|Veal?Page 1 of 2 (1, 2)|
|Well, she didn't answer my question so I will put it to the rest of you? Eat it or no? And if you have ever even tasted it?|
Steve, I was simply testing the waters. I have never met a woman in the last 20 years who will eat the stuff. Men seem to eat it. Women...?
Posted: 12/20/2005 5:51:41 AM
|Just wait, they'll tell us soon. Like I said I haven't known one yet, it's those big brown baby eyes. Don't you people watch South Park, lol?|
Posted: 12/20/2005 8:55:50 AM
|love veal when i eat it|
Posted: 12/20/2005 11:52:04 AM
|lil...see whee this is going now? I brought up baby cow and you guys brought up bambi, lmao.|
Posted: 12/20/2005 2:19:13 PM
|I am guessing you are confusing venison and veal. Veal has NEVER been described as gamey. And it's still not blown out of the water, this site isn't indicative of real life. I still think most women won't touch the stuff.|
Posted: 12/20/2005 2:35:56 PM
|Steve's posts barely hits' on it but the bambi post should have told you. Veal is babies! This is why my wife and everyone I know is shy of it, for moral reasons?|
Veal Gamey? No way.
Maybe just women I am attracted to are.
Posted: 12/22/2005 5:35:36 AM
|Hey this thread was started to get that Nappy chics response to this question and she won't answer, boo hoo.|
Posted: 5/30/2006 5:58:09 PM
|i, for one, appreciate veal.|
marsala, shnitzels with lemon wedges, paprikash, veal roast...
but i was raised to eat what was on my plate, not question it, now that i'm older and know how they are bred, i STILL love veal.
ALL animals bred for consumption are raised/spend their entire lives in dreadful conditions.
while i do feel best when i eat lighter, i'm not gonna go all vegetarian yet, big brown eyes or not. what mammal bred for food doesn't have eyes? while i know many people say they cannot/will not bring themselves to eat anything with a face, i'm not one of them. yet.