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Old 09-08-2003, 08:23 AM
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I read once it was made without killing the cattle driven by the
Scottish drovers while on their way to market, in somewhat the manner
of the Maasai.

Can any pudding fans confirm this one? Could join milk as a steady
harvest, and the Maasai option adds yet another color to the mix.

Brian Cady

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Old 09-08-2003, 11:32 PM
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Drovers used sometimes to eke out their very basic diet, by bleeding
the live cattle, mixing the blood with oatmeal and cooking it over a
fire (perhaps with a bit of onion).


And you wonder why some of us are vegan...???

(only being flippant) Graham ;-)


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Old 11-08-2003, 06:07 AM
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Drovers used sometimes to eke out their very basic diet, by bleeding
the live cattle, mixing the blood with oatmeal and cooking it over a
fire (perhaps with a bit of onion).


And you wonder why some of us are vegan...???


Have you ever wondered why vegans aren't mentioned in history? Is it
because they don't live long enough to make any, or because none of them
remember what happened before?

(only being flippant) Graham ;-)


(only asking) ;~}

Janet



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Janet Baraclough
 
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The message
from "Graham Burnett" contains these words:


Drovers used sometimes to eke out their very basic diet, by bleeding
the live cattle, mixing the blood with oatmeal and cooking it over a
fire (perhaps with a bit of onion).


And you wonder why some of us are vegan...???


Have you ever wondered why vegans aren't mentioned in history? Is it
because they don't live long enough to make any, or because none of them
remember what happened before?

(only being flippant) Graham ;-)


(only asking) ;~}

Janet





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The message
from "Graham Burnett" contains these words:


Drovers used sometimes to eke out their very basic diet, by bleeding
the live cattle, mixing the blood with oatmeal and cooking it over a
fire (perhaps with a bit of onion).


And you wonder why some of us are vegan...???


Have you ever wondered why vegans aren't mentioned in history? Is it
because they don't live long enough to make any, or because none of them
remember what happened before?

(only being flippant) Graham ;-)


(only asking) ;~}

Janet



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Janet Baraclough
 
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The message
from "Graham Burnett" contains these words:


Drovers used sometimes to eke out their very basic diet, by bleeding
the live cattle, mixing the blood with oatmeal and cooking it over a
fire (perhaps with a bit of onion).


And you wonder why some of us are vegan...???


Have you ever wondered why vegans aren't mentioned in history? Is it
because they don't live long enough to make any, or because none of them
remember what happened before?

(only being flippant) Graham ;-)


(only asking) ;~}

Janet



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Old 11-08-2003, 06:11 AM
Janet Baraclough
 
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from "Graham Burnett" contains these words:


Drovers used sometimes to eke out their very basic diet, by bleeding
the live cattle, mixing the blood with oatmeal and cooking it over a
fire (perhaps with a bit of onion).


And you wonder why some of us are vegan...???


Have you ever wondered why vegans aren't mentioned in history? Is it
because they don't live long enough to make any, or because none of them
remember what happened before?

(only being flippant) Graham ;-)


(only asking) ;~}

Janet





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