> On Monday 18 June 2018 00:26:52 Jimmy Johnson wrote: > > On 06/12/2018 09:33 PM, elcaseti wrote: > > > This post got me thinking. since Konqui the dragon is the KDE > > > community's animal mascot, has anyone given thought to Trinity DE having > > > an animal mascot? I nominate Corvus Corax (raven). I did get to eat > > > alligator once, but it was such a small piece, I didn't notice anything > > > distinct about it. It may very well taste like chicken, but I can't say > > > for sure unless I get a chance to eat a larger amount someday. Cheers > > > > No, gator does not taste like chicken, can be used as a replacement. > > Also some say snake, rabbit and squirrel taste like chicken, nope. And > > crawdad taste like crawdad. Any one of them can be used in soup, salad, > > etc. Now if you want to talk about bear, it's best cooked outside the > > house. And taste like bear and I can not compare bear to anything that > > I've eaten. :) Somebody mentioned pheasant, with wild rice stuffing is > > freaking great, I say better than chicken or turkey, if you get a chance > > give pheasant a try. > > > > I've eaten great vegan too. What I call great vegan is where you sit > > and eat great tasting food without realizing you're eating vegan. :) > > > > Cheers! > > I tasted all the others, but not alligator. (Anyway, alligators are an > endangered species, am I right? so I can live without trying it.) I also > lived in a hippie commune for a few years, where everybody was "officially" > vegetarian; which taught me how to get the most nutrition and good taste out > of a meat-free diet, as well as how to combine foods to supply enough > protein. (Read that book, *Diet for a Small Planet*, by Frances Moore Lappe.) > > What nobody knows about vegetarians, though, is that most of them are not > really very strict about it, and they sneak meat into their diet at every > opportunity. > > Bill > > > --------------------------------------------------------------------- I've been a vegetarians since birth, I have never eaten animals. That's just something carnivore say to make themselves feel better. Kate Hmm wait, do politicians count as animals?