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Rabbit Liver?

#2
Where did you get rabbit liver?! I'm finding it hard enough to find rabbit these days....
 
#3
I can't see why it's not allowed - any liver is allowed, surely?

If not (and I know you should stick to the rules - which I do, generally) then I'd have it anyway (says she who claims the liver from the rabbit each time we have it).

*Off to defrost a rabbit for tomorrow's PP Thursday*
 

Lausanne

I can if I think I can.
#4
Where did you get rabbit liver?! I'm finding it hard enough to find rabbit these days....
In Switzerland at the mo, 250g for about 6 euro.

I can't see why it's not allowed - any liver is allowed, surely?

If not (and I know you should stick to the rules - which I do, generally) then I'd have it anyway (says she who claims the liver from the rabbit each time we have it).

*Off to defrost a rabbit for tomorrow's PP Thursday*
I know lamb's liver is not allowed but am I right in thinking that rabbit is considered a low fat meat? Bought it anyway and ate it anyway, absolutely delish with some mustard for PP choice.

Great source of iron but not so good re. cholesterol. No egg yolks for me for a couple of days! :) Xx
 

Maintainer

** Chief WITCH **
#5
Rabbit's easy to find over here, but I used to have a bunny as a pet so I still refuse to eat them! Rabbit as a meat, if you must (my poor Sandy...) is fine. Lamb's liver actually is fine too... just not lamb meat!
 
#7
One of my sisters is trained as a surgeon. I have to keep my rabbits away from her as a.) she tries to dissect them and b.) she is the worst anatomist in the world*, and regularly mis-identified the tasty bits and throws them away.

* Luckily she gave up surgery and became a shrink.
 

Maintainer

** Chief WITCH **
#8
(You don't eat wabbit do you atropos? I cross the road here rather than walk past a horse butcher too...)
 
#9
I could never eat rabbit, wouldn't DREAM of eating horse...but I'm disgracefully soft *can't go fishing because I can't kill anything* *spend the summer days saving the flies that inadvertently enter the house*
 
#10
Oh, you are gonna hate me.... I rather like horse (I've eaten it in Belgium).

If its any comfort to you my own wicked step mother refused to speak to me for a month after I admitted this.

and if any one really, really, really pushes me...


... I'll admit....


... I ....



.... once ate.....


....a piece of smoked whalemeat.
 
#11
Oh man Atropos! Eating horse to me would be like eating dog...or eating one of my friends! I couldn't handle it but I don't judge because after all I eat cow/chicken/turkey and I'm sure they all have personalities of some kind! :/
 
#12
I had horse once, but husband wouldn't eat it so never bought it again. I happily eat most other *awful* French things too.

Our kitten is a champion fly catcher (then she eats them). Another reason to be pleased we adopted her.:D
 
#13
I like rabbit, but not horse.

Had emu, crocodile, kangaroo and camel in one meal once, decided to get all the odd meats over in one go, was veggie at the time.
 
#14
I'm the sort of softee who will make a detour to avoid treading on an ant, taps all logs to make sure they are free of spiders and creepy crawlies before they go on the fire, and refuses to trap or poison the mice in my cottage. (It would be a losing battle and I have perfected the art of keeping mice and food separate instead.)


But I also accept any good food prepared offered to me - at least once.
 
#15
Oh I'm shocking, I cry at all of those 'sponsor an animal/ animal cruelty' ads, my dog is a rescue dog and they had to actually take me out of the dog pound because I would have taken them all home!!!! I'm the same as you though Atropos, I make sure nothing is living on my logs etc, I have a place for a beehive in the garden, bird houses, plants for butterflies.... All of this...AND YET...I LOVE MEAT!
 


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