Anyone eat hot dogs in Vancouver? GROSS!

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    Mmmmm... human [​IMG]
     
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    I havent eaten a hot dog in years since hearing what they are really made of... It's almost just as disturbing as the human remains...

    It is a pretty gross thought though... Oh well... Human meat wont kill anyone I suppose... Still glad it wasnt me...
     
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    "But without the grease all I can taste is the hog anus..."

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    It's pretty disturbing what goes in hot dogs. "Meat byproducts" as an ingredient sound scary.

    You wnt to know something really disturbing? Processed food manufacturers are allowed a certain percentage of "foreign" materials in the product. This includes: insect parts, rodent parts and feces, and general dirt or dust particles. Some hot dogs may contain saw dust as filler as well.

    "I wish I were an Oscar Mayer wiener..."
     
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    "Two things you never want to see being made: Sausages and laws."

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    "Tastes like chicken."
     
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    They're great with fava beans
     
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    "Vancouver hot dogs is people!"
     
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    Sounds similar to this film:

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0103743/

    Despite knowing what goes into hot dogs, I still eat them at the Papaya King, the best hot dogs I've ever tasted.
     
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    Todd,

    From what I've been told, human flesh actually does taste like pork.

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    The sad truth is, human hot dogs are probably better for you (and more natural) than real hot dogs. [​IMG]
     
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    The canadian media, and Police have noted that most of the accused's product was given to friends and neighbors, rather then sold commercially.
     
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    Does that mean the friends and neighbors can be arrested for "eating and abbeting" in the crime.
     
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    It's the other, OTHER white meat.
     
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    Is there a Cannibal forum somewhere?
     
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    There are (or were) groups on Yahoo!.
     
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    Of course they are, because it's a practical impossibility to have absolutely "pure" food, just as it's a practical impossibility to have absolutely zero manufacturing defects. The question then becomes one of what's acceptable. Do you really think people ate absolutely "pure" food prior to the Industrial Revolution? I guarantee that if you tried to make a food processing operation yourself, your product would be just as "impure" or more expensive, maybe even both.
     

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