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13 PROBLEMS WITH PORK

#1 Post by J Miller » Tue Feb 13, 2018 2:24 pm

Note: I found this on FB. It was posted by my SIL who makes money posting all sorts of things. I was wondering if those who know things here on Leverguns could verify or dispute what this article says.
In other words is it truth in any way shape or form, or written by a muslim trying to cause trouble?
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13 PROBLEMS WITH PORK

1) A pig is a real garbage gut. It will eat anything including urine, excrement, dirt, decaying animal flesh, maggots, or decaying vegetables. They will even eat the cancerous growths off other pigs or animals.
2) The meat and fat of a pig absorbs toxins like a sponge. Their meat can be 30 times more toxic than beef or venison.
3) When eating beef or venison, it takes 8 to 9 hours to digest the meat so what little toxins are in the meat are slowly put into our system and can be filtered by the liver. But when pork is eaten, it takes only 4 hours to digest the meat. We thus get a much higher level of toxins within a shorter time.
4) Unlike other mammals, a pig does not sweat or perspire. Perspiration is a means by which toxins are removed from the body. Since a pig does not sweat, the toxins remain within its body and in the meat.
5) Pigs and swine are so poisonous that you can hardly kill them with strychnine or other poisons.
6) Farmers will often pen up pigs within a rattlesnake nest because the pigs will eat the snakes, and if bitten they will not be harmed by the venom.
7) When a pig is butchered, worms and insects take to its flesh sooner and faster than to other animal's flesh. In a few days the swine flesh is full of worms.
Swine and pigs have over a dozen parasites within them, such as tapeworms, flukes, worms, and trichinae. There is no safe temperature at which pork can be cooked to ensure that all these parasites, their cysts, and eggs will be killed.
9) Pig meat has twice as much fat as beef. A 3 oz T bone steak contains 8.5 grams of fat; a 3 oz pork chop contains 18 grams of fat. A 3 oz beef rib has 11.1 grams of fat; a 3 oz pork spare rib has 23.2 grams of fat.
10) Cows have a complex digestive system, having four stomachs. It thus takes over 24 hours to digest their vegetarian diet causing its food to be purified of toxins. In contrast, the swine's one stomach takes only about 4 hours to digest its foul diet, turning its toxic food into flesh.
11) The swine carries about 30 diseases which can be easily passed to humans. This is why God commanded that we are not even to touch their carcase (Leviticus 11:8).
12) The trichinae worm of the swine is microscopically small, and once ingested can lodge itself in our intestines, muscles, spinal cord or the brain. This results in the disease trichinosis. The symptoms are sometimes lacking, but when present they are mistaken for other diseases, such as typhoid, arthritis, rheumatism, gastritis, MS, meningitis, gall bladder trouble, or acute alcoholism.
13) The pig is so poisonous and filthy, that nature had to prepare him a sewer line or canal running down each leg with an outlet in the bottom of the foot. Out of this hole oozes pus and filth his body cannot pass into its system fast enough. Some of this pus gets into the meat of the
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#2 Post by claybob86 » Tue Feb 13, 2018 2:37 pm

After all these years of eating bacon, sausage, ribs, pork chops, ham, etc., how can it be that I'm still alive? :o
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#3 Post by FWiedner » Tue Feb 13, 2018 2:42 pm

Ridiculous falsehoods.

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#4 Post by AJMD429 » Tue Feb 13, 2018 2:54 pm

"......this message sponsored by your local beef growers association....." :lol:

They actually are less likely than many other livestock to get the prion diseases, which if anything, could make pork safer...
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#5 Post by Pete44ru » Tue Feb 13, 2018 3:46 pm

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IMO it sounds like someone working to justify their belief........... :roll:

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#6 Post by KWK » Tue Feb 13, 2018 4:29 pm

Instead of asking others to disprove her silly assertions, why not ask her to cite evidence for her claims?

I pretty sure 9 is wrong; I've compared the labels on various cuts of meat. 11 and 12 are mostly irrelevant given modern farming practices, and what gets through is dealt with by proper care in the kitchen. For wild pig, proper cooking and hand washing will take care of most problems, although the CDC says one bacteria (brucellosis) can be spread by fluid contact at slaughter (but is killed on cooking).

