Saturday, April 17, 2010

But are they edible?

And the answer is, apparently, yes. Whales, that is. Now while SOME of my associates would argue that, because whales have neither hoofs nor cud, and can't be slaughtered (is that "schocheted"?) by a quick stroke to the neck that severs arteries and airpassages, they are by definition not edible, by reason of being not kosher ......................................

That argument doesn't work for me.

I don't keep kosher, and I lack the food neuroses of wasps.
Yes, I can deal with it. No hang ups.


The beasts vaunted intelligence is ALSO not an issue. Pigs are very intelligent - much more intelligent than cows or sheep (extremely stupid animals), and way way more intelligent than chickens (stupid, evil, and smelly), yet we eat those. Delicious!

Vegans are remarkably dull and stupid - but we do not eat them (they probably taste like crap anyway).

There is a Japanese site which advocates whale consumption:

Can't read what I think are recipes. But there's a classic SOUTHPARK episode.

Trigger and Dolly and Bubbles snuff it. You should have kissed them before they died.

"Thanks for the delicious whale! "
---------Sea Shepherd Japan Fanclub

Whale Sashimi
Whale Bacon
Canned Whale Meat Yamatoni
Canned Whale Meat Sunoko
Tatsuta Fried Whale

And here's a great FOOD movie!
It reminded me of such classics as 'Como Agua Para Chocolate' and 'Babette's Feast', as well as so very many Julia Child episodes! You will love it! Watch it again and again!

There. Wasn't that good?


Oh by the way, racist honky Australians and New Zealanders suck. Are you as tired as I am by the sneering whitey superiority of Greenpeace activists? Anyone wanna harpoon the bastards?
If so, I applaud you. Just make sure you do it in international waters. That way sharks have some fun too. Sharks are good.

All your cetacean are belong to us!!!
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1 comment:


Sounds delicious! Where can I get some?