Alligator is seafood in Louisiana

Grandmère Mimi shares this important news for those who are not eating meat during Lent:


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Comments (4)

I don't know if it's still the case, but in South America it used to be that capybaras were considered fish during Lent, because they live in water.

+Aymond for Pope!

A beaver in Europe was almost driven to extinction because it too was considered Lenten food by living in water.

Bro David

Even closer to you, Dahveed, so also tortugas (sea turtles) in Mexico (it took bishops declaring they were NOT seafood!).

JC Fisher

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