What's for dinner?

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Same, in all shapes and forms

lol, i said something about pig-biting hungry, y'all are taking that to a whole 'nother level here... one i'm quite sure i would not visit myself but i'd watch just to see if you could actually do it. pig nuts? pig weenie? pig tail? pig hair? pig's feet? (i've been as close to those as smoked ham hocks and that's as far as i'll go down that, erm, leg of the journey...) pig's ears i've seen, but not sampled. head cheese, ok, i did ok with that, just don't need to make it myself for sure...
 

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I don't like and therefore don't eat pork, To all those who do enjoy it, what does it taste like to you? Why do you like it? Is it a texture thing?

i only like it in very specific ways and most of those have nothing to do with the specific meat it is more to do with the spices and other ingredients which make it work.

i've been a vegetarian (not strict but enough that it really was noticeable to me whenever i was around any kind of meat afterwards) in the past and probably will be in the future but i doubt it would ever be super strict.
 

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i've been a vegetarian (not strict but enough that it really was noticeable to me whenever i was around any kind of meat afterwards)
Same here. I really just needed to compile a list of meats I really didn’t like and continued to feel pressured to eat, and eliminate them. I realized I really don’t like pork (of any kind), most steak, chicken with the bones still in it, and lots of kinds of fish. Probably more too I just can’t remember. I really enjoy lamb though.
 
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