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Old 01-25-2018, 05:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Anansi View Post
I'm supposed to tell Saran why his logic makes no sense, but I don't know if I feel like getting into it again.

But I did promise, I suppose. Alright.

So, Saran. I contest your argument that 'eating a still-leaving animal is no 'morally' worse than eating a dead animal'. A dead thing can, presumably, no longer feel pain. A living thing may yet suffer as its bits are carved away. I propose that causing unnecessary pain to an animal you might as well just kill and get over with is a foolish thing to do.
That was a weird a weird debate to see unfold, truthfully.

But as I promised Omacron, please find attached a picture of a proper bûche de Noël!

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See the delicious icing. Marvel at the letters! Note the use of French to denote wishes of merry Christmas. And perhaps most importantly, note the lack of pomegranate mousse.

Seriously though, that there's my grandmother's bûche de Noël. Apparently it's actually an old family recipe from that side of my family in Northern Ontario/Quebec. Also apparently, the recipe needs to be passed down to one of the grandkids, and I'm pretty sure I'm to be the inheritor. Which works for me, given that I love the stuff.

Can't say I'm looking forward to finding out how much lard and/or crisco there is in there, mind.
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