Tuesday, 26 May 2009

Pig? I'm not a pig!

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Now if it was Guinea-swine flu...who would care?
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6 comments:

  1. I have often wondered why they are called guinea pig, any clues Lee? ♡

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  2. So cute - I can't believe his/her flu would do me any harm!

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  3. They are called pigs because they were bred for their flesh! They may be small but they breed really quickly (up to five times a year) and can weigh up to 1.7 kg, so there might not be a huge amount of flesh on one animal but the animals are plentiful.

    Please don't ask me how you cook them.

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  4. Thanks kapgaf for that information,I had no idea... they are far too cute to eat and 'no' I wont ask how they are cooked. :) ♡

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  5. Aw, guinea pigs are soooo adorable.

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  6. Well, my concern would be if you can get trichinosis from them if they are not cooked properly.

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