The French enjoy horse meat — here's a horse meat butcher in Paris. But even the French were angry that they had been paying beef prices for it last year. Thomas Coex/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Signs advertise the type of meat sold in each section of the Green Market in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Sly06/Flickr hide caption

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In Kazakhstan, No Horror At Horse Meat

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Not all countries in Europe shun horse meat, as the sign above this butcher shop in Paris attests. But horse-eating Europeans still don't like being swindled. Jacques Brinon/AP hide caption

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A Tesco supermarket sign in London. The chain acknowledged that its low-cost beef lasagna had in fact been 60 percent horse. Sang Tan/AP hide caption

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U.K. Slaughterhouses Raided As Europe's Horse Meat Scandal Widens

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Where's The Beef? Burger King Finds Horsemeat In Its U.K. Patties

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No, that's not beef — it's horse meat, at a butcher shop in France. Horse remains a popular food in many countries, but often makes Americans squeamish. Christophe Simon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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