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Re: [Debconf-team] Re: kosher discrimination at debconf

I hope, we will not when it the pork is on the menu, so some of us can avoid 
it for religious reasons. If you could do that Gunnar please, I know that you 
have you hands full but please... 

Greetings Safir

On Sunday 09 April 2006 16:21, Gunnar Wolf wrote:
> Thomas Bliesener dijo [Sat, Apr 08, 2006 at 10:07:26PM -0500]:
> > > Eating clean meat
> >
> > Meat?? In Mexico we are used to eat tortillas and beans for breakfast,
> > dinner and supper, but you can vary the menu with different kinds of
> > chilis.
> And we also eat meat, of course. Pork is very often eaten, but close
> to Oaxtepec is the world-famous Yecapixtla, famous for its salted
> beef, which was exported (before fridges were invented) to all of the
> New Spain.
> > > Can I expect cockroaches under the bed
> >
> > Cockroaches are a very nutritive source of protein and AFAIK they are
> > kosher. Mexico is famous for its native species. Under the bed you will
> > find only very few ones, you better ask in the kitchen or look in the
> > salad for them!
> I have never eaten cockroaches, but you will find grilled grasshopers
> in the market. They are very tasty, many Debconf attendees have tasted
> the ones I brought to Oslo and to Helsinki. Oh, and I'm sure Mako
> remembers the worm he drank with the mezcal in Brazil. You will find
> all kinds of strange food in Mexico - and it's very often worth
> trying.
> Greetings,

Dojdov pak tajno moja, zvezda prakam da te povika...

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