I grew up eating horse...but I won't eat baby cows or baby sheep...foie gras, caviar, brains or haggis...where do you draw the line?
I actually did once, in Kazakhstan.
We got invited to this insanely huge buffet of local dishes, mostly horse meat in various forms. Not eating would be extremely rude.
It was delicous, but a bit weird for us.
These horses run free and ate green grass all year, so it should be among the healthiest meats there are.
But the fermented horse milk shots.. are not for everyone
Fermented horse milk shots? Ugh? It never occurred to me that horses could be milked....
My conclusion must be that they shouldn't
It was awful. The taste was there an hour after the meal.
But the locals seemed to love it..
Horse meat? Sure. I never have, but why not?
Where we draw the line depends on how hungry we are.
No, not a horse. Know and have known too many on a personal level
No baby anything
No inards, just dont like them
I've known cows on a personal level, too. But not horses.
But I agree with the No baby Anything.
Dont like rabbit either, way too sweet.
Venison only made to jerky.
I like a good steak, but only once or twice a month.
I eat chicken more than anything
I will say...i like pork..alot. but only if it is prepared properly
I pretty sure I could, if I were starving to death. Unless I find myself in that position, I'll continue to "draw the line" at anything that formerly had a face.
Fuck off, sissies.
Pure metwurst is made out of horses. That's the best way to enjoy a horse, properly.
I dislike most meats so I couldn't eat it under normal circumstances... but if i was starving I'd eat anything.
I draw the line at any meat. :)
I draw the line at other people telling me what I can and can't eat (unless its for medical reasons)