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Sense at last, but not from us.

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Sense at last, but not from us.

Sense at last, and France leads the way in putting a nail in the coffin of all that vegetarian nonsense of nicking names in order to hide cabbages, carrots and quorn in sausages, pies....... and even barbecues. 

Burger = meat

Steak = meat

Chops = meat

Chicken nuggets = meat

Pies = meat.

Mince = meat

Go veggie by all means but jeepers, call it for what it is and it's never ever a quorn sausage or heaven forbid, a quorn bacon butty!

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/apr/19/france-vegetarian-foods-no-meat-words

  


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And frogs legs? I suppose they're classed as meat..personally I'd class 'em as 'disgusting'. Roll_eyes

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Re: Sense at last, but not from us.

Is Mincemeat meat?

What are Mince Pies made of?

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Ah yes, mincedmeat or mincemeat.

Confusing I know. Smiley

And while we are on the subject, veggie food shaped like cutlets or chops - what's all that about?


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@VileReynard wrote:

What are Mince Pies made of?


 

Traditional ones, with meat made from animals... Smiley

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@Pete11

Like chicken apparently but like deep fried pigs trotters, tripe and snails, never tried them and never wanted to.

Even us meat eaters have some standards!


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@Minivanman wrote:

Sense at last, and France leads the way in putting a nail in the coffin of all that vegetarian nonsense of nicking names in order to hide cabbages, carrots and quorn in sausages, pies....... and even barbecues. 



How ironic you're championing some European bureaucracy...

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@Minivanman wrote:

Sense at last,

I think not.

Pies = meat.

I'm [-Censored-]ed if I want meat in my apple pies!


 

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@Minivanman wrote:
Even us meat eaters have some standards!

 

I've had frogs legs in france, and they were quite nice, not disgusting in any way... Smiley

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@DaveyH

Well the French are certainly bureaucratic I'll give you that, and I've experienced enough of it to last me a lifetime but this is not that is it, it's common sense not irony.  


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@twocvbloke

Well my son over there loves em' but I refuse totally to pay over the odds for something so fiddly, faddish, and which leaves me feeling like those restaurants are having a laugh.

Much rather have a bread roll while I'm waiting for that main course than something looks and tastes like a bit of skinny chicken. Smiley 


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@VileReynard wrote:

Is Mincemeat meat?

What are Mince Pies made of?


Pastry? 

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@jelv wrote:

I'm [-Censored-]ed if I want meat in my apple pies!

 

Really?..how about pork and apple? Lovely. Thumbs_Up Pork and pickle too. Grin



 

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@Pete11 wrote:

@jelv wrote:

I'm [-Censored-]ed if I want meat in my apple pies!

 

Really?..how about pork and apple? Lovely. Thumbs_Up Pork and pickle too. Grin



 


With custard? You are weird!

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@VileReynard wrote:

Is Mincemeat meat?


No.

You never see mincemeat at the butchers.

It's usually labelled minced beef or minced lamb. Never just mince meat.