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Old 03-18-2013, 03:28 AM   #129781
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Good to hear!!! Haha! That's awesome!
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Same for me. Lol when I ate meat a few years ago I would always cut llike 1 inch off the sides of my steak in fear of getting fat. Sooo gross. With years I have became less and less of a meat person. And started doing research on industrial meat companies and just did not agree with the way things were done/animals were treated and what they do just in order to beef them up fast to make money. So decided I did not wanna eat it anymore. It's just personal decisions.... It's easy for me, I'm happy with it has also encouraged me to eat cleaner and better and I've been healthier since.
Interesting... Interesting... I did kind of the same thing as you, but after a vegan guy I knew told me to look all that stuff up - but I couldn't NOT eat meat. I mean, I can easily not eat it when it isn't around, but it's hard for me to resist a good burger or something like that. The delicious smell gets me. Haha!

I'm glad you've been feeling healthier since and have been making heality eating decision though! Just make sure you're getting all the nutrients you need!!

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True! That'd be important to know! Could make a difference on how big of a family it could feed.

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Old 03-18-2013, 03:30 AM   #129783
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I eat steak for breakfast lunch and dinner! And i eat a salad before i eat the steak
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It's has the same amount of protein as two pork chops
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The guy killed the dude over a light for a cig
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Good to hear!!! Haha! That's awesome!
Do you have a new lady friend?

Interesting... Interesting... I did kind of the same thing as you, but after a vegan guy I knew told me to look all that stuff up - but I couldn't NOT eat meat. I mean, I can easily not eat it when it isn't around, but it's hard for me to resist a good burger or something like that. The delicious smell gets me. Haha!

I'm glad you've been feeling healthier since and have been making heality eating decision though! Just make sure you're getting all the nutrients you need!!

No good! B@stards!!! How could they do that to you?!

Me too! Do you watch It's Always Sunny In Philly? It reminds me of when Charlie and Dee were eating Franks gourmet meats and then one day he caught them and they were like: "This is the best thing I've ever tasted" and then told them it was human meat.

True! That'd be important to know! Could make a difference on how big of a family it could feed.
You gotta watch it shaine dude is out there
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Old 03-18-2013, 03:34 AM   #129786
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I eat steak for breakfast lunch and dinner! And i eat a salad before i eat the steak
At least you eat salad. Lol my best friend practically just eats meat.. Does not like veggies at all... Like none and the only fruit she eats is an apple lol. She would always microwave a steak at school for lunch. Lol. We are like 2 different people but best friends kinda funny
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I won't die . I also don't plan on becoming a body builder and would be pretty happy to become pretty skinny lol
Don't get me wrong, I'm not knocking your way of life. It's your life to do as you with. You can live a healthy life as a vegetarian. There just a lot of negative sides to it. Same thing with meat. But the human body adapted to being an omnivore. Cooked meat is very good for the brain. It greatly increases certain areas so that we can have language, mathematics , science, reason and basic comprehension.
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Good to hear!!! Haha! That's awesome!
Do you have a new lady friend?

Interesting... Interesting... I did kind of the same thing as you, but after a vegan guy I knew told me to look all that stuff up - but I couldn't NOT eat meat. I mean, I can easily not eat it when it isn't around, but it's hard for me to resist a good burger or something like that. The delicious smell gets me. Haha!

I'm glad you've been feeling healthier since and have been making heality eating decision though! Just make sure you're getting all the nutrients you need!!

No good! B@stards!!! How could they do that to you?!

Me too! Do you watch It's Always Sunny In Philly? It reminds me of when Charlie and Dee were eating Franks gourmet meats and then one day he caught them and they were like: "This is the best thing I've ever tasted" and then told them it was human meat.

True! That'd be important to know! Could make a difference on how big of a family it could feed.
Yes sir. Actually we met a long time ago, we just never synced up until recently and almost didn't
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I'm not worried about the nutrition but I eat both. What I enjoy is the nice mooeyness of a rare steak well seasoned, or deer, elk.. <sigh> PETA, people eat tasty animals.
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Again I am not vegetarian... I eat free range grass fed beef and other wild meats. I do not eat industry meat.. Yes I can go weeks/months sometimes without meat but I watch what I eat very closely. I mean some people decide to go vegetarian and then live of carbs ..ohh I'm a vegetarian but eat 1 loaf of bread a day. Lol not good. I get my needed nutrients
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I'm not worried about the nutrition but I eat both. What I enjoy is the nice mooeyness of a rare steak well seasoned, or deer, elk.. <sigh> PETA, people eat tasty animals.
Caribou is the best. Soo mild tasting and sooo lean.
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Again I am not vegetarian... I eat free range grass fed beef and other wild meats. I do not eat industry meat.. Yes I can go weeks/months sometimes without meat but I watch what I eat very closely. I mean some people decide to go vegetarian and then live of carbs ..ohh I'm a vegetarian but eat 1 loaf of bread a day. Lol not good. I get my needed nutrients
Didn't catch the meat part. Sorry. I understand being picky about meat. Ours comes from my parents ranch.
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Didn't catch the meat part. Sorry. I understand being picky about meat. Ours comes from my parents ranch.
I eat it when it's available. So when my brothers and dad kill something lol. Unfortunately I do not own a ranch so meat is rare in my diet.
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I eat it when it's available. So when my brothers and dad kill something lol. Unfortunately I do not own a ranch so meat is rare in my diet.
A lot of beef and quail! I love quail!!! And DEER!
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Didn't catch the meat part. Sorry. I understand being picky about meat. Ours comes from my parents ranch.
Also buying free range / grass fed beef or free run chickens is sooo expensive. Small chicken at the grocery store is like 10$ .. Small free run raised chicken is 18$ you can pretty much double the price haha
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Again I am not vegetarian... I eat free range grass fed beef and other wild meats. I do not eat industry meat.. Yes I can go weeks/months sometimes without meat but I watch what I eat very closely. I mean some people decide to go vegetarian and then live of carbs ..ohh I'm a vegetarian but eat 1 loaf of bread a day. Lol not good. I get my needed nutrients
You do know of course that everything really except for turkeys and chickens are free range? Maybe 5% of cattle are kept in pens all year. The rest get moved from winter to summer grazing. Most cattle in Texas for example is free range, Utah also. We know... Go hit one with your car on a highway and wait till they bill you for it.

