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>Right now the section title is "Decomposing a Recipe" and it
>follows a section called "Anatomy of a Recipe." Probably "disect"
>fits better with "anatomy"
so, i would be making, oh i don't know... half rotted caribou for 50 say and
first i would have to figure out the anatomy of the beast before i skinned
and sliced it..i mean disected it..so i know where the liver and kidneys
are... then i leave it out in the sun for a few weeks to decompose...
there have to be better words....;-) maybe not as literal true, but more