February 22, 2013
The Polarizing Practice of Eating Horses

People ate it more because they could afford it, than because they liked it — the high content of glycogen that makes horse lean and high in protein also makes it taste sweet. 
Read more. [Image: Reuters]

The Polarizing Practice of Eating Horses

People ate it more because they could afford it, than because they liked it — the high content of glycogen that makes horse lean and high in protein also makes it taste sweet. 

Read more. [Image: Reuters]

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    has anyone fused Kentucky Man with Horsemeat yet? It’s a match made in meme heaven!
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    I really don’t understand why everyone is up in arms about the horsemeat.
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