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The Chinese find dog to be not only a tasty meal (apparently it tastes similar to pork), but also to be good for the health.

“Dog meat is good for your health and metabolism,” explains Ms. Li, a Chinese woman who declined to give her first name. “In the summer, it helps you sweat.”

A recent BBC documentary mentioned that even Tibetan monks are known to eat dog meat.

Below we have identified 10 popular ways that dog is prepared and eaten in China.

**WARNING** Some might be disturbed by the following images and information, so if you are offended by the title and introduction, you will definitely be offended but what you see below. 

Dog Spring Rolls
Dog Terriyaki

Dog Shish Kebab

 Dog Meat Steamed Bun

A popular breakfast food
Dog Meat Instant Noodles

One company in Northern China was the first company to invent the dog meat instant noodle, and it became quite popular.

Dog Jerky

It comes in spicy and non-spicy flavors.

Dog Meat Stir Fry
Dog Hot Pot

A popular way to eat dogs, enjoyed usually in the winter time. Often cooked with herbs and veggies.

Sauteed Dog Meat

Cooked with spices, it’s supposed to be very flavorful.

Sauteed Dog Meat

Cooked with spices, it’s supposed to be very flavorful.
Hard-boiled Dog

Sells for about $3/lb.

via weirdasianews.com

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anney on Jul 8, 2012, 10:00:00 PM  

Poor dogs! Some people here in the Philippines eat dogs too!