for their loyalty? By eating them and breeding them into quivering rats and genetic dead ends. There's something very morally questionable about eating an animal that would happily put itself in mortal danger to protect you. Dogs aren't just another stupid animal raised for our consumption. There's a lot more to the canine-human relationship people aren't addressing
Some people say Westerners don't eat horses because they're "pets" but I was under the assumption it's bad practice to eat your work animals.People can eat dogs if they want, everyone is free like that, but I'm also free to judge you and your backward culture.
Dogs were the first animal we domesticated. They were the first species to join Homo Sapien at the dinner table, by all rights dogs should be held to the highest standard when it comes to how we interact with animals.
I know horse was eaten in the past before beef became cheaper and more plentiful. But I'm not sure if they raised horses for slaughter or if it was just the old work horses that were killed because at least they'd be useful for food, back in the day.
Gonna have to do a hard disagree on that one. I'd put the chinese at the bottom with the koreans about middle. The japs I've noticed seem to either be honestly ignorant of things or willfully ignorant, with no middle ground.If you've ever had any in-depth dealings with Koreans, you know that they're the absolute dumbest of the 'big three' asians (japanese, chinese, korean, in descending order of lacking any sense at all)
The japanese and chinese also believe that.You have to remember, this comes from the same people who believe that running an electric fan in a closed room with unopened or no windows will kill you. Or that your blood type determines your personality.
From what I gather it was mainly a French, and later native, thing to eat horse.I know horse was eaten in the past before beef became cheaper and more plentiful. But I'm not sure if they raised horses for slaughter or if it was just the old work horses that were killed because at least they'd be useful for food, back in the day.
nope, I knew a guy who actually lived in a logging camp with a bunch of koreans. Tenderizing meat and let blood flow while it's alive (i.e. beating the shit out of it before the kill) make the meat taste better.Asians believe that animals taste better if they die a horrible death during the cooking process.
This actually toughens the meat. Stress in general is bad for the quality of meat.
You don't eat the useful horses.
They don't do that though. There are farms.If you’re humane about it, I suppose there’s nothing wrong. However stealing someone’s dog to get the meat is wrong, and I’d say the same thing about cattle rustling.