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Food you love but can't eat?

Prin
February 16th, 2006, 08:15 PM
I'm not talking about diets and stuff like that. I'm talking about things you really cannot eat, but you love.

Like I LOVE Tzatziki (sp?), but geez the garlic hurts my body. Literally. HUUURRRTS.:o

And I LOVED oatmeal, granola bars, Oat Bran cereal... But now I have an intolerance to oats...:sick: Merr. Try to eat healthy snacks with no oats in them.:confused: :rolleyes:

Anybody have anything that you crave but that your body can't handle?

jesse's mommy
February 16th, 2006, 08:18 PM
Hot wings! I love them smothered in blue cheese, but can't eat them because they give me severe heartburn! My early 20s I could eat them for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but it seems that once I turned 30, it all went downhill from there! I can't even eat one of them!

raingirl
February 16th, 2006, 08:19 PM
Beer..

as strange as it sounds, I love the yeasty flavour of a good beer. But I have irritable bowl syndrome, and now it just gives me stomach rot.

papillonmama
February 16th, 2006, 08:51 PM
Cinnamon, anything with cinnamon in it gives me a really bad stomach ache. I miss cinnamon though.
Spicy food hurts me too, I looove jerk chicken, but can't eat it because it really hurts. When I was a kid they said it was an ulcer, I haven't had it tested again since becooming an adult, so I feel sceptical, but maybe that's just my nature
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SunGurl372
February 16th, 2006, 08:52 PM
Mine is more of a REALLY should not eat...but still do! Garlic has a really really bad aftermath for me...but I'm a total junkie. I love to cook, and one of my unspoken rules is doubling or tripling what the recipe calls for. Of course, I pay for this later...but OMG....SOOOO GOOOD!!!!

mummummum
February 16th, 2006, 09:04 PM
I'm a spice junkie who can't eat spicey food. I'm a caffeine-addict who can't drink coffee. I'm a confirmed wino who can't have booze and a pasta-freak who can't have tomatoes. :sad: :sad: :sad: :sad:

But...I can have all the icecream I want !!!!:crazy:

Prin
February 16th, 2006, 09:07 PM
Good to look on the bright side. :)

I can't eat spicy food, but that's more of a wuss thing.:o

I don't get it- I garlic up everything with no consequences, but a little tzatziki and I'm in a ball on the floor. It's so yummy though. mmmm.... *drools* No.. Be reasonable. It's 10PM. Breathe... :eek:

SunGurl372
February 16th, 2006, 09:10 PM
I don't get it- I garlic up everything with no consequences, but a little tzatziki and I'm in a ball on the floor.

HA! Does this sound familiar??? Like why do our pets have allergies to things in certain combinations??? :evil:

We are still just a bunch of animals..albeit with much more discriminating tastes!

Prin
February 16th, 2006, 09:12 PM
Hmm.. Yogurt, cuke, garlic- what a yummy combo though. Seriously. YUMMY.:mad:


:D

SunGurl372
February 16th, 2006, 09:20 PM
It's not the garlic, or if so, it could be the combination of the garlic and cucumber. Cucumber is deadly. Too much liquid...I love it, but pay for eating it too. LOTS of gas.

So, let's think about this...combine cucumber (the fuel) with garlic (the ignition) and you might just ignite your entire intestinal tract!

And who knows what adding an active culture will do to that time bomb (except maybe for Prin!).

technodoll
February 16th, 2006, 09:21 PM
sigh... tree nuts! allergies developed some 14 years ago.... i crave chocolate-covered almonds, pecan pie, hazelnut chocolate, cracking walnuts in the shell... :sad: strangely i'm not allergic to peanuts or cashews or pistachios, apparently they're from a different "family".

also roasted garlic: LOVE it but instant cramps after eating! but any other form of garlic is fine :confused:

so, that was my rant! LOL

raingirl
February 16th, 2006, 09:22 PM
Pappilonmama,

if you can't eat cinnamon, then that could be why jerk chicken doesn't agree with you...it has cinnamon in it!

mummummum
February 16th, 2006, 09:32 PM
It's not the garlic, or if so, it could be the combination of the garlic and cucumber. Cucumber is deadly. Too much liquid...I love it, but pay for eating it too. LOTS of gas.

So, let's think about this...combine cucumber (the fuel) with garlic (the ignition) and you might just ignite your entire intestinal tract!

And who knows what adding an active culture will do to that time bomb (except maybe for Prin!).

