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Countries that eat dog


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I have no problem with other countries eating dogs and cats, it's just a cultural thing. What I do have a problem with is the methods by which they cook them (alive), after skinning them (alive).

 

And yes, I have the same problem with how certain animals are cooked for consumption here as well.

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I have no problem with other countries eating dogs and cats, it's just a cultural thing. What I do have a problem with is the methods by which they cook them (alive), after skinning them (alive).

 

And yes, I have the same problem with how certain animals are cooked for consumption here as well.

 

such as?

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I did a job in Stanton back in the 80's and there were no dogs to be seen or heard anywhere around that area. Vietnamese neighbor hood.

 

The guys working with me thought that the owners of the house we were working at were cooking something that looked like dog. It sure smelled terrible. They even asked us if we were hungry and we politely said no thanks.

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I forgot about that whole incident.  

 

As for Dog or Cat.  Ewww.  But hey, in India, we are probably barbarians and going to hell for eating cow.  

 

Also, surprised Mexico wasn't on the list for dog.  My friends told me stories about the "Carne Asada" from street vendors.

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I forgot about that whole incident.  

 

As for Dog or Cat.  Ewww.  But hey, in India, we are probably barbarians and going to hell for eating cow.  

 

Also, surprised Mexico wasn't on the list for dog.  My friends told me stories about the "Carne Asada" from street vendors.

I don't want to know what I ate off the street in T.J..  All I know it tasted great at 3AM after leaving the bars on Revolucion.  

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back in the 80s when the boat people from vietnam and cambodia arrived in the US, many of them settled in the OC. within a few months there were reports of several neighborhood dogs that went missing. apparently the new locals were on the hunt for those dogs that were allowed to roam the neighborhoods freely. gave a new meaning to how to wok your dog.

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