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Ever eaten an exotic meat?
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Does opposum/manicou count?
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Whately wrote:

I ate a human once.




xeneria wrote:


Whately wrote:

I ate a human once.


only ONCE??

You have to eat more, every human tastes different, eating only one isn't nearly enough.



These are things I would have expected to read from Phersu... http://www.crunchyroll.com/user/Phersu

If I remember correctly, Phersu said, he was an Eldritch Abomination... I think those eat people...

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I ate some green meet in a ROK (South Korean Army) chow hall.. no idea what it was...

As I was only one a a very few Americans there and all the other people had the same green meet I wasn't gonna complain or offend.

Still don't know what it was to this day, probably don't want to know





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eightcar wrote:

I ate some green meet in a ROK (South Korean Army) chow hall.. no idea what it was...

As I was only one a a very few Americans there and all the other people had the same green meet I wasn't gonna complain or offend.

Still don't know what it was to this day, probably don't want to know


must.... resist.... dog.... joke....


So did it taste like Snoopy or Rin Tin Tin?
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learyan wrote:


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CalifCat wrote:

I don't know if goat is exotic, but it tasted awful or maybe the chef was awful.


The chef was awful. I can make some goat gyros that are delicious


goats a the best =D

i ate a dog
i was a kid
didnt know it was a dog
i ate a dog
left over was fed to the dog
even the dog didnt know
we ate dog
bow


How did you manage to eat a dog?
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Le Mcdonald?
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At brain in Thailand, it was in raw blood and tasted delicious.
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I guess?

Assuming frog, snail, stingray, and mantis shrimp count.
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Hmm... Moose (which isn't exotic to me since I'm Canadian haha), goat, duck, goose, ostrich, a variety of small game and fishes while I traveled abroad, mmh, rabbit and frog legs. There were a few meats I tried when I was in Africa, but I don't recall (nothing illegal for sure though) Someone said prawns were expensive but they aren't where I live, but I don't like shellfish and I've tried most since I leave on the coast. I think that's about it. And I know some of those may not seem "exotic," but depending where people... I just skipped the less usual ones.
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I eat salty placenta on a regular basis.
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Yes. Check this photo below. This is called a balut (spelled standardized as balot) is a developing duck embryo (fertilized duck egg) that is boiled and eaten in the shell. It is commonly sold as streetfood in our country.




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polar bear, whale and more species of seal than i can remember.

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Venison.

Balut (duck embryo). They sell only chicken embryos at the Asian markets in the US.

Dog (not in the US). Don't judge me. "When you are in Rome do as the Romans do".

Raw coagulated blood (chicken, duck, or pig) taste not bad. Weird thing is they don't have the smell of blood.
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I ate horse meat when I was in Nagano but that's like the only time in my life that I've eaten meat that might be considered "exotic"
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ive tried snake. its like a combination of fish and chicken meat. taste and texture wise

i would like to try different types of venison sometime.

i had the chance to try rat meat but no thanks.
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Miss_Jia wrote:

Yes. Check this photo below. This is called a balut (spelled standardized as balot) is a developing duck embryo (fertilized duck egg) that is boiled and eaten in the shell. It is commonly sold as streetfood in our country.




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My mother, siblings, and many friends eat those all the time! But when I ask how they convinced themselves to eat them in the first place, the answer is always "I don't know." How did you convince yourself to eat it initially?? Every time my family ate them I'd always take my food elsewhere
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