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Haggis: Not as Good as It Sounds?

Larry, Monkey
Monkey Bidness
Larry, Monkey
1/26/2006

10:40 AM -- According to Yahoo! News!, Scotland is facing yet another assault on its national dignity:

    Scotland's national dish, haggis, has become the latest foodstuff to be targeted as part of a drive to combat growing levels of obesity among British children, prompting outrage among producers.

    According to health officials in Scotland, the delicacy -- a sheep's stomach lining stuffed with offal, oatmeal, onions and seasoning -- contains too much fat and salt and should only be given to youngsters once a week.
Twice a week would be a serious breach of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

— Larry, Attack Monkey, Light Reading

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paolo.franzoi
paolo.franzoi
12/5/2012 | 4:08:05 AM
re: Haggis: Not as Good as It Sounds?

A child of a Scottish National that moved to Australia. Vegemite coated Haggis FTL!

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