Involuntary Hippophagia (5): Papal Bull Taboo Origin?

Those concerned about Involuntary Hippophagia (the unintended ingestion of a horse, or part thereof ) may be wondering just how far back the UK’s distaste for eating horses, unintentionally or not, might go. Improbable can reveal that the puzzle has certainly been on the table for more than a century. ‘Rockingham’ (writing in the Boston […]

Involuntary Hippophagia (4): Nothing new (the 1948 Horsemeat scandal)

Involuntary Hippophagia (the unintended ingestion of a horse, or part thereof ) is nothing new, it seems. Click on the image to be transported to a website that will show you video of the possibly shocking film ‘The Horsemeat Scandal 1948’: “Don’t think the horse meat scandal is a new phenomenon. In fact it’s an old […]

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