"I think fleg's watching what he eats derives mostly from health concerns." - AndrewI'm pretty sure if you ask any Jew about their dietary restrictions that would be their answer. I worked next door to this little skinny Jewish guy and he told me he didn't eat pork not because of religious reasons but it "just didn't agree with him." I just raised my eyebrows at that one. Meat is meat. Biochemically there is very little difference and modern day pigs have been genetically selected to be lean and since pigs don't "marble" (intramuscular fat) like cows do pork is actually less fatty than beef. If you buy pork that hasn't been cured or smoked it is just as, if not more, healthy than beef. Art
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