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"Furthermore, that a horse 'meat food product' is 'capable of use as human food' does not mean the product can be legally sold for human consumption.... Human brains are 'not naturally inedible by humans," but that does not mean the TMPIA authorizes roadside vendors to start selling them."

Empacadora de Carnes de Fresnillo v. Curry, 5th Cir., 1/19/07

ETA: The same opinion begins:

The lone cowboy riding his horse on a Texas trail is a cinematic icon. Not once in memory did the cowboy eat his horse,* but film is an imperfect mirror for reality.

* (FN: Though thieves would occasionally eat the cowboy's horse. See, e.,g., Seven Men From Now (Batjac Productions 1956).

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