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    The strangest thing you've eaten

    I loved trying new foods. What's the strangest thing you've eaten?

    For me - Ants, Scorpion, Octopus, Shark, Crocodile, Wild Boar. Love Ostrich aswell.

    I want to get me some of http://www.edible.com/shop/carnivore/reindeer%20pate/ aswell. Yum!

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    Kangaroo. Tastes like beef, but chewy.
    Last edited by GREED; 25th November 2010 at 03:53 PM. Reason: tastes like beef, not beer!

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    Chicken. Tasted like chicken too.
    Last edited by mattx; 25th November 2010 at 06:02 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GREED View Post
    Kangaroo. Tastes like beef, but chewy.
    oh me as well, but i didnt find it chewy.

    Also had a try of Frogs legs and snails.

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    Kanagaroo is alright, I found it a bit dull to be honest.

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    I ate several things in Hong Kong that my hosts wouldn't identify...whatever they were they were very tasty!

    The only thing I refused to eat was served in a large black cauldron in black bubbling liquid...It was when the locals poked it, grunted something and then ignored it that I decided to pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    oh me as well, but i didnt find it chewy.

    Also had a try of Frogs legs and snails.
    Problem was my friend to bbq-ed it cooked it blue so was still hopping on my plate at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    oh me as well, but i didnt find it chewy.

    Also had a try of Frogs legs and snails.
    Frogs legs taste like chicken too, flies... while riding moped with visor open.. ugh! GAG!

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    I think my dad has had horse meat years ago.

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    Whatever it was they served us on the opening night party at the Ruckus Big Dogs conf in Spain. There are no words to describe how vile some of it was. Well, there is a couple of words. Fishmongers counter.
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    Curried sheep brains.... Tasted okay with the spices but had the consistency of scrambled egg. Dares a dare

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    I was going to buy some venison but it was a little dear.

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    Octopus is not strange, its a regular friday night snack in my house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laserblazer View Post
    I was going to buy some venison but it was a little dear.
    Bad!

    Although had that in Egypt just because it was on offer, terrible consistancy and texture

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    I always say im willing to try something atleast once but i think of anything.. how about turtle, turtle eggs, flying fox (bat)..



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