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Mark Thorson wrote:
Chicken feet are also mentioned, but no figures are given.


It's probably an even number, but you never know... HTH :-)

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Article about the huge increase in pork prices in China
and imports from the U.S. We're actually hurting the
Chinese pork industry, because our pork is higher quality
and the price is lower.

http://usa.chinadaily.com.cn/busines...t_13728002.htm

Interesting that of the 900,000 tons imported last year,
700,000 were pork offal, i.e. heads, knuckles, etc.
I'm glad somebody is buying all that stuff. Chicken feet
are also mentioned, but no figures are given.
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On 9/18/2011 7:50 PM, zxcvbob wrote:
Mark Thorson wrote:
Chicken feet are also mentioned, but no figures are given.


It's probably an even number, but you never know... HTH :-)

-Bob





Perhaps they, like our late friend Moosmeat, only like the tender foot
the chicken DOESN'T stand on most.

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On Sep 18, 9:51*pm, Mark Thorson wrote:
Article about the huge increase in pork prices in China
and imports from the U.S. *We're actually hurting the
Chinese pork industry, because our pork is higher quality
and the price is lower.

http://usa.chinadaily.com.cn/busines...t_13728002.htm

Interesting that of the 900,000 tons imported last year,
700,000 were pork offal, i.e. heads, knuckles, etc.
I'm glad somebody is buying all that stuff. *Chicken feet
are also mentioned, but no figures are given.


Chicken feet aid in making a good chicken stock.
Once, while in Mazatlan Mexico, we went into a tavern frequented by
the locals. We each ordered a beer. Along with the beers, we each
got a bowl of chicken soup along with a stack of tortillas free of
charge. The chicken soup was excellent. It was served with chicken
feet in there. I didn't eat them. Although they make a good stock,
they kind of turn me off as food to be eaten/chewed on.
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On 9/18/2011 8:50 PM, zxcvbob wrote:
Mark Thorson wrote:
Chicken feet are also mentioned, but no figures are given.


It's probably an even number, but you never know... HTH :-)

-Bob


Not really, we had a chicken with one leg when I was a kid. So that
aberration must be taken into account when one is calculating the number
of chicken feet the Chinese can eat.


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