Subject: Are frog legs used for food considered meat or seafood?
Date: Mon Mar 22 06:25:02 1999
Posted by Scott Yakoubek
Grade level: undergrad
School: University of Maryland
City: Seoul State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: General Biology
As a Roman Catholic, during Lent my family and I abstain from
eating meat on Fridays. However, the question has come up as to
what frog legs qualify as, meat or seafood. If they are not
considered meat, does that mean all amphibians and/or reptiles
are not considered meat? PLEASE settle this debate for us once
and for all. Thank you very much for your assistance!!!
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