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Moose burgers for dinner tonight.Our lovely neighbour's Joe & Sandy on site here in Florida are keen hunters .They eat what they catch and Sandy is cooking moose tonight.She says it tastes like sweet beef ?
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Before scrolling down I only saw the alligator and thought.. Typical Americans, don't even know what they shot.... That's an alligator... Looks nowt like a moose.

And when did they get moose in sunny Florida ?
 
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Urgh! Both the thought of eating a reptile and the killing of wild animals for fun, even if it is legal and they get eaten. I would have thought one moose or one alligator would suffice for a few years food?
I’m in the same camp as you, the thought of killing wild animals for fun just does not appeal to me.

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By the proud look on their faces, you’d think they had brought them down with their bare hands!
I cannot imaging posing for a photo with an animal I had just killed.
I’m not being a hypocrite, I won’t eat meat.
 
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If it's such a big deal to pose beside an animal you have just shot, why don't abattoir workers do the same?
 

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Urgh! Both the thought of eating a reptile and the killing of wild animals for fun, even if it is legal and they get eaten. I would have thought one moose or one alligator would suffice for a few years food?

I’m in the same camp as you, the thought of killing wild animals for fun just does not appeal to me.

But fishing is acceptable

After the apocalypse some will survive.... Those prepared to kill anything, wild, domestic or pet, for food.
Some won't have the stomach for killing and will die.
 

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We were in Wyoming for Christmas a few years ago, we had moose and buffalo fondue for dinner!
Weird but tasted good.

I have killed, skinned, gutted and butchered meat before. I think if you eat meat, you should be aware of where it comes from and the process involved to get it to your table.

Half a day in a local abattoir should put you off!

Now, we are both vegetarian, I much prefer non meat cooking and eating. For us, it is much healthier and tastier.
 
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The world is a varied place ,that is why we travel.Thought it was a different experience to show.Like people eating dogs in Vietnam or the Camels in Australia,or the alligators in Florida.
It is the world we live in ,not what we do in our country but it exists.Its like denying unpleasant history.
BUT I apologize if these facts are not acceptable .
Admin. Welcome to take down if we must protect our selves from this crazy world.
 

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Nowt wrong with eating Moose...

I usually have one after my dinner most days... :xThumb:

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Am I the only one that read the op where it said they eat what they catch :rolleyes:

No, but since the killing is of a different form from that of abattoirs, it offends the sensibilities of others who feel compelled to express their disapproval.

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Nowt wrong with eating Moose...

I usually have one after my dinner most days... :xThumb:

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I’d like point out that there is a spelling error in your graphic but since doing so would violate Rule 1, I’ll refrain. :whistle:

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Would it be ok then by the exact same logic to kill another human being or somebodys pet animal as long as you promised to eat it?
 

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No, but since the killing is of a different form from that of abattoirs, it offends the sensibilities of others who feel compelled to express their disapproval.

Ian

Yep, you’ll probably find these hunters make a quicker kill than the abattoir.
 
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As my grand-daughter would say “now you’re just being silly”, there are laws against that.

Ian
Agreed but I still cant see why people would want to kill animals for "sport". It's totally one sided so what pleasure can they get that isn't tainted by some kind of addled thought process so different to most people's?

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many people have strong opinions on hunting for sport and or food. The truth is that only a very small percentage of people that can use a gun are able to pull the trigger and take a life

i was taught from the very first time going out getting rabbits for the table/freezer, that if you are prepared to eat meat, then you should also be prepared to take that animal's life. Never kill what you won't eat and be respectful. The only variation of those rules is if your life or anyone else's is in imminent danger

What I really disagree with is these so called sport hunters that pay to go and kill lions and other animals in a controlled environment in what is little more than a zoo
 
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theirs a difference betwen culling and killing culling and keeping numbers manigabill preserves the spaces by stopping over grazing and them starving to death as there are no or not enough natural predators every part of that animal will be used
and it's very good netural meet
bill
 

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