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Old Yesterday, 09:25 PM   #14721
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Not really trying to defend the eating of whale or glorify it, but the whole thing is very polarizing.

I would be more concerned with chicken, cattle or pigs from the mass produced stuff you find neatly wrapped in plastic at the supermarket.
I actually had no idea whale was commonly(?) eaten in Norway until you told me, I was only relating my experience, I'm sure someone can make an appetizing dish with shark but in Iceland they make hakari. I have no strong feelings either way though whale encompasses many species some of which are endangered.

We try to buy as much of our meat from local farmers as we can at considerable expense over industrially raised meat.
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24 beer in a case, 24 hrs in a day. Coincidence?
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I'm sure someone can make an appetizing dish with shark
Spiny Dogfish when gutted, skinned and brined for 24 hours in an acid and salt bath (to reduce the alkalinity) can be pretty good when cooked properly. We also used for them for bait in our crab taps.

As a kid, your Saturday morning bacon strips caught the Bullheads on rod and reel
The chopped Bullheads caught the Dogfish on heavy duty steel leader
The chopped Dogfish caught the Dungeness in the traps.
Dungeness caught the girls.

Life was so easy back then. I miss those days. All I needed was a bicycle, a fishing rod, a heavy spool with a wire leader and a pyramid trap.

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This being the food thread, you didn't eat the girls, I hope!

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