On eating dog


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13 thoughts on “On eating dog

  1. That was an interesting read. I once found myself chewing on a piece of kangaroo tale much in the same way.

    best wishes
    Ribbon

  2. If you own a dog it's advisable to not eat dog as your dog will pick up the scent coming off your skin and realize you are a dog eating human,the relationship will change.

  3. Congratulations on doing your best to be a good guest. I've talked with others about it, and our conclusion was that generally westerners do not eat predator land animals. Crocs and fish are different, don't ask me why.

    Tip for the unwary: My tetun tutor assures me that warungs in Dili with a sign reading RW mean that the meat served is dog. He couldn't tell me what RW meant – he thought it might be an Indonesian abbreviation.

    @Ribbon, kangaroo is perfectly nice, although for mine, the tail is probably the worst part. Only good in soup.

  4. Dog, kangaroo, whale, chicken, pig, cow, whatever… You're still taking a life for no better reason than because you feel like it.

    John
    PS – I like meat; especially kangaroo.

  5. FYI

    In Korea and Vietnam they slowly beat the dog to death in order to tenderise the meat first.

    The more the dog suffers, the better the meat tastes.

    Nice!

  6. Yes, I had heard that. More adrenaline or something like that. It's pretty brutal. Supposedly the dog is put in a bag first and then beaten.

  7. I don't the idea that timoreses and africans enjoy most dog eating – this is unacceptable and absurd. if there are who eat, pliz don't generalise the idea becoz it's not fair at all.

  8. Should you have been ignorant that it was dog you were eating would it have tasted different? Would you have felt the same?

    When I was living in thailand I always ask not to know what I was eating until I had actually eaten it. I therefore ate quite a few things I would have never eaten to my deepest regrets, like plaa raa (fermentede fish), ant eggs, horse shoe crab, raw prawn and giant oyester.

    It is really all in your head.

  9. Yes, Roger. I think you're right. Had it been presented as pork or beef, I may not have batted an eyelid — other than the paw of course.

    Canine, I don't understand the point you are trying to make. Please explain why it is "unacceptable" and "absurd".

  10. Roger: Don't be knocking the fermented fish. That stuff is awesome. Ain't to som tam like a som tam isan. In fact, ant eggs, horseshoe crab, raw prawn and giant oyster are pretty damn good too. I think you and and I are cut from a different cloth…

    Lost Boy, yep, that's what I heard. Not surprising that our stories line up though, given that I was the one who told you about it…

  11. "FYI

    In Korea and Vietnam they slowly beat the dog to death in order to tenderise the meat first.

    The more the dog suffers, the better the meat tastes.

    Nice!"

    Is this a fact/something that is common or just more PETA BS, like the claims that all fur animals are skinned alive?

    (fur farmed animals in the U.S. are put to sleep with gas before being skinned)

    Meh, even if they treated the dogs like kings and killed them as humanely as possible people would still whine about dog meat.

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