You'll ummm...give us up here in Canada lots of warning before you test your theory right? Cuz I wouldn't mind visiting the Keys one more time before it gets blown to smithereeeeeeennns...:eek:

Prin
February 16th, 2006, 09:33 PM
It's not the garlic, or if so, it could be the combination of the garlic and cucumber. Cucumber is deadly. Too much liquid...I love it, but pay for eating it too. LOTS of gas.

So, let's think about this...combine cucumber (the fuel) with garlic (the ignition) and you might just ignite your entire intestinal tract!

And who knows what adding an active culture will do to that time bomb (except maybe for Prin!).
Well, when you put it that way... I try my best to keep biology out of my food (unless I'm dealing with raw meat..) But ya, that could be a party for gases and fermentation.:eek:

Technodoll, sometimes I wish I could replace one of you allergy people for a bit... Hazelnuts, I'd miss, but the rest, I don't eat. I eat peanut butter when there isn't anything left in the world to eat... That's about it.

Ciminiminon in chicken? Ew...

SunGurl372
February 16th, 2006, 09:39 PM
You'll ummm...give us up here in Canada lots of warning before you test your theory right? Cuz I wouldn't mind visiting the Keys one more time before it gets blown to smithereeeeeeennns...:eek:

ROFLMAO!!!!

Don't worry about it! My folks' house has withstood the results of this test many a'time. You just need to be careful about when you open an outside door to be sure the pressurization is okay!!!

Prin
February 16th, 2006, 09:40 PM
I've got my chute on... Who's opening the door?

SunGurl372
February 16th, 2006, 09:42 PM
I'll pop the hatch...you just better hold on!!!!

mummummum
February 16th, 2006, 09:43 PM
Okayyyyyy but given world events such as they are, I think y'all better let that President of yours know. Give him a dingle on The Red Phone..."This is only a TEST. We repeat..."

SunGurl372
February 16th, 2006, 09:45 PM
Great Gooley Moogely!!! Warn him??? He might want to join in!

mummummum
February 16th, 2006, 09:53 PM
Great Gooley Moogely!!! Warn him??? He might want to join in!

Hmmmm...if we got Prime Minister Harper in on this ....it could be a solution to the out-of-control gas prices... BY DAWG ! We may be onto something here !!!?!???! :ca: :usa: :grouphug:

SunGurl372
February 16th, 2006, 10:13 PM
You figure out the way to bottle garlic by-product and fuel vehicles with it ... and I promise you, we'll be rich. Emeril is worth a few billion alone!!!!

Prin
February 16th, 2006, 10:14 PM
I leave for a couple of minutes to feed some hungry puppies and I come back to this?! :D

I say we leave the politicians out of it. No good can come of politicians and explosions.

mummummum
February 16th, 2006, 10:26 PM
I say we leave the politicians out of it. No good can come of politicians and explosions.

(nashing of teeth, pulling of hair, biting insides of cheecks...okay then Prin. Back to food.

Slimey, grey button mushrooms. I can have 'em. I just hate 'em.

:evil: Can we give those to certain politicians....?:evil:

joeysmama
February 16th, 2006, 10:28 PM
There are some foods that I choose not to eat, (for health and/or waist-line issues) but unfortunately I'm a "garbage-gut". There are very few foods I don't like and I can't think of any I can't tolerate. I don't love really hot (meaning spicy hot like tabasco) foods but if I ate them my body wouldn't file a complaint or anything.

There are some foods, when I eliminate them, it makes my body happy. Clearer skin, weight loss, circles under my eyes go away--that sort of thing.

What's Tzatziki? Is it Greek? I love Greek food. Duh !! I love ALL food.

Prin do you know how unusual it is to have an intolerance to oats? I know of people who eat oat cereal and buy oat milk because they can't tolerate dairy, or soy, or almond or wheat. But they can tolerate oats. And you're right--it's in all kinds of health products.

My mother is allergic to all nuts EXCEPT peanuts which are a common allergen. Wierd huh? I know they aren't technically a nut but still....

Alright---I'm going to subscribe to a Canadian paper I think. I don't know what's going on when you talk about government and such. But near as I can figure there is talk of our president and yours and maybe some diplomatic wind breaking???

