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    [email protected] Guest

    Default How to cook an animal's soul?

    If I partake in the slaughter and killing an animal, for example
    killing a cow by buying the meat, how do I cook that cow's soul?

    Post recipes !!!


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    Christopher Helms Guest

    Default Re: How to cook an animal's soul?

    On Jul 23, 4:26*am, towtruckdri...@everyplace.com wrote:
    > If I partake in the slaughter and killing an animal, for example
    > killing a cow by buying the meat, how do I cook that cow's soul? *
    >
    > Post recipes !!!



    A cow's soul is surprisingly tough and has to be marinated in pleroma
    for at least a week, after which it can be enjoyed as the smell of
    hamburgers cooking, the sound of a steak sizzling on the grill, the
    contentment of a child enjoying Jell-O (they use more cow soul in Jell-
    O than they like to talk about) or the indifference of the Mexican guy
    at the slaughterhouse who does the actual slaughtering.

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    Andy Guest

    Default Re: How to cook an animal's soul?

    Christopher Helms <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On Jul 23, 4:26*am, towtruckdri...@everyplace.com wrote:
    >> If I partake in the slaughter and killing an animal, for example
    >> killing a cow by buying the meat, how do I cook that cow's soul? *
    >>
    >> Post recipes !!!

    >
    >
    > A cow's soul is surprisingly tough and has to be marinated in pleroma
    > for at least a week, after which it can be enjoyed as the smell of
    > hamburgers cooking, the sound of a steak sizzling on the grill, the
    > contentment of a child enjoying Jell-O (they use more cow soul in

    Jell-
    > O than they like to talk about) or the indifference of the Mexican guy
    > at the slaughterhouse who does the actual slaughtering.



    This appears to be the troll towtruck Christopher's left versus right
    brain last remaining brain cell debate, fizzling out.

    Andy

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    Gorio Guest

    Default Re: How to cook an animal's soul?


    'Andy[_15_ Wrote:
    > ;1508353']Christopher Helms [email protected] wrote:
    > -
    > On Jul 23, 4:26*am, towtruckdri...@everyplace.com wrote:-
    > If I partake in the slaughter and killing an animal, for example
    > killing a cow by buying the meat, how do I cook that cow's soul? *
    >
    > Post recipes !!!-
    >
    >
    > A cow's soul is surprisingly tough and has to be marinated in pleroma
    > for at least a week, after which it can be enjoyed as the smell of
    > hamburgers cooking, the sound of a steak sizzling on the grill, the
    > contentment of a child enjoying Jell-O (they use more cow soul in -
    > Jell--
    > O than they like to talk about) or the indifference of the Mexican guy
    > at the slaughterhouse who does the actual slaughtering.-
    >
    >
    > This appears to be the troll towtruck Christopher's left versus right
    > brain last remaining brain cell debate, fizzling out.
    >
    > Andy


    So long as the cow is served with a side of collard or mustard greens
    steeped with a neckbone (of a pig) and real cone bread, you got the
    soul. Some black eyed peas don't hurt, neither.




    --
    Gorio

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