justinpie wrote:that looks good, Dalhar. Is it a crunchy kind of bar, or the sort with compressed airbubbles in it?
Not crunchy. Air bubbles but not compressed (It'd just expand the whole bar). It's milk chocolate all the way through (except for the air of course).
kathleenJ wrote:As for caviar...
Turns out it's a negatory...they kill the fish to get the eggage out.
If it's any consolation, cod roe is quite much a byproduct.
Justinpie wrote:Too bad it's like 30 bucks for a Fancy Feast-sized can (that's why we don't eat so much of it, Dalhar.)
Heh. Completely understandable.
Drop the zero on that prize tag, and you're closer to reality here. I'd do the same, in your situation.
I'm sure the Rare & Imported Product Tax bites.
And, vegetarians have never been part of the cuisine here. It's not hundred years ago, the concept of salad were thought of as rabbit fodder. (They ate rabbits, though.)
Meat or fish, sided by potatoes, vegetables, sauce and so on is the traditional cuisine here. Porridge is the closest you can get.
This is the with more weapsons per person than in the US. *) For what? The folk sport of hunting.
Quite the hell for vegetarians, I'd believe.
(And I'm sure Kat knows of the eastern cuisine.)
*) And yes' we've got weapons control and obligatory training. And no, no one is allowed to carry loaded weapons in public spaces. Not even the police, without special permission. It works fine.
By far the most problems with weapons are with illegal weapons, and those are, of course, illegal anyway.