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RIP. It is with great sadness that I learn that one of my favorite French delicacy items, foie gras, is no more in California. The US Supreme Court declined to hear the foie gras farmers appeal to the CA ban on foie gras. It’s legal and complicated from there, but let’s just say I am sad. Of course, this Colorado girl never even heard of foie gras until @chefludo came into my life. But once you try it there is no going back, DELISH!!! I still remember like it was yesterday (although 19+ years ago) serving seared foie gras at our wedding. Two of my closest friends both told me it was juiciest most delicious steak they had ever had. I still laugh to myself. Did I dare tell them??? Since then I have learned how to make foie gras terrine, photographed recipe by photo of the process, produced an episode of Ludo à la Maison showing the technique to make it (LINK IN BIO). It has been part of our holiday celebrations for years. It is definitely an important part of my culinary educational experience.
I am not going to get into the politics behind all of this, but I will say, there are way more important big farm issues that need serious attention. America is being filled with hormones and antibiotics from the major beef and poultry. I believe in ethical treatment of animals, this is a simple case of polarized mis-facts and the lowest hanging fruit.
No more terrine at @petittroisla 😥
Seared photos by @deluy#byebye#marriedafrenchman#foiegras#terrine#chefwifelife#frenchfood#delicacy
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Think vegans shove veganism down your throat? You should see what non-vegans shove down the throats of ducks and geese for foie gras.
Popular in France, Hungary, the United States, Canada, Bulgaria, and China, foie gras (fatty liver) is produced by forcing a long metal pipe down an animal’s throat to pump corn mixture into its stomach. This is done two or three times per day in order to enlarge the animal’s liver up to 10 times its normal size.
In actuality, vegans do not shove anything down your throat. We may speak up for animals and demand their justice, but we cannot force anyone to go vegan. However, non-veganism consists of shoving metal objects, arms, and foreign objects down animals’ throats, vaginas, and rectums in various industries. The most extreme way in which we vegans “force our beliefs” is by a sometimes heated conversation; the most extreme way non-vegans force their beliefs is by killing and abusing animals. Which is more forceful?