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White Meat in the Palæoboreanic Diet

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Introduction

Note that a lot of these images are not my artwork; they are public domain illustrations that I tracked down to save myself the time of having to draw a ton of animals. I will replace these with original artwork at a later time.




Poultry

Bustards (Otis tarda) — were hunted, trapped, and in some cases were even kept as pets or livestock. Bustard coups were sometimes kept and some limited domestication may have occurred. Since most Boreans had an aversion to eating animals they raised, tamed or domesticated flocks were primarily kept for the purposes of egg production.

Great Auks (Pinguinus impennis)

Starlings (Sturnus sp.)

Swans (Cygnus sp.)

Giant Ostriches (Pachystrutho sp.)

Crocodiles (Crocodylus sp.)




Fish & Seafood

Beluga Sturgeons

Grey Mullets

Surmullets

Codfish

European Congers

Mediterranean Morays

Halibuts

Anchovies

Mackerels

Sardines

Herring

Carp

Wels Catfish




Meat in the Palæoboreanic Diet
Red Meat in the Borean Diet
⚑ White Meat in the Borean Diet
⚑ = You Are Here.

Palæoboreanic Diet
Meat in the Borean Diet
Fungi in the Borean Diet
Plants in the Borean Diet
⚑ = You Are Here.

Borean Food
⚑ Palæoboreanic Diet
Borean Cuisine
Food-Getting Strategies
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Civilization & Culture
Borean Technology
Languages
⚑ Borean Food
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Ancient Borea
The Borean World
The Palæoboreanica
Civilization & Culture
People & Races
Monsters
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Fiction
Ancient Borea
Red the Blue Devil
The Nocturnals
The Spacebunnies
Metazoids
Solar Civil War
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