Prin
February 16th, 2006, 10:28 PM
LOL Why would we want either Bush or Harper at our "dinner" party?:D

Funny how so far, nobody has said chocolate... Even though it causes migraines...:D

SunGurl372
February 16th, 2006, 10:37 PM
Alright---I'm going to subscribe to a Canadian paper I think. I don't know what's going on when you talk about government and such. But near as I can figure there is talk of our president and yours and maybe some diplomatic wind breaking???

I LOVE IT! How better to describe current events than by calling it Diplomatic Wind Breaking??? SOOOO PERFECT!

Prin
February 16th, 2006, 11:46 PM
What's Tzatziki? Is it Greek? I love Greek food. Duh !! I love ALL food.

Prin do you know how unusual it is to have an intolerance to oats? I know of people who eat oat cereal and buy oat milk because they can't tolerate dairy, or soy, or almond or wheat. But they can tolerate oats. And you're right--it's in all kinds of health products.

Tzatziki is yogurt+garlic+cucumber. It's really tasty. It's like sour cream but tweaked to perfection.:) Yeah, it's greek.

As for my oats, I'm the opposite of you. I can barely eat anything. I have an intolerance to a flour additive too, so I can't eat whole wheat breads, multigrain breads, muffins, store pastries or cakes, some white breads... Basically, I can eat bagels (real ones), italian white bread, and that's about it for breads. It's like the opposite of a gluten intolerance. The more crappy and un-nutritious the bread, the more likely I can eat it.

I used to eat oatmeal every morning and sometimes for a snack. I loved it. And then almost overnight, I couldn't digest it anymore. And then the flour came next. I started to worry that the foods I was limited to would start to be rejected by my body one by one. But milk and chocolate never gave me any problems, and I've consumed more of each than anybody I know...:D

I asked my Dr for a test to see exactly what it is that I'm intolerant to so that maybe I could start being more adventurous with floury/oaty things in public... But he said I pretty well have it all figured out anyway, so there's no point in going to torture myself...:D

No cakes at family/friends' parties unless they're either homemade (with bleached white flour) or betty crocker (not french vanilla though...:eek: ). No breads in public, unless I plan on being home within 20-30 minutes...

And that's just one 'quirk'. Don't get me started on the particulars of meat-- like anything with hamburger has to be extra lean, with the fat removed... No cheap hot dogs. Sausages fit in the flour category. Chicken can't be breaded... (All those can cause me serious suffering)

And fruits?!?! :eek:

It's hard to feed me.:o Imagine my dad- he has to feed me, my brother the vegan and himself, the Atkins man... My other brother eats everything, even if he's allergic to some of it.

Complicated!

SunGurl372
February 17th, 2006, 12:16 AM
Actually, after all of that, I'm even more confident in my choice of what I feed Harley. I mean, if you have to spend that much time thinking about what you can or cannot eat, I have to be impressed that you have chosen to spend an equal amount of time on your furbabies!

Prin
February 17th, 2006, 12:17 AM
LOL I bet I spend more time on my doggies still than I do on me. I'm still trying to figure them out.:o

papillonmama
February 17th, 2006, 08:06 AM
Pappilonmama,

if you can't eat cinnamon, then that could be why jerk chicken doesn't agree with you...it has cinnamon in it!

Mmmm, no wonder I love it so much. That's just one thing I miss, nutmeg kills my tummy too, so the combo must be just tooooo much.

There are other things I shouldn't eat, but still sometimes do. Greasy food, doesn't sit well with me, and I never eat burgers and fries out if I'm not close to home. Pork, pork and I don't get along well, which is okay, it's way too greasy for me and I've never really enjoyed eating it anyway. Grease intolerance is due to my gallbladder being removed. That wasn't a fun.

Some cheeses, cheap cheese gives me migraines.
MSG and other preservatives, things like meat slices (no sub sandwhichs, I like them vegetarian anyway), give me wicked migraines, only really great chocolate gives me migraines, and even then it's usually because I ate something else.

jawert1
February 17th, 2006, 08:39 AM
Anything with wheat in it, which I just found out last year. I'm on a fairly forced version of high protein diet though I have to say rice pasta has grown on me

Skryker
February 17th, 2006, 11:06 AM
Melons-I love 'em but am deathly allergic. A cantaloupe Jelly Belly jellybean caused close to anaphalactic shock once.

And I can only have peanut butter in the mornings. After that, it causes wicked heartburn. My husband has the same reaction. Guess we're not kids anymore, when we both lived on the stuff!