8 sounds goofy. The CDC says cooking takes care of all medical concerns with wild pig meat, and a quick google check finds Mississippi State saying "Thorough cooking will destroy all parasites and kill bacteria. Cook wild pork to an internal temperature of 165°F to 170°F." I do recall, though, some forms of life can survive boiling, but I've never read of these in pigs. Again, ask her for proof.

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#7 Post by GunnyMack » Tue Feb 13, 2018 5:16 pm

Pigs WILL eat any other animal but they will NOT eat their own kind.
Buzzards are the most vile creature on the planet- ever see buzzards eating a roadkill? Buzzards get killed and aren't ever consumed by their kin!
As for the rest of it, it's BSor should I say PS!!
Sounds like muslim propaganda to me...
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#8 Post by J Miller » Tue Feb 13, 2018 5:34 pm

Thanks guys, that's pretty much what I thought. I can't ask the poster to prove the claims as she simply "shared" it. Some dumb FB thing.

I figured that as much pork as I've eaten in my life if any of that was true I'd be long dead.

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#9 Post by jnyork » Tue Feb 13, 2018 5:49 pm

Fixin' to have a nice pan of bacon this evening to go with our waffles. MMMMMM, good. :D
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#10 Post by jeepnik » Tue Feb 13, 2018 5:50 pm

I like pork. It's a darned good thing I ain't a follower of Mohamad.
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#11 Post by ethang » Tue Feb 13, 2018 6:07 pm

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#12 Post by Rusty » Tue Feb 13, 2018 6:40 pm

There is a lot of agenda driven science out there today. People pay for a study to prove what they want to be so. Avocado growers pay to have a study touting the health benefits of eating "just one a day." Almond growers ask you just eat one handful a day. Florida citrus writes catchy jingles to get people to consume more of their products. Sometimes you put down the other guy's stuff to promote yourself.
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#13 Post by Pisgah » Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:39 pm

Muslim? I dunno, sounds more like my vegan-lesbian-greenie-breastfed-to-age-5 niece to me. Excuse me while I go back thru the BBQ buffet line again...

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#14 Post by 765x53 » Tue Feb 13, 2018 8:53 pm

GunnyMack wrote:
Tue Feb 13, 2018 5:16 pm
Pigs WILL eat any other animal but they will NOT eat their own kind.
Buzzards are the most vile creature on the planet- ever see buzzards eating a roadkill? Buzzards get killed and aren't ever consumed by their kin!
As for the rest of it, it's BSor should I say PS!!
Sounds like muslim propaganda to me...
Time to air drop thousands of hogs from Texas over there with time delay fuses.....

I've seen buzzards and chickens competing for the same maggot crawling roadkill, also I've seen chickens eat chickens (alive and dead). That is why I can't stand the taste, smell, or thought of chicken.
Fresh pork, I can do without. Cured pork is OK.
As far as I'm concerned, the four approved food groups are beef, beef, beef, and bacon.

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#15 Post by .45colt » Tue Feb 13, 2018 10:40 pm

I've been a Meat cutter for 46 years and I can say this is a load of Pelosi....for more than 30 years the pork industry has worked to change the way people thought about pork. I got sick of hearing about pork being the other "white meat". most of the pork in the supermarket is so lean it's like trying to eat a shoe.
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#16 Post by 44shooter » Tue Feb 13, 2018 11:21 pm

I've seen way too many old people at bbq joints and pig pickings to worry about the moderate amounts of pork I eat. Just have some sense about it. Obviously bacon is very fatty. Chops and tender loin are pretty lean. That marbling in good beef steaks is fat. Pigs will eat nearly anything with any nutritive value. Chickens and fish will too if they can get it down their gullets. Livers and kidneys detoxify the body, not sweat. Heat kills parasitic worms and their cysts, ova etc.

All of these claims are either outright false, ludacris conclusions based on facts, or irrelevant to human safety.

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#17 Post by cas » Wed Feb 14, 2018 12:54 am

Facebook, like Wikipedia.... eventually making things "fact".



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#18 Post by piller » Wed Feb 14, 2018 1:07 am

OK, I was not aware that those organisms which live in deep oceanic geothermal vents were able to colonize pigs. I guess pigs are so radioactive and dangerous that they will kill us all in another 6 months. Which laboratory did these things come out of and why haven't I heard of them before? Are they the reason that the dinosaurs went extinct last week?
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#19 Post by Sixgun » Wed Feb 14, 2018 1:13 am

I eat lots of pork and after its through my digestive system, I repack it into pattties of about a half pound, freeze it, add some Jewish spices, then donate it to the mosque in philly.

