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SATURDAY, FEB 23, 2013  |  4 comments
Anglo-Saxon England went off horse meat because it was viewed as 'pagan' food news

People living in Anglo-Saxon England were turned off the idea of eating horses once they became Christian as they believed it was 'pagan' food, argues a new research paper.

The finding appears in the latest issue of the Oxford Journal of Archaeology, produced by Oxford University's Institute of Archaeology. The research is based on animal bone data from settlement sites in Anglo-Saxon England that shows that although horses were largely available to all, horse meat was rarely eaten.

Professor Helena Hamerow, from Oxford University's Institute of Archaeology who is a leading expert on early Anglo-Saxon England communities, said, "This is an important paper that shows how far back in history the aversion to eating horses seems to go amongst the English. ...


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News Item2/24/13 9:56 AM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
while we worry about horse meat, our farmers are being brought to court by Monsanto, for daring to buy seeds and planting them....

trapped in an agreement with one much like the one who lives in the deep abyss that wanders the earth to and fro, much like selling your birthright for a pot of soup.... find themselves with depleted soils, having to do multiple runovers with pesticides because the process has brought greater pestilence.... (and having their products rejected by international food markets who consider it to be substandard, unhealthy "food")

we now reap as a nation what we have been sowing....

87% gm foods grown here now. and many farmers are starting to regret it.

http://www.naturalnews.com/039227_Monsanto_seed_patents_agricultural_monopoly.html

rumor is that a request is now being made for aspartame to be put into milk. now it is in virtually all gums, many candies, vitamins, tens of medicines, and many more food products, now we will add it to milk...

while raw milk providers get swat teamed... and natural cheese companies get confiscated....

...and evangelicals will sleepily debate the inferior brits and their horsemeat debacle.

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News Item2/23/13 10:11 PM
Christening  Find all comments by Christening
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Wikipedia has a very interesting article about Horse Meat. The British may have been against eating horse because of their pagan religion -- and not for it. Since horses are viewed as pets etc., in England, the U.S., and Ireland, these countries don't approve of horse meat as food, but surprisingly Catholic countries such as Belgium, France, and Mexico have basically ignored the Papal ban on eating horse.
Which also demonstrates that, combining the information in wikipedia and domain-b.com, Britain was not proto-Roman Catholic in Anglo-Saxon times.

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News Item2/23/13 5:36 PM
never can tell  Find all comments by never can tell
"Despite the general Anglophone taboo, horse and donkey meat was eaten in Britain, especially in Yorkshire, until the 1930s, and in times of post-war food shortage surged in popularity in the United States and was considered for use in hospitals. A 2007 Time magazine article about horse meat brought in from Canada to the United States characterized the meat as sweet, rich, superlean, oddly soft meat, and closer to beef than venison." (Wiki)

UN warns of looming worldwide food crisis in 2013

Horse burgers anyone?

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News Item2/23/13 3:42 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Wikipedia has a very interesting article about Horse Meat. The British may have been against eating horse because of their pagan religion -- and not for it. Since horses are viewed as pets etc., in England, the U.S., and Ireland, these countries don't approve of horse meat as food, but surprisingly Catholic countries such as Belgium, France, and Mexico have basically ignored the Papal ban on eating horse. (Surprise, surprise) I'm not looking forward to eating horse meat, and using horses for food is an inefficient use of grain. While not important to me, I would point out horse meat isn't kosher either.
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