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Alligator is seafood in Louisiana

Alligator is seafood in Louisiana

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



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

JC Fisher

David Allen

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

Bro David


+Aymond for Pope!

Bill Dilworth

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.

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