View Poll Results: Do you eat meat?

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  • Yes, I eat meat, but I´m not a "carnivore" (meat-lover)

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  • Yes, I love meat. It´s a big part of my bill of fare

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  • No, I don´t eat/like meat, but I eat/drink milk-products (Vegetarism)

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  • No, I neither like/eat meat, nor milk products (Veganism)

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Thread: Vegetarianism, Veganism or Carnivorism!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThingsHD View Post
    I do not like to eat pork because I once had a bad experience ​​in Bavaria.
    It´s impossible that you make bad experiences in Bavaria! Maybe you were too weak for the superior taste and meal? We all know that Prussians can´t handle the real deal. Or you are a Muslim in disguise...

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    Zitat von Thusnelda
    It´s impossible that you make bad experiences in Bavaria! Maybe you were too weak for the superior taste and meal? We all know that Prussians can´t handle the real deal. Or you are a Muslim in disguise...

    ThingsHD´s favourite shop!?
    Maybe I was unlucky and was the cook Thusnelda. Königsberger Klopse is something very fine, The food is good.





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    Interesting I never posted in this thread, though I did thank a few of the post years ago.

    I love meat, it is at least 60% of my diet. I even like trying new kinds of meat from different animals.

    Hunting is big part of my life so I consume large amounts of venison, quail, grouse, wild swine, and I even eat squirrels on occasion.

    Beef is good, pork is better, chicken not so much and venison the best. I don't eat much fish at all unless I catch it myself which is not very often.

    Vegetarian/Vegan = a word for a poor hunter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpearBrave View Post
    Beef is good, pork is better, chicken not so much and venison the best. I don't eat much fish at all unless I catch it myself which is not very often.
    I complete agree with your post, but I need to second-guess this part here. I agree that chicken sucks for the most part and that venison is the best. But however you could grade pork higher than beef is beyond me. Exactly what type of Bavarian in Exile art thou if you still believe proper Schnitzel is made from pork.

    What you want for that is the most tender veal, beaten into the thickness of a fingernail, covered with tasty golden-brown breading, drenched in the juice from a freshly cut lemon and served with a lingonberry relish & wholesome potato salad (actually, it's parsley-potatoes but since I'm not a posh kid, let's be honest, they're the most god-awful thing on earth. )

    Anyway, now I'm hungry and all I have for my night-shift is a Ham & Cheese sandwich that wasn't even made by my girlfriend. Thanks for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigurd View Post
    I complete agree with your post, but I need to second-guess this part here. I agree that chicken sucks for the most part and that venison is the best. But however you could grade pork higher than beef is beyond me. Exactly what type of Bavarian in Exile art thou if you still believe proper Schnitzel is made from pork.

    What you want for that is the most tender veal, beaten into the thickness of a fingernail, covered with tasty golden-brown breading, drenched in the juice from a freshly cut lemon and served with a lingonberry relish & wholesome potato salad (actually, it's parsley-potatoes but since I'm not a posh kid, let's be honest, they're the most god-awful thing on earth. )

    Anyway, now I'm hungry and all I have for my night-shift is a Ham & Cheese sandwich that wasn't even made by my girlfriend. Thanks for that.
    Veal is preferred, especially for the hard to get it right here without driving three hours Weißwurst.

    Pork is just my favorite over beef lately. How could you even think Bavarian without Schweinshaxe.

    btw I also like my schnitzel very thin with lemon squeezed on it, for the side dish I like a salad or maybe some potato cakes. You can make a decent schnitzel out of a pork cutlet pounded thin with good bread crumbs. You hardly ever even see veal cutlet for sale around here.
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    Carnivore! I have a problem with my teeth (they dont meet in the middle) so I stay away from tougher meats, but pretty much daily I'll have chicken, beef, pork, or turkey.

    I have an annoying militant vegan friend on Facebook (who I still follow cause of her beautiful artwork) who attempts to shock people into becoming veggies by the usual slaughterhouse videos and weird screeds on how drinking milk is bad for you. I have no problem with people making their own choices- but too many vegetarians and vegans are all preachy about it and I don't appreciate that at all.

    I once had a German teacher who said going to Germany made her a vegetarian. Never did figure that one out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpearBrave View Post
    Pork is just my favorite over beef lately. How could you even think Bavarian without Schweinshaxe.



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    I do eat meat, however not every day, and I usually avoid the fatty type. I prefer lean meat like chicken/poultry, some game or fish. I also eat dairy, but also prefer the non or low fat type. The way I see it, meat is an essential source for protein, although some vegetables also contain that, however in lesser quantity.
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    I'm an omnivore, as is Gareth.

    We are very selective about our dietary habits.
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