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mitch777:
geez,
by the sound of it, this thread should be merged with Wumpette Style. ;D

(but i DO like the title. ;) ...)

Jeff G:

--- Quote from: Miss Philicia on February 26, 2013, 06:01:44 PM ---Oh please -- I ate a horse meat burger on the Riviera when I was 15. Next.

--- End quote ---

Did you really eat it or just put it in your mouth for a few minutes ?

Miss Philicia:

--- Quote from: Jeff G on February 26, 2013, 07:35:39 PM ---Did you really eat it or just put it in your mouth for a few minutes ?

--- End quote ---

I ate it. I was there in 1980 and there were not any McDonald's outside of the one in Paris, and I didn't know what I was ordering for some reason except that it was a burger. When I was halfway through my French friend told me what it was.

Dare me to eat this when I go in a few months?

http://www.750g.com/fiche_de_cuisine.2.123.66452.htm

denb45:
I eat horse meat in Juarez Mexico while i was visiting El Paso, TX

wish i didn't eat that burrito, now I have G.I Disease for life  :(

Thank You Western Texas  >:(  for messing up my life  ???

Hugs

Den  :)

OneTampa:
I think the issue riding side-saddle as scandal has more to do with mis-labeling (fraud) as consumers are not getting the meat they anticipated.  ;)

Excerpt from linked article:

"...The scandal erupted Feb. 7 when Britain’s Food Standards Agency discovered horsemeat mixed into frozen lasagna labeled as 100 percent beef. Horse-loving Britons, who would never think of eating Black Beauty, were shocked, all the more so in that the lasagna came from across the English Channel.

“It’s a straight fraud,” said Britain’s environment minister, Owen Paterson, giving voice to the outrage of English consumers. “If a product says it’s beef and you’re actually buying horse, that is a fraud...”

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