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 How to Cook Pig Tongues?

Answer For most of human history, the cook's attitude toward livestock was a pretty straightforward one: every single bit of it was going to get eaten, one way or another. In the course of the 20th centur... Read More »
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How to Interpret Tongues?

If a believer speaks in other tongues then he should pray for interpretation. 1 Corinthians 14:3, "If any of you pray in an unknown tongue, let him pray that he may interpret."
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How to Appreciate Speaking in Tongues?

When someone receives the Holy Spirit and "speaks in tongues" it is a spiritual language, and there is a reason for it. It has a purpose, a use, as an incredibly useful tool -- and the bible gives ... Read More »
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Do shrimps have tongues?

Shrimp do not have tongues in the general sense of the word. When they are young, shrimp strain their food (plankton). When they are older they eat nearly anything they can find that is digestible.... Read More »
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Why do we have hair on our tongues?

No, we do not have hair on our tongues, though they are lined with keratin the same protein that makes up hair!
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