Why Is Pork Forbidden?


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Credits:
Executive Producers: Daniel Cuevas, Maritza
Co-Writers: Bailey Benson and Andrew Henry
Editor: Mark Henry

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1 Response to Why Is Pork Forbidden?

  1. I wonder, who wants to eat meat from animals that feed on trash and excrements?

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