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    Horse Meat.

    Does anyone eat horsemeat or has tried it?

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    Probably, ate something in a kebab in Poland that was sus, was called lamb, but very grainy lamb. Hahahahah
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maca49 View Post
    Probably, ate something in a kebab in Poland that was sus, was called lamb, but very grainy lamb. Hahahahah
    Mum ate some unknowingly in France. Just curious about it...

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    Yep, it's very good!


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    I agree it's good , better than I thought it taste . the cut was a big steak quite big grain but very tender
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    Quote Originally Posted by Munsey View Post
    I agree it's good , better than I thought it taste . the cut was a big steak quite big grain but very tender
    I agree, wouldn't hesitate to eat it again.
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    I got picture from the live one to the dinner plate Neighbours have a big station and kill one horse every two weeks to feed the dogs and sometimes i GOT HUNGRY
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    Had it aa a cold cut in Canada. Local Italians call it mortitella or something similar. Was quite good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    I got picture from the live one to the dinner plate Neighbours have a big station and kill one horse every two weeks to feed the dogs and sometimes i GOT HUNGRY
    Jesus. That's gotta be a lot of dogs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maca49 View Post
    Probably, ate something in a kebab in Poland that was sus, was called lamb, but very grainy lamb. Hahahahah
    The little " special" hot sauce she put in the last mouthful had my ring winking for 24 hours!
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    I know a bloke that had hunting dogs , his brother trained horses , the owners of a horse he was training arrived At the farm/ lodge to find my friend chopping there dead horse into dog size pieces with a huge big knife , in the driveway paddock . Suffice to say they where not impressed . Horse had died during the night of natural causes .
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    Had any tinned corned beef likely and ever wondered what it really is?

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    Yeah ive eaten it, pretty good really and similar texture to Sambar, just another four legged animal that lives on grass.
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    We eat it fairly often, young horse is very tender and tasty. Fed it to many unsuspecting dinner guests they have all gone back for seconds and most still haven't a clue what the steak or roast
    was. It does oxidize quite quick and turns brownish on the outside.
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    Lived on it for about 6 months, feed the family, was the cheapest and leanest meat around. Tastes ok, still get it occasionally, makes great salami's.

 

 

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