I get lots of feedback telling me that after its cooked it smells better than the subhumans eating it.----6
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#20 Post by mikld » Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:06 am

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#21 Post by Pete44ru » Wed Feb 14, 2018 2:19 pm

765x53 wrote:
Tue Feb 13, 2018 8:53 pm
As far as I'm concerned, the four approved food groups are beef, beef, beef, and bacon.

You are in serious error, Sir ! :roll:

The 4 approved food groups are: Chili, Turkey Legs, Pizza & beer. :mrgreen:


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#22 Post by mikld » Thu Feb 15, 2018 11:57 am

OK, I admit to being a big city boy (grew up in the Los Angeles area) and I've prolly never been closer than 10 feet from a pig/hog/swine. But I have a hard time believing most of the listed items about pigs. I saw on a Dr. Pol's program where pigs were eating another pig alive and they started with the ears and the exit vent.

Now even a city bread, know nuttin' about farm animals feller like me has a hard time believing number 13. A "pus canal" to the feet? I can be gullible about some things but I think this is up there with Pelosi voting pro-2nd Amendment...

But I'm still kickin' at 71 after growing up in an Okie/Texan influenced home with bacon every morning, ham 5 or 6 times a year, fried pork chops, fat back and ham hocks in our beans (once or twice a week), Ma made a great pork chops and gravy, and I often ate pickled pigs feet (goes great with home brew)...
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#23 Post by BlaineG » Thu Feb 15, 2018 7:32 pm

All this started back when the Hebrews developed their code for a Kosher kitchen. Probably lots of people sickened and died from poor sanitation.
I've eaten in dives all over Korea, Central and South America and never got sick. The worst food poisoning I ever got was from some WallyWorld tater salad and I was deathly sick for two weeks. Same for a microwave burrito I bought at a gas station in Washington.
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#24 Post by wolfdog » Thu Feb 15, 2018 7:58 pm

GunnyMack wrote:
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Pigs WILL eat any other animal but they will NOT eat their own kind.
No, pigs will eat other pigs. I have seen it happen.

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#25 Post by JerryB » Thu Feb 15, 2018 9:21 pm

Ask Rusty, ain't nothing gooder than pork chops fried in an iron skillet with grits and tomato gravy. My wife is from Kansas but she did learn to cook and we do like our pork fresh or cured.
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#26 Post by BlaineG » Fri Feb 16, 2018 1:14 pm

JerryB wrote:
Thu Feb 15, 2018 9:21 pm
Ask Rusty, ain't nothing gooder than pork chops fried in an iron skillet with grits and tomato gravy. My wife is from Kansas but she did learn to cook and we do like our pork fresh or cured.
Let's hear more about that tomato gravy. 🐖
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#27 Post by Rimfire McNutjob » Fri Feb 16, 2018 1:51 pm

Sixgun wrote:
Wed Feb 14, 2018 1:13 am
I eat lots of pork and after its through my digestive system, I repack it into pattties of about a half pound, freeze it, add some Jewish spices, then donate it to the mosque in philly.

I get lots of feedback telling me that after its cooked it smells better than the subhumans eating it.----6
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#28 Post by stew71 » Fri Feb 16, 2018 2:26 pm

I dunno. That wild boar sausage in my freezer tastes pretty darn good in the morning with scrambled eggs and toast.

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#29 Post by 3leggedturtle » Fri Feb 16, 2018 2:32 pm

Pete44ru wrote:
Wed Feb 14, 2018 2:19 pm
765x53 wrote:
Tue Feb 13, 2018 8:53 pm
As far as I'm concerned, the four approved food groups are beef, beef, beef, and bacon.

You are in serious error, Sir ! :roll:

The 4 approved food groups are: Chili, Turkey Legs, Pizza & beer. :mrgreen:


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#30 Post by Sixgun » Fri Feb 16, 2018 3:08 pm

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That just cracked me up. I think this retirement thing agrees with you Six and has honed your already creative mind. :)
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#31 Post by FWiedner » Sat Feb 17, 2018 4:03 pm

BlaineG wrote:
Fri Feb 16, 2018 1:14 pm
JerryB wrote:
Thu Feb 15, 2018 9:21 pm
Ask Rusty, ain't nothing gooder than pork chops fried in an iron skillet with grits and tomato gravy. My wife is from Kansas but she did learn to cook and we do like our pork fresh or cured.
Let's hear more about that tomato gravy. 🐖
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#32 Post by Gaucho Gringo » Sat Feb 17, 2018 6:33 pm

Up until the end of the Civil War the main meat was pork in the US. When the Europeans were colonizing someplace they always brought pigs with them.

