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BBQ of the Gods- with Michael Pollan

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    BBQ of the Gods- with Michael Pollan

    Thought you would all enjoy this!

    Michael Pollan explains the lost cultural and spiritual importance of cooking and eating meat.

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    Thats cool man! Thats a neat site. Good share. Thank you.

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      I don' know if the author had THIS is mind, but every time I bite into my smoked (Pit Barrel Cooker) babyback ribs (Thanks for the rubs, Huskee and Meathead!) I feel a great "primal" scream of joy begin to emanate from within my inner "caveman" self!

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      • Ernest
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        LOL! THAT pretty much summed it all up!

      #4
      Every time I eat BBQ (or any kind of meat) I can't help but think that vegetarians are insane for thinking that doing so is bad for us. It should be obvious to anyone with two working brain cells that we evolved to do so (and in fact by doing so.)

      (OTOH, every vegetarian at an event just means more BBQ for me.)

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      • AaronS
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        "For every animal a vegetarian doesn't eat, I'm going to eat three." - One of my all time favorite quotes.

      #5
      Jerry Seinfeld says "Why are fish so healthy? They eat fish!" I think the same can be said for carnivores. Everything in moderation. Your body needs fat and protein and many of us choose to get that with delicious animals, lol.

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      • boftx
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        I'll give you a choice. A) you can have as much BBQ and beer as you want and die at age 70, or B) you can only have BBQ once a month and limit yourself to one beer a day and live to be 100. (Oh, and you hope your children or grandchildren will be willing to change your diapers when you are 75.)

        Which would you choose?

        Hint: To enjoy life, take big bites. Moderation is for monks. - Lazarus Long

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