Chickens and Turkeys can't be free range, not in mass population that we need...WHY? Cause you can't herd the damn things. Yippee Ki Yay never worked on a chicken. And you sure as hell can't lasso one. Easier to shoot the little clucker and eat it on the spot.

Free range my ass....

I likes muh wimmens free range. Ain't no civilized gettin em liquored up in a bar, its best they had a good life out roaming a mall where I can rope em in and toss em in my pickup while on my way to Cabela's for powerbait.
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Hold up! So that guy got out of prison?!

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Yes sir. Actually we met a long time ago, we just never synced up until recently and almost didn't
Nice! Well, it's good you guys did then! Are things working out pretty well?

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Also buying free range / grass fed beef or free run chickens is sooo expensive. Small chicken at the grocery store is like 10$ .. Small free run raised chicken is 18$ you can pretty much double the price haha
Start quail hunting. Cheaper, tastes way better and you can do so much with it. I like mine stuffed with cheese, jalapeño and deer backstrap.
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Hold up! So that guy got out of prison?!

Nice! Well, it's good you guys did then! Are things working out pretty well?

Verrrrrrrrrrrry!
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You do know of course that everything really except for turkeys and chickens are free range? Maybe 5% of cattle are kept in pens all year. The rest get moved from winter to summer grazing. Most cattle in Texas for example is free range, Utah also. We know... Go hit one with your car on a highway and wait till they bill you for it.

Chickens and Turkeys can't be free range, not in mass population that we need...WHY? Cause you can't herd the damn things. Yippee Ki Yay never worked on a chicken. And you sure as hell can't lasso one. Easier to shoot the little clucker and eat it on the spot.

Free range my ass....

I likes muh wimmens free range. Ain't no civilized gettin em liquored up in a bar, its best they had a good life out roaming a mall where I can rope em in and toss em in my pickup while on my way to Cabela's for powerbait.
Things might be different in Canada...

And to your last paragraph!!!
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EVEN BETTER!
That makes me happy to hear that, man!
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Star quail hunting. Cheaper, tastes way better and you can do so much with it. I like mine stuffed with cheese, jalapeño and deer blackstrap.
Drove past a pheasant 4 days ago and damn near ran off the road. Didn't know they had those here in UT. Almost made me cry I didn't have my shotgun or air rifle.
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You do know of course that everything really except for turkeys and chickens are free range? Maybe 5% of cattle are kept in pens all year. The rest get moved from winter to summer grazing. Most cattle in Texas for example is free range, Utah also. We know... Go hit one with your car on a highway and wait till they bill you for it.

Chickens and Turkeys can't be free range, not in mass population that we need...WHY? Cause you can't herd the damn things. Yippee Ki Yay never worked on a chicken. And you sure as hell can't lasso one. Easier to shoot the little clucker and eat it on the spot.

Free range my ass....

I likes muh wimmens free range. Ain't no civilized gettin em liquored up in a bar, its best they had a good life out roaming a mall where I can rope em in and toss em in my pickup while on my way to Cabela's for powerbait.
Yes, most cattles are raised on farms more free range they beef them up as much as they can the natural way then auction them to industries they buy them inject them with hormones and stuff to get them bigger.. Anywas... I'm happy with my decisions... I live my life, you live yours and that is that.
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Start quail hunting. Cheaper, tastes way better and you can do so much with it. I like mine stuffed with cheese, jalapeño and deer backstrap.
We love partridge I now live in the prairies hunting isn't as easy as in my hometown in Ontario.
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I don't think I ever really have either... Other than Deer Jerkey, if that counts.
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EVEN BETTER!
That makes me happy to hear that, man!
Yep. Got tired of promises and phones never raining or being answered. Was asked to wait but I can wait no matter how much Che's worth it if I can't talk to her.... So it was time to move one. Ran in to this only friend by accident. Couldn't be happier.
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Drove past a pheasant 4 days ago and damn near ran off the road. Didn't know they had those here in UT. Almost made me cry I didn't have my shotgun or air rifle.
Pheasant is good. I prefer quail my self vs any other bird, but pheasant is very good.
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I don't think I ever really have either... Other than Deer Jerkey, if that counts.
Doesn't count. That's farmed deer.

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