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#33 Post by JerryB » Sat Feb 17, 2018 7:32 pm

TOMATO GRAVY. ya'll know that to be done right pork chops have to fried in an old iron skillet. When you think they are done just right put them on a platter. Take your flipper over tool and scrape the bottom of the skillet, then add a couple of spoons of flour just like making any gravy. When the flour has sopped up the grease add one big can of tomatoes and stir until it thickens just enough to stay on a pile of grits salt and pepper and go to it like a hog in a trough full of slop. This is an old Florida recipe my mother started cooking this when we lived in Arcadia Florida during the 1940's.
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#34 Post by Rusty » Mon Feb 19, 2018 3:45 am

If any of y'all ever make it to west central Fla. there are some restaurants that started here in Plant City, but have stretched out to Lakeland, Bartow, Riverview, and Winter Haven called FRED'S SOUTHERN KITCHEN. On their breakfast buffet they have tomato gravy every day along with biscuits, sausage gravy, grits, cheese grits, scrambled eggs, several kinds of hash browns, fried pork chops, fried chicken, bacon, sausage, along with a full salad bar.
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#35 Post by twobit » Mon Feb 19, 2018 8:58 am

J Miller wrote:
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Note: I found this on FB. It was posted by my SIL who makes money posting all sorts of things. I was wondering if those who know things here on Leverguns could verify or dispute what this article says.
In other words is it truth in any way shape or form, or written by a muslim trying to cause trouble?
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13 PROBLEMS WITH PORK

1) A pig is a real garbage gut. It will eat anything including urine, excrement, dirt, decaying animal flesh, maggots, or decaying vegetables. They will even eat the cancerous growths off other pigs or animals.
2) The meat and fat of a pig absorbs toxins like a sponge. Their meat can be 30 times more toxic than beef or venison.
3) When eating beef or venison, it takes 8 to 9 hours to digest the meat so what little toxins are in the meat are slowly put into our system and can be filtered by the liver. But when pork is eaten, it takes only 4 hours to digest the meat. We thus get a much higher level of toxins within a shorter time.
4) Unlike other mammals, a pig does not sweat or perspire. Perspiration is a means by which toxins are removed from the body. Since a pig does not sweat, the toxins remain within its body and in the meat.
5) Pigs and swine are so poisonous that you can hardly kill them with strychnine or other poisons.
6) Farmers will often pen up pigs within a rattlesnake nest because the pigs will eat the snakes, and if bitten they will not be harmed by the venom.
7) When a pig is butchered, worms and insects take to its flesh sooner and faster than to other animal's flesh. In a few days the swine flesh is full of worms.
Swine and pigs have over a dozen parasites within them, such as tapeworms, flukes, worms, and trichinae. There is no safe temperature at which pork can be cooked to ensure that all these parasites, their cysts, and eggs will be killed.
9) Pig meat has twice as much fat as beef. A 3 oz T bone steak contains 8.5 grams of fat; a 3 oz pork chop contains 18 grams of fat. A 3 oz beef rib has 11.1 grams of fat; a 3 oz pork spare rib has 23.2 grams of fat.
10) Cows have a complex digestive system, having four stomachs. It thus takes over 24 hours to digest their vegetarian diet causing its food to be purified of toxins. In contrast, the swine's one stomach takes only about 4 hours to digest its foul diet, turning its toxic food into flesh.
11) The swine carries about 30 diseases which can be easily passed to humans. This is why God commanded that we are not even to touch their carcase (Leviticus 11:8).
12) The trichinae worm of the swine is microscopically small, and once ingested can lodge itself in our intestines, muscles, spinal cord or the brain. This results in the disease trichinosis. The symptoms are sometimes lacking, but when present they are mistaken for other diseases, such as typhoid, arthritis, rheumatism, gastritis, MS, meningitis, gall bladder trouble, or acute alcoholism.
13) The pig is so poisonous and filthy, that nature had to prepare him a sewer line or canal running down each leg with an outlet in the bottom of the foot. Out of this hole oozes pus and filth his body cannot pass into its system fast enough. Some of this pus gets into the meat of the
Where in the hell do people come up with such stupidity??? And all the other people who nod there head and believe it. Please make them stop having babies and voting!!!

