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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : October 8 2008
18 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, October 9, 2008 MB STREETVIEW Roo meat not so popular Anthony Alafaci Leanne Sills Osman Neziroski Helen Porter Mic Recent reports from the Federal Government's climate change advisor Ross Garnaut and the CSIRO show that eating kangaroo will help save the planet. Cattle and sheep farming, the experts argue, causes too much methane. But some local residents think it's roo'diculous and would never substitute other meat for kangaroo. We asked them their thoughts on the streets of Five Dock. Anthony Alafaci, of Belfield: I've never eaten it and never will. If I had to I would but I choose not to eat it. My wife goes out and buys the best steaks and meats so there's no need for me to eat kangaroo. Leanne Sills, of Five Dock: I used to cook it for my dogs but I don't like it because you need to be able to cook it properly and I don't know how too. I eat meat but not kangaroo, I just can't eat it. I say no to eating Kangaroos. Osman Neziroski, of Roselands: I used to go hunting but we never shot or ate kangaroos. To be honest I've never thought about eating it but I'd probably give it a go if I had too. Helen Porter, of Rodd Point: No way. I grew up watching Skippy and I couldn't eat him. I'm not that much of a big meat eater and there's no way I'd eat a kangaroo. Mic, Rodd Point: I would eat it, I actually ate kangaroo sausage last Saturday for a barbecue. I did it for something different and I think it's all right and I would do it again. OPINION For details contact Ashfield Council on 9716 1800 or visit www.ashfield.nsw.gov.au A free event with live cultural entertainment, international food and market stalls. CORPORATE SPONSORS SUPPORTER SPONSORS MAJOR SPONSORS All Nissan vehicles come with a 3 year/100,000km warranty and a 3 year 24 hour roadside assistance. Nissan reserves the right to withdraw, vary or extend any offer. Hurry into your Nissan dealer or visit nissan.com.au DRIVEAWAY DEALS ^For private buyers. Metallic colours $395 extra. *VQ series engine named on the 10 Best Engines list by Ward's Automotive Group for the past 14 years. 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 17 7 7 7 7 7 The stylish Nissan Murano is now in runout. The Murano features standard satellite navigation, reversing camera, Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC), 18" alloy wheels, 6-speed M-Mode Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) and an award winning VQ series V6 engine* from just $45,990 DRIVEAWAY^ Featuring leather trim, 6-speed M-Mode Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC), 17" alloy wheels and an award winning VQ series V6 engine,* the smooth Nissan Maxima is amazing value from just $34,990 DRIVEAWAY^
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