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Old 01-17-2013, 03:22 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by Bilbo1967 View Post
Personally, I'd have no problem eating horse meat. I don't see why it's that different to any other meat.

I think the problem here is that something is being sold which isn't as it is labelled. I'd have a similar issue with something labelled horse meat that turned out to be 30% beef.

Given it's in Ireland, perhaps we finally have an answer to the Shergar mystery?
Selling horsemeat for human consumption is illegal in the UK.
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