View Poll Results: Do you like kebabs?

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  • Yes, the ones produced and sold by immigrants.

    30 24.00%
  • Yes, but only the ones produced and sold by my countrymen.

    8 6.40%
  • Yes, but I boycott them nevertheless.

    19 15.20%
  • No.

    32 25.60%
  • I've never eaten a kebab.

    36 28.80%
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpearBrave View Post
    I have never had them, but they sound much like the meat the sell in the far East. Could be any kind of meat rat, cat, dog, monkey, or whatever foul rotten flesh they can get a hold of.

    So no I did not eat such things there, and I won't eat such things ever. I just don't trust those type of people selling such things.
    Even if they sold vegan food i would not buy it from them.

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    ^ Dietsch , they do sell vegan stuff here they call them Falafel.
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    Imo kebab shops / Turkish food outlets are safer (more hygienic) than Chinese and Thai outlets where hygienic practices appear to be non-existent. Restaurants in the UK who get busted by health inspectors for the most disgusting conditions imaginable are invariably South East Asian / Oriental.

    *(I don't include Japanese restaurants because they are super clean and organised).

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpearBrave View Post
    ^ Dietsch , they do sell vegan stuff here they call them Falafel.
    Know the stuff, a few times i went with a group of people to a few Goth fests, some of them where vegetarian/vegan and wanted something to eat so they went to a place where falafel was being sold, i didn't eat there simply because of the sellers, they will not get my money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyBatty View Post
    Imo kebab shops / Turkish food outlets are safer (more hygienic) than Chinese and Thai outlets where hygienic practices appear to be non-existent. Restaurants in the UK who get busted by health inspectors for the most disgusting conditions imaginable are invariably South East Asian / Oriental.

    *(I don't include Japanese restaurants because they are super clean and organised).
    More hygienic does not mean that they are hygienic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyBatty
    Imo kebab shops / Turkish food outlets are safer...
    Weeelllllllllllll..... enjoy your meal then


    Missing girl put into Kebab

    Girl’s body put in mincing machine

    Kebab man cut up missing girl, 14


    And you really dont want to know how these meat things are produced or transported (cooling chain nonexistent). You'd never again use the word "hygiene" in connection with Kebab
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    Ease up on the culinary prejudice folks but .....
    Historical fact: the sea fairing Scandinavian Vikings traded with folk from the Middle East, including folk from the land that is now Turkey.
    Spices, herbs and all sorts of other foodstuffs were among the merchandise that was traded. New vegetables were introduced to Europe too.
    The likes of Carrots and Cabbages etc.... are not native European vegetables!

    We would be still eating just oats, watercress and meat had it not been for the culinary adventures in tastes of our European ancestors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Sitric
    Ease up on the culinary prejudice folks but .....
    Have you ever tried to buy a kebab in Turkey?
    In tourist regions like Antalia you meanwhile really get them. Kebab is no "traditional Turkish fast food" though.
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    kebabs

    Ahh yes... Mystery meat on a stick. The only ones I trust are the ones I make myself... Remember, "Montezuma's Revenge" can strike anywhere at any time... It's always best too know where the food came from, how it was handled, and whether or not it's spoiled...

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    I went for option 3 because I don't patronise foreign establishments under any circumstances, but my wife once made me a kebab and I have to say it was delicious

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