Prin
February 17th, 2006, 11:15 AM
Wow, who would have thought JellyBellies have real fruit in there!?:eek:

SarahLynn123
February 17th, 2006, 11:26 AM
For me its latte's or any coffee or coffee similar drinks. I feel a bit fluish after I drink them but that doesn't stop me! How can anyone study without a healthy dose of caffeine????

jessi76
February 17th, 2006, 11:47 AM
ice cream and I are not friends, yet I try to rekindle that relationship weekly....

basically anything made with or involving milk or cream = bad things for me. yet, I absolutely refuse to give up cream in my coffee or ice cream.

Rick C
February 17th, 2006, 12:46 PM
Corn Flakes, Shreddies, Cap'n Crunch, Alphabets . . . . . I'm lactose intolerant so I pretty much have to stay away from breakfast cereals most of the time, although I occasionally indulge.

When I was a youngster, I'd just gobble stuff like that down all day, every day. Something changed with age though.

Rick C
www.goldentales.ca

joeysmama
February 17th, 2006, 03:49 PM
Something changed with age though.


That's true. My friends mother says that "Getting older isn't for sissies."

For those of you with intolerances I know a guy in Massachusetts who has a company that makes desserts and mixes for people with allergies and sensitivites. www.goodbaker.com I think that's his website but I'm not certain. I'll check it out. I've never bought anything from him so I'm not endorsing anything or promoting anything. (If I am, someone with powers please delete this--it's not my intention. I just thought someone might be interested) I have tried a few of his recipes and cooking tips and they were good. He knows his stuff.

I'm finding that as I get older it takes fewer and fewer calories to make me doughy. When I was young just ctutting out desserts for a week could make me slim. Now I actually have to move my lazy tush!:mad:

CyberKitten
February 17th, 2006, 04:11 PM
Fortunately, most of the stuff I have any kind if allergies to make me so ill that I can't stand to be around them, tea for example (can't even stand the smell tho green tea seems OK to smell). I like a hamburger now and then but beef does not agree with me and I am paranoid about CJD anyway (with good reason), I have had an ulcer so while I should stay away from certain food that are known to cause them - tho the maj of ulcers are caused by H. pylori (except of course mine, lol) - I do love coca cola and drink it for pleasure but sparinly and then drink extra milk. I also love coffee and have to be cautious with that as well. I almost never drink it exceot for a latte at Starbucks or a capp - extra milk at Tim's. And I even have an Expresso/cap machine and everything, sighhhhhhhh! Fortunately for me, I really do like to drink milk and love those new types on the market that come in banana and strawberry. In NS, you can buy banana and strawverry milk by the litre now - sooo good!! (I swear I could do ads for that dairy, lol)

I also cannot seem to digest cucumber even tho I grow them in my garden to make pickles - hence, my staff and friends get lots of pickles and cukes, lol And I sooo love pickles, sigh!

Skryker
February 17th, 2006, 07:18 PM
Wow, who would have thought JellyBellies have real fruit in there!?:eek:


You can't imagine how shocked I was! I thought I was picking out the melon ones and eating the tangerine and mandarin ones. A cantaloupe snuck in on me, and I knew it right away. I've since checked their website, and they use real fruit in all their fruit flavours-who would've guessed?

Prin
February 17th, 2006, 07:35 PM
LOL Don't let any kids read this...:D

I'm a moron.. Today, out of puppy separation anxiety, I ate soooo much tzatziki... I'm in trouble!:D Luckily I don't plan on sleeping anyway.;)

joeysmama
February 17th, 2006, 08:31 PM
OH I know what this is now !!! My sister in law--whose husband is Greek-- made this for us once and I couldn't get enough.

Oh my gosh yes ! I would eat that even if it didn't agree with me. I loved it !! I kept thinking that the cucumbers and yogurt sounded familiar and then I remembered that day on Veronica's patio--stuffing myself with that and naan bread.

My husband isn't overly thrilled with his sister right now but I think I have to call her and get the recipe--unless anyone here has it and wants to share ???? In the interest of family harmony?

Prin
February 17th, 2006, 08:33 PM
I just buy it.:D The ingredients of mine are yogurt, cuke, veggie oil, vinegar, garlic, and salt, in that order...

joeysmama
February 17th, 2006, 08:38 PM
Wow, that was fast !! :)

Okay--I'm going to give it a try and see how it comes out. My cousin is coming over with her family on Monday so I'll test it out on them. Thanks !!!

(But if I can find a place that sells it in the meantime I'm definitely going to buy it !)

