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Thread: Dog curry? Is Fido now on British menus?

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    Default Dog curry? Is Fido now on British menus?

    It might seem like a lot longer but it is only a couple of months since the FSAI released details of their investigation into dodgy meat products. I was going to say that they opened a right can of worms but at the rate things are developing, that might be uncomfortably close to the truth!

    Of course, it's long gone worldwide now. Investigations are continuing apace in the UK with lamb curry being the latest product to come under scrutiny. In some cases, they have no idea what meat it is. It's not lamb, pork, beef, chicken or goat. The article below contains some grisly stories. Don't read it if you like your meaty take aways and you're living in the UK.

    Has DOG meat been found in our food? New takeaway horror after experts discover 'mystery meat' in a lamb curry | Mail Online

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    As long as its not human meat, it's not utterly disgusting.

    Could be worse, it could have been chicken.
    Gross.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slippy wicket View Post
    As long as its not human meat, it's not utterly disgusting.

    Could be worse, it could have been chicken.
    Gross.
    That brought back the memory of the movie "Soylent Green".
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    Quote Originally Posted by slippy wicket View Post
    As long as its not human meat, it's not utterly disgusting.

    Could be worse, it could have been chicken.
    Gross.
    Anyone for some of our marine feathered friends? I recall a story of a Chinese takeaway in a provincial Irish town that was serving sweet and sour seagull.

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    Could be very popular with Korean customers.

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    I ate dog out in Asia.

    It aint fine dining, edible kinda like goat but even tougher.

    Twould be more like the roughest mutton than lamb though

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    The microchips are hard on the teeth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slippy wicket View Post
    As long as its not human meat, it's not utterly disgusting.

    Could be worse, it could have been chicken.
    Gross.
    Only a matter of time....only a matter of time! Is the FSA even testing for dog DNA?

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    Kangaroo anyone?
    Probably the tastiest meat I've eaten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duthealla View Post
    I ate dog out in Asia.

    It aint fine dining, edible kinda like goat but even tougher.

    Twould be more like the roughest mutton than lamb though
    I've eaten Chevron frequently (Goat meat) the finest meat I have ever eaten....way better than dog meat which is not that great at all tbh....

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