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Are you just looking for recipes? How about the Korean book "101 Ways to Wok Your Dog"

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Koreans did not just "wok" any old dog. They actually had a specific species that was raised as a food animal. If you're looking to "wok" random dogs, then you need to look to Vietnamese, Chinese, Cambodian or Thai cuisines...

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Are you just looking for recipes? How about the Korean book "101 Ways to Wok Your Dog"

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Koreans did not just "wok" any old dog. They actually had a specific species that was raised as a food animal. If you're looking to "wok" random dogs, then you need to look to Vietnamese, Chinese, Cambodian or Thai cuisines...
Ohhh, this is getting hillarious!!

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Big issue is, they can act as your dingy's radar when your lost in Maine fog.

"Honey, yell to the dogs so I can figure out where the boat is by which way they look!!"

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if your dog can't tie a bowline, pull up the anchor, make you a sandwich or open a beer while underway what good is this fleebag?
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Big issue is, they can act as your dingy's radar when your lost in Maine fog.

"Honey, yell to the dogs so I can figure out where the boat is by which way they look!!"
At least this guy won't starve! Or...the dogs won't either -- take your pick.

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