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I'm a Meatarian. And by meat I mean pork, cow, chicken, rabbits and almost anything from small birds to cows.

Vegetable for me are nice things to eat with meat.

Fish are a good dish for night, just before going sleep. But not for lunch in most days, it's to light. Seafood (crustaceans and mollusks, but not fish. Fish is Fish) is a nice entry dish, but wouldn't make it a full dish (the closest is "Carne de Porco Alentejana" - a dish with crustaceans, pork meat and patatoes).

Tofu, for me, is off-limits. Been there, eaten a few times. And don't want more. That, obviously, extends to other vegetarian dishes. I respect those who are vegetatian. But I'm not!

In reply to Re: My favorite food for feasting: by themage
in thread My favorite food for feasting: by ysth

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