tifosi77 wrote:redwill wrote:It's pretty stupid to refuse to eat nutritious meat, isn't it?
You're presuming it's nutritious.... there's actually a fairly high risk of vitamin poisoning from dog meat, and there have been cases (admittedly rare) where rabies has been transmitted via cooked dog meat. So it isn't really a 1:1 proxy like you assert.
Wikipedia wrote:In addition to the potentially fatal dangers of vitamin poisoning from consuming dog meat, such as under the circumstances suffered by Xavier Mertz of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition after consuming the overly rich in Vitamin A liver of his sled dogs, the transmission of rabies to humans from dog meat consumption have been reported in two cases in China, one in Vietnam, and two deaths reported in the Philippines.
Spangler wrote:You say "contaminated" like horse meat is automatically poisonous or something. Meat contamination could easily happen with a pig as it would a horse. That fact that it's a horse should be irrelevant.
redwill wrote:It's not too unlike rabbit starvation, right?
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