Ah, yes. The 44 percent... Unforgiveably absent-minded of him...
well it's just the irony of seeing some gross old person who already got to live their life thinking they need to make a meal out of the life of a baby that really irks me. but yes, i cant understand why young people would eat lamb either. they should have more sense than that.Would you do likewise to younger folks eating lamb?
My Dad cuddled a lamb & went vegetarian that day.
I'd already gone vegetarian because my How To Care For Your Pet Rabbit book included a chapter about how to break his neck, skin him & make a stew out of him.
Sidney would have died of shock if he thought I'd ever hurt him.
@ Morrissey, McCartney and Peta
Cut the shit! Buy them out!
Most brands have an ethical clothing range these days. Vegans are big business.
Major fashion brand Gucci has become more ethical and vegan-friendly. The brand has pledged to ban the use of angora wool in its designs.www.livekindly.co
I like both the taste of mint sauce and a very pink lamb joint.
The origin of mint sauce has nothing to do with rotting meat.
Yes it does. I saw it on that factory programme with the bald guy.
Plus all British cooking before the 80s appears to have consisted of mysterious lumps in horrifying sauces.
No it doesn’t.
mint sauce has been used with lamb since the 16th century.
Elizabeth I actually decreed that lamb could only be eaten with bitter herbs in an attempt to slow down lamb consumption in order to make more sheep available for shearing because there was a wool shortage.
Mint is one of those bitter herbs and it became very popular and stuck.
Has nothing to do with rotting meat.
by Lauren Gilbert Mint sauce has a long history in England, traditionally served with roast lamb. Mint sauce consists of mint leaves, finally minced, and mixed with vinegar and some sugar. This is …laurengilbertheyerwood.wordpress.com