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Quidditch sandwitch flies into Manitoba deli

According to several reports on the internet today, a new Harry Potter-themed deli in Manitoba, Canada, has a very interesting sandwich on its menu. It's called a Quidditch, and it is made up of pickles, mayonnaise, radishes, alfalfa spouts, and wild moose meat. I'd like to tell you how I feel about that recipe, but I can't spell "Ewwww!"

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Does not sound so bad, if you find this offensive do a bit of research into what domesticated meat is made of. All sorts of chemicals and body parts that would normally be discarded. If one follows the trail of 'home grown' from the farm through the slaughter house and processing centers to your kitchen table, it may well put you off all types of meat.

Posted by KMD from Kuna Idaho USA on April 15, 2010 08:40 AM

I don't think it sounds bad - I have eaten and enjoyed moose meat! Maybe "don't knock it til you've tried it?"...LOL!

Posted by Sue Kennedy from Denver, CO on April 15, 2010 09:29 AM

Well said, KMD - most meat products are so overprocessed and unhealthy, not to mention the cruelty of the slaughter, especially concerning poultry meat. I am sure most peolpe couldn't stomach their ordinary portion of meat if they knew what goes into it. "Wild moose meat" doesn't sound worse to me than any other meat produce, at least the non-rganic variety.

What about Falafel (as the snitch) and maybe some hoops cut out of red pepper ( the goalposts) and then maybe some chickpeas ( the quaffels) as a Quidditch sarnie?

Posted by Siena from Nottingham, UK on April 15, 2010 09:43 AM

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