Prin
February 17th, 2006, 08:42 PM
I don't know the proportions though...

Oh, and if you buy it, try to get one with a greek brand name and natural ingredients. Some are so fake and loaded with artificial flavors and things that tzatziki just doesn't need.;)

Skryker
February 17th, 2006, 08:51 PM
joeysmama-I have a couple of recipes for tzatziki, just not in front of me. There's a trick to it. The first time I made it, it was runny and yucky.

You have to drain the yogurt and the cucumbers or else you get too much liquid in it. It takes a little time, but the results are so worth it.

Should I post the recipe here, or PM it to you?

Oops! I have to go out for a little while. I'll check back later.

Prin
February 17th, 2006, 08:59 PM
Post it here! (please :o) It'll probably save me money in the long run...:D oo or in the recipe forum... I think Tzatziki needs its own thread...

Skryker
February 18th, 2006, 03:05 PM
:) Sorry it took so long to get back. I'll post in the recipe forum. One Tzatziki recipe coming up!

glasslass
February 18th, 2006, 03:48 PM
I so love a glass of good wine. Nothing better than a meal of homemade soup, good bread, and a glass of wine. But, I pay for the wine with stuffed-up sinuses and a headache the next 2 days. Yeah right! A sinus headache! Not a hangover! So many times I've gone to a party and indulged and then I'll think, OMG what have I done! But, sometimes I get away without the effects. I haven't figured out what makes the difference. No, not the quantity! One or two glasses with food shouldn't a hangover make!

Frenchy
February 18th, 2006, 04:11 PM
easy tzatziki recipe ; sour cream,cucumber and lotssss of garlic.YUM.I like it too with yogourt but I like the fatening one with sour cream,and not the light one!

poodletalk
February 19th, 2006, 07:31 AM
Peanuts....allergic to them, I miss peanut butter cups, they were my favorite chocolate bar up to five years ago:(

Red wine, when I drink it, I get so hot I feel like I'm on fire.:evil: I can only drink it if I mix it with something. I love sangria :D

Seafood,:sad: I can eat shrimps, fish but if I eat clams, muscles anything else I get voilently sick tingling sensation in my throat. I stopped eating it, and now waiting to go see an allergist :(

joeysmama
February 19th, 2006, 07:52 AM
If you're allergic to wheat and really crave a pasta bi-fun noodles are a great wheat and gluten free passta. They taste like angel hair pasta--but they're really pricey. You can get them at a health food store or asian specialty shop.

Reese cups you can make at home with almond butter instead of peanut butter--if you can eat almonds. Almond butter is sweet and delicious. I could eat it by the ton.

I bought the little plastic molds in the craft store--the size and shape of bite size reese's. After you wash and dry them, wipe the insides with a dry paper towel (I don't know why but someone told me it helps them to release better. Melt some chocolate chips and put a little in each cup pulling it up the sides with a small spoon--put in fridge to harden. (about 10 minutes) Then put a small amount of almond butter in each and top with more chocolate. Put them in the fridge for another half hour and then pop them out on waxed paper.

Very very yummy !! (Shouldn't there be a little piggy icon on this site?? :crazy: )

melanie
February 19th, 2006, 02:50 PM
i am not physically restricted by any foods, my father says i have an iron stomach, BUT i am geographically restricted:cool:

i love falafel rolls with heaps of garlic and chilli sause, BUT the only place i can get them is a village around 30 mins away, and it realy sux driving all that way for food. and if hubby is not with me its too hard to eat a falafel roll and drive at 100 km, its just too tricky...

and i love pizza huts cheese pizza, BUT the nearest store is about an hour away, it really defeats the purpose as i cant eat it cold, bah humbug.... i wish we had more junk food in our village (i say that but if they set up here i would probably whinge about it)...

ah so geographically limited, its not fair......:D

glasslass
February 19th, 2006, 02:56 PM
Aw Melanie! Don't you know there's nothing better than raiding the fridge for some cold, leftover pizza?

melanie
February 19th, 2006, 03:07 PM
well to be honest i have never actually tried it, it the thought of it that puts me off, next time i get a chance i will give it a go, it may be a saving grace for me.

but i am sorta glad we dont have junk food here, and the shops are so far away, if either were any closer this pregnant mumma would be the size of a house, i could just eat and eat and eat and eat, not good for a gals figure after birth...

oh well back to the plums and grapes, that the only real treat i have these days, but ohhhhhhhhhhh sooooooo goooood:D

but i do know what heart burn is like, i get a bit being preggers but its not as usual thing for me (but an excelent excuse for a milkshake daily):D only a few weeks and its all over with, oh well my thighs will probably appreciaate the reduction in milkshakes.....

um i agree with that little piggy icon suggestion, but perhaps it should just be attached to my name permanantly:D :D

jesse's mommy
February 19th, 2006, 03:38 PM
Cold leftover pizza first thing in the morning is the best! Give it a try. It's a surprisingly wonderful treat!!! Or even at 2:30 in the morning when you wake up with the munchies.

