Jan 12, 2010
Hey Brian, I must admit that I would never have known what a CSA was were it not for Jack Spirko\'s podcast. They sound an absolutely great idea for those that don\'t have the space to start their own garden.
I loves me bacon too, and ham, but I\'m with you on the Pork. Seems to me Pork is something you do, not something you eat.
I love my burgers too, but I don\'t go along with the common Aussie trick of adding a slice of beetroot.
Here\'s a funny one though, just before Australia Day, Jan 26, the local shops start selling hamburger patties in the shape of Australia. I cooked a couple last weekend. Mmmmmmmmm Aussie burgers.
I quite fancy a \'roo burgerabout now.
I could never go vegie, I need meat in my diet, just as I need vegies, and I probably should eat more fruit. I actually do physical work, lifting etc. and I\'m on my feet all day, I walk between 6 and 9 miles in an average day, then I walk the dog at least a mile after I get home. I think any food is good for you, in moderation. That\'s the key.
Goddam vegematarian. To be fair I was a tree-hugging piscetarian for about 10 years. As the name suggests i kept on eating fish, and to that I also kept eating cheese (not for the dairy thing but for the rennet used in manufacture). I loved cheese too much. It was pretty easy and I didn\'t miss a lot of food.
Pleased to say I\'ll have pretty much anything now. Loving bacon and gammon but not a huge fan of anything else pork. Lamb doesn\'t always agree with me. I can always find room for a Lincolnshire sausage or three!
Remember, chickens are vegetables too.
Re: eating out. I never hit burgers so I\'ve been spared the ammonia in the ground beef. Haven\'t had a \"chain\" burger for probably over twenty years.
Big fat juicy Afrikaaner-style burgers though...
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