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post #31 of 92
Korean BBQ would be a nice way to have a welcome back to meat party with your friends; you can kinda throttle the amount of meat you eat by balancing it with the lettuce and rice wrappers, and you get the pleasure of grilling that shit on your own. It's about the most visceral, primordial way to eat meat if you can find a place that does it on coals. All about the basics.
post #32 of 92
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YES! I'm buying your girl shots the next time I see her.

wait, so was this decision influenced by his gf? I'm confused as to why you don't offer him shots, lol.
post #33 of 92
First meal back should be:
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post #34 of 92
First, congrats on a return to the fold. As to what food? There can only be one answer:

foie gras.

Does not have to be much, just 3-4 bites, but it will be wonderful and satiating.
post #35 of 92
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wait, so was this decision influenced by his gf? I'm confused as to why you don't offer him shots, lol.

OP mentioned his girl as part of the reason. So I feel shots for her (and him no doubt as he's a mooch) are in order.

Piob- do you realize Magician is quite poor? I say he should go to that Japanese restaurant and indulge in sashimi.
post #36 of 92
obligatory:

post #37 of 92
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

foie gras.

Does not have to be much, just 3-4 bites, but it will be wonderful and satiating.

I'm pretty sure that would kill him.
post #38 of 92
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I'm pretty sure that would kill him.

+1

how about some good ham or salami?

I think that you need to be staying away from the overly fat stuff in your first few meals, that might cause the distress.
post #39 of 92
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the fact that animals are slaughtered for our food is an unavoidable truth of being an omnivore but at least we can ensure they have good natural healthy lives while they are alive.

Humans are not biological omnivores. The risk of eating raw meat is one clue.
post #40 of 92
But we've been cooking meat for long enough to have adapted to it being in our diet.
post #41 of 92
kill kill kill muthafuckaz, it's tasty
post #42 of 92
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Humans are not biological omnivores. The risk of eating raw meat is one clue.
Lol really? Come on dude
post #43 of 92
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But we've been cooking meat for long enough to have adapted to it being in our diet.

It's a tolerance, omnivorous by behavior. Biologically humans are herbivores.
post #44 of 92
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Humans are not biological omnivores. The risk of eating raw meat is one clue.

Dolphins eat flesh. Bad Flipper.
post #45 of 92
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Humans are not biological omnivores. The risk of eating raw meat is one clue.

Any risk of eating raw meat comes mostly from the conditions in which that animal was raised. Under the right circumstances, even chicken can safely be consumed raw. Humans are most certainly omnivorous.
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