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I actually enjoy salads and healthy foods like falafal. I eat vegeterian a couple days a week. I get at least 7 servings of frutis and vegetables every day.

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I wold be proposing it if I hadn't done it myself already! 1. 20 slices of pizza, half thin crust and half deep dish, assorted varieties (watch out for Meat Lovers'! It will slow you down but good). 2...
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451 days ago 1 comments Categories: Eating  Tags: stuffing 
I wold be proposing it if I hadn't done it myself already! 1. 20 slices of pizza, half thin crust and half deep dish, assorted varieties (watch out for Meat Lovers'! It will slow you down but good). 2...
Gain 10 pounds. But choose a path. Pizza or HAMBURGER!!!! Pizza's contact me by saying "Pizza" as a comment, hamburgers too. I will tell you what each team eats. First team with all members having gai...
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430 days ago 0 comments From: ShakesSphere Categories: Food & Dining  Tags: pig stuffing 
vimeo.com —  Yimin Divine Pig Festival from¬†Nicky Loh 2 years ago¬†NOT YET RATED In one of Taiwan's biggest Hakka festivals, specially bred giant pigs are laid out as offerings in a traditional ceremony that honours ancient warriors. With pineapples stuffed in the mouths and painted with their ranking in the competition, the giant or 'divine' pigs are a key symbol in the Hakka culture. But animal rights groups argue that force-feeding these pigs is an extreme form of animal cruelty. "I think all sacrificial traditions need to change with time. It was not like this in the past, but now it has become an industry. In the past the pigs were raised normally and they would offer the pigs no matter how big or small. But now it is more of a wealth competition, and it became an issue of how good you look outside, but not about the culture. I think this is awful -- the bigger the pigs the better they look. They compete for the animal's weight but they could not care less about its welfare," said Chen Yu-mei from the Environment and Animal Society of Taiwan. The divine pigs tradition is deeply rooted in Taiwan's Hsinchu County. The Yimin Festival remembers ancestors during the 18th century who fought for the Chinese imperial army to help put down a local rebellion. After their deaths, local people built temples in their memory and offered pigs as a sacrifice during the annual ghost month, the seventh month of the lunar calendar. The sacrifice process begins with a search for the fattest pig in town, the family that offers the fattest pig not only wins a monetary reward, but also, as it is believed, blessing and protection from the ancestors who look favorably upon the offerings. Fifty-eight-year-old Lin Shun-chun, a chicken farmer, won this year's top award with a pig weighing 803.4 kilograms (1771 pounds). But the recent death of his wife prevented his pig from being offered to the Yimin god, for it is considered as a taboo to offer a pig when a tragedy happens inside the family. Breeding giant pigs has become a professional industry, allowing families to buy their super-sized pig from a special breeder, with the price for a pig weighing over 600 kilograms (1323 pounds) starting at 600,000 Taiwan Dollars ($18738.6 U.S. Dollars). This cost often includes a high-protein diet and luxuries such as such as water cooling fans and pleasant music, for a time span of two to three years. "We make sure the divine pigs receive the best treatment, in a hot weather like this, we prepare water fans to cool it down, and provide rich food supplies. The oatmeal, water source, and living environment are all carefully prepared. They are treated very differently from the normal slaughtered pigs in the farms. They are placed in separate suites with good ventilation, and we make sure they are not disturbed in any way," said Liu Wen-cheng, who bought his pig from a friend. But others enjoy the festival even without raising a pig, but for Huang Chun-chih, it is one occasion when all family members get together for the festivities. "It was exciting. I lived in the country side when I was small, and it rarely gets this bustling. Relatives come from everywhere, and we would attend the temple festival, and look at the divine pigs. We don't see a lot of activities like this now, so I brought my children here to see," said the 35-year-old. According to Hakka culture, the Yimin god looks after every aspect of their lives and locals believe they have a right to preserve their cultural beliefs and practices. "It is like questioning whether the Spanish bull-fight should be abolished. Animal rights groups also criticise the bull-fight, but whenever people talk about Spain, they think about the bull-fight. And when people talk about the Yi-min festival, they think about the divine pigs competition. Each side has a different point of view, but I think this is our culture, we have to preserve it," said 38-year-old Chan, a teacher. More than 70 divine pigs were offered this year and the festival ends with a banquet, where everyone shares a slice of the pork.
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