Is chinese food made from cats and dogs?

Asked By: Jannie Schoen
Date created: Wed, Dec 16, 2020 10:01 PM
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Eating dog meat is a long-standing culinary tradition not just in China, but also Korea. Cat meat can be found on the menu in China, Vietnam and even parts of South America. The Chinese government has signaled a willingness to take the meat off the market.
Answered By: Lucienne Roberts
Date created: Fri, Dec 18, 2020 12:04 AM
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In the 21st century, dog meat is consumed in China, South Korea, Vietnam, Nigeria, and Switzerland, and it is eaten or is legal to be eaten in other countries throughout the world.
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"Cats and dogs are loyal friends to humans," he said.

"A ban on eating them would show China has reached a new level of civilization." Eating dog meat is a long-standing culinary tradition not just in China, but also Korea.

Cat meat can be found on the menu in China, Vietnam and even parts of South America.

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By anonymous, we're referring to meat-based ingredients that do not specify the source animal.

According to the pet food industry, meat can come from virtually any mammal 1.

So, generic meat meal can be legally made from road kill, dead, diseased or dying farm animals — even euthanized cats and dogs.

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China. According to Humane Society International, Agence France-Presse, and the BBC, cat meat is not widely eaten in China. But in Guangdong and Guangxi provinces in south-eastern China, some—especially older—people consider cat flesh a good warming food during winter months.
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Another reason to avoid giving leftover Chinese food to your dog is the likelihood of monosodium glutamate (MSG).

Many dog foods contain MSG (a whole other topic!).

What's certain is this: Don't feed your dog Chinese food, especially if it's laced with this nasty chemical.

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The dish involves chicken (usually thigh) pieces that are de-boned, battered and Chinese deep-fried, then dressed with a translucent, reddish-brown, semi-thick, somewhat sweet sauce made from corn starch, vinegar, wine or sake, chicken broth and sugar, the last of which is a major contributor to sesame chicken's

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Chinese crested get along well with other dogs, cats, and small animals, so they'll fit in well with any multi-pet homes. Chinese cresteds get along well with other dogs, cats, and small animals, so they'll fit in well with any multi-pet homes.
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