The only problem I have with pigs is that I don't get to hunt them enough. And yes, I absolutely do eat them.
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#36 Post by twobit » Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:07 am

And I am an equal opportunity exterminator here in Texas. We can hunt them all year, all day, any method, with or without bait, use lights, thermal scopes, night vision. You name it I got it and use it. My favorite is a bow. Nice and up close and personal and quiet.

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#37 Post by Bill in Oregon » Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:39 am

Some feral puerco is pretty high on my list these days. Hope to get her done in 2018.

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#38 Post by Pete44ru » Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:40 am

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TOMATO GRAVY.

ya'll know that to be done right pork chops have to fried in an old iron skillet.
When you think they are done just right put them on a platter.

Take your flipper over tool and scrape the bottom of the skillet, then add a couple of spoons of flour just like making any gravy.
When the flour has sopped up the grease add one big can of tomatoes and stir until it thickens just enough to stay on a pile of grits salt and pepper and go to it like a hog in a trough full of slop.

This is an old Florida recipe my mother started cooking this when we lived in Arcadia Florida during the 1940's.

Umm-umm, GOOD ! ! . :mrgreen:

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#39 Post by mikld » Mon Feb 19, 2018 11:25 am

Bill, where do you hunt them in Oregon? I've got a couple loads for my Puma that I wanna try on a pig (265 gr RD design RNFP over a hefty charge of Blue Dot and a 240 gr. RD RNFP over WC820). I haven't run them over my chrony yer, but I'm pretty sure they would work jes fine...
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#40 Post by Pete44ru » Tue Feb 20, 2018 9:33 pm

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IIRC, Bill's relocated to Arizona, where there's plenty of pork......... ;)

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#41 Post by FWiedner » Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:23 pm

Tried the pork chops with grits and tomato gravy tonight.

MMmmm MMmmm goood!

Thanks for that idea, Jerry!

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#42 Post by piller » Wed Feb 21, 2018 1:22 am

As far as pigs eating rattlesnakes, yes they do. The bull Pelosi is that pigs are immune to rattlesnake venom. Truth is that ths larger pigs have enough fat and gristle under the skin that the venom is left in a place where the blood flow is slow enough that the venom is able to be broken down in a manner which keeps it from getting into the broodstream directly. Most rattlesnake venom acts on the blood. A big rattler can kill a small piglet.

Being immune to something is not a sign of being evil or unclean. The Australian Funnel Web spider can kill a human, but horses and sheep are immune. Cobra venom can kill a human, but most varieties of mongoose are immune.

Poison Ivy can cause horrible reactions in humans, but some of us are immune. Hepatitis B can kill humans, but some of us are immune.

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#43 Post by Ysabel Kid » Wed Feb 21, 2018 3:09 pm

ethang wrote:
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"The problem with internet quotes is that you cant always depend on their accuracy" -Abraham Lincoln, 1864


true story. I saw it on FB
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Sad thing is that a large portion of Generation Snowflake would believe it!
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#44 Post by wvfarrier » Wed Feb 21, 2018 9:03 pm

I raised and butchered free range mulefoot hogs for years. They are true omnivors but if allowed to range around they are very very clean animals. they only become filthy when confined. they are danged destructive though. that being said, my entire family, my neighbors and a lot of friends eat the meat....we are all pretty healthy
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#45 Post by JerryB » Wed Feb 21, 2018 9:58 pm

Well, Mr. Wiedner, glad to hear that you tried it. There is a lot of good eating in this country we just don't know about.
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#46 Post by Rusty » Wed Feb 21, 2018 11:06 pm

How about some swamp cabbage to go with that wild pig?
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#47 Post by JerryB » Wed Feb 21, 2018 11:26 pm

Rusty dad gum your old hide I ain't thot of that in a long time. My nephew said one of these trip up here he'll find a place to cut one for me hope he don't end up in jail again. But it would be some good eating with a couple of slabs of ribs. Now I'll probably have dreams of swamp cabbage salad and the a big pot of it boiled up.
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#48 Post by BlaineG » Sun Feb 25, 2018 2:13 pm

I chunked up a pork loin and oven-roasted a mess of peppers and made chili/stew yesterday. For some reason, the chilis didn't have much heat, and it needs some cumin. I'll take care of that today. Mmmmmm
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