Prin
February 19th, 2006, 06:40 PM
I hate cold anything, but cold left-over pizza is really good- but only in the morning. mmmm... In the afternoon, I have to reheat it.

joeysmama
February 19th, 2006, 07:47 PM
Before we were married I once saw my husband eat a slice of cold leftover pizza, straight out of the fridge, for breakfast ! With BBQ sauce on it !! ICK !! But it made me think he'd be easy to feed.

Not so !!! Now his breakfast requirements are like something out of a health class movie. Food groups represented. Hot food on cold days. For Pete's sake !! I'm not exactly June Cleaver there in my dress and pearls in the morning making a 3 course breakfast. But at least he does fend for himself in the A.M.

Ooops--did I just hi-jack the thread? Sorry !!:sorry:

glasslass
February 19th, 2006, 10:45 PM
I find it's a great breakfast to munch on in the car on my way to work in the morning.

jiorji
February 19th, 2006, 10:55 PM
hmmm......no sorry...i kinda pig out when I want to :cool: no restrictions.

however....when I cook a meal i browse through my cook book and there';s some lovely pictures of lamb chop dishes that look so good yet I can't get myself to make it. I can't get myself to eat lamb ever again. I'm not a vegetarian and I may sound like a hypocrite but I just can't eat lamb or any specialty meats like deer and rabbit and all that stuff. blehh....

Prin
February 19th, 2006, 10:57 PM
How about veal?:evil: I can't eat veal. Baby cows? No way.. It's like eating big-boned Bambi. :(

glasslass
February 19th, 2006, 11:18 PM
I won't eat veal either after hearing how the babies are kept in an enclosure so small they can't hardly move around - all to keep them from developing muscle.

joeysmama
February 20th, 2006, 08:09 AM
Oh , veal would make me feel sooo guilty. I read a couple books a few years back that talked about what's really in our food and explained factory farming. One was called Diet for A New America byt John Robbins, the heir to the Baskin Robbins fortune who is now a vegan.

The way they raise veal is even worse than just not allowing them movement. It's cruelty, plain and simple ! From the moment they take them from the mothers (cruel to baby and mother) to the way they are fed, and not fed, and the babies wanting so badly to suckle on something and not being given any opportuinty at all. They are denied all sources of iron which their bodies are craving so as to keep their flesh as white as possible. It was horrible to read, and there is more.

But what it amounts to is the animals being merchandise and nothing more. :sad:

AliSam
February 21st, 2006, 09:56 AM
I can no longer drink caffeinated coffee. Decaf (especially from Timmie's) just isn't the same. I seem to be OK with pop and other forms of caffeine stuff but coffee makes me jittery and lightheaded.

Rick C
February 21st, 2006, 12:08 PM
I love veal marsala. . . . . sorry, but its true.

Here in cattle country, I'm surrounded by cows and the feedlots that fatten them up and I drive by a Cargill plant that kills about 1.5 million of them every year as I'm on my way to work . . . . . . . .

Last year, I stopped on the highway and helped a cow hauler get control of the cows in his truck which were on the way to slaughter just down the road . . . . . his back door had flung open and he'd dropped one of the cows on the highway at about 60 miles an hour - it was wandering peacefully in the median of a four lane highway - while the rest were going berserk.

After getting sprayed with cow poop and cow pee and watching the hauler get his hind end nearly kicked out of the box . . . . . well, that morning episode nearly turned me into a vegetarian.

Nearly . . . . but not quite.

There's a lot of depressing things behind that steak and veal.

Rick C
www.goldentales.ca

doggy lover
February 23rd, 2006, 01:42 PM
Too many things to name, but I really miss KFC chicken. I have IBS, lactose intolerant and get bad heart burn, so just shoot me. If its not one way its the other. LOL:eek: