[Sca-cooks] food laws

David Walddon david at vastrepast.com
Sat Aug 30 21:44:49 PDT 2008

Either way it is a R.O.U.S.



Food is life. May the plenty that graces your table truly be a VAST  

David Walddon
david at vastrepast.com

On Aug 30, 2008, at 9:37 PM, Phil Troy / G. Tacitus Adamantius wrote:

> On Aug 31, 2008, at 1:27 AM, Daniel & Elizabeth Phelps wrote:
>> Stefan:
>> A capybara is a very large rodent, I believe it is native to South  
>> and possibly Central America. About as large as a medium-sized  
>> pig, as I recall.
>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capybara
>> Kinda cute, actually... I wonder if any of the big ones were  
>> native to Florida? We had a lot of very large mammals in Florida,  
>> from the blurb on Fossil Vertebrates of Florida it's a distinct  
>> possibility, have to look it up.
>> Ok, that's enough channeling the geologist-in-training, I'm going  
>> to bed now. Hold a good thought for those in the path of Gustav.
>> Cheers,
>> Isabella de la Gryffin
>> Without deviation from the norm, progress is not possible.
>> Frank Zappa
> Another [remote] possibility is that where capybara was written,  
> coypu/nutria was meant. I consider this only because the coypu is,  
> like the capybara, large (although not as large as the capybara),  
> edible, and more likely to be found in the Southern US than a  
> capybara. And the name is vaguely similar...
> Or we can just take Fra Niccolo at his word, since I can think of  
> many worse policies...
> Adamantius
> "Most men worry about their own bellies, and other people's souls,  
> when we all ought to worry about our own souls, and other people's  
> bellies."
> 			-- Rabbi Israel Salanter
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