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Originally Posted by mordecai View Post

It won't be enforced because the officers won't know that foie gras and force fed goose liver are the same thing.
reminds me of years ago going into murray's cheese in new york and seeing an entire case full of French "lait crut" cheeses.
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I used to think "tongue" was just a name, until my dad took me to the butcher and I saw the whole tongue sitting there. If I had been on the LA health board I would have banned it right then and there.
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Can you do foie without force feed? Just give them lots of grain?
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supposedly, there is one farm in spain that is doing this. the issue is that, particularly when they're outside of migration season, they don't naturally overeat enough to result in a good liver. they're unlike me in that way.
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But it's possible to do a seasonal thing? I remember tryin to buy from that farm but no place online had any stock
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Originally Posted by foodguy View Post

it looks like you're right. possession isn't illegal, production and sales are.

what if its a compliments of the chef thing and not a $40 supplement a la TFL
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I just want to note that the ban starts on July 1 which is Canada Day. smile.gif
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Can restaurants in California pull what Chicago restaurants did and give the foie gras for "free" and charge say $25 for condiments and bread?

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omfg people this isn't a real issue. People make it seem like they're banning the use of salt. It's just one ingredient that even I only want to eat like once a month and it won't be hard to do that at all.
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hey, I am going to shill a book of a friend of mine, called the fois gras wars, about when they tried to ban it in chicago. read the book, the guy has kids he has to put through school. or should I say, buy the book
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Originally Posted by SField View Post

omfg people this isn't a real issue. People make it seem like they're banning the use of salt. It's just one ingredient that even I only want to eat like once a month and it won't be hard to do that at all.
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First, they came for the lobsters.
post #19572 of 25371
some pua gra fries

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jfc
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Originally Posted by SField View Post

omfg people this isn't a real issue. People make it seem like they're banning the use of salt. It's just one ingredient that even I only want to eat like once a month and it won't be hard to do that at all.

There are restaurants in California that shall remain unnamed that would benefit if they actually did ban salt. teacha.gif
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

There are restaurants in California that shall remain unnamed that would benefit if they actually did ban salt. teacha.gif

Lukshon,

God, I can add that to one of the worst meals of my life list. I officially hate famous korean chefs.
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