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« Reply #1 on: 14/12/2009 23:22:25 »
Tasted like chicken?!?
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« Reply #2 on: 15/12/2009 00:01:01 »
Hee hee hee hee..

For me it would be Squid or Elk!

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« Reply #3 on: 15/12/2009 00:35:02 »
Chicken periods. [:P]

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« Reply #4 on: 15/12/2009 00:35:30 »
Squid is a very popular food (here at least).. we eat it often. Some Australian 'bush tucker' would rank up there with the most unusual food I have eaten.

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« Reply #5 on: 15/12/2009 01:22:27 »
In Trinidad I had curried armadillo.  The dish is called tatoo.
I also had sea turtle while I was there. 
Tatoo is good, sea turtle is not.
The best I had there was a chowder called Coquina made from Donax variabilis mollusks. 
 


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« Reply #6 on: 15/12/2009 03:10:11 »
done kangaroo its rich and wasnt too my pallete but it was in a cheep hotel in lyon
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« Reply #7 on: 15/12/2009 03:24:38 »
raw squid tentacle

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« Reply #8 on: 15/12/2009 06:16:51 »
Lasagna with moose [:)]

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« Reply #9 on: 15/12/2009 11:19:24 »
Squid is a very popular food (here at least).. we eat it often. Some Australian 'bush tucker' would rank up there with the most unusual food I have eaten.
What is "Bush Tucker" JnA?

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« Reply #10 on: 15/12/2009 12:01:01 »
Squid is a very popular food (here at least).. we eat it often. Some Australian 'bush tucker' would rank up there with the most unusual food I have eaten.
What is "Bush Tucker" JnA?

Bush Tucker is anything that you find in the bush (that won't kill you to eat) Native Aboriginals live on it exclusively prior to European settlement. "tucker" means food.
Apart form native bush berries and fruits, like wild bananas and melons and nuts from various trees, some of the more obscure foods include goanna (a type of lizard), snake and ants. Witchetty Grubs (the larvae of a moth) are deceptively tasty, are are honey ants. But being fairly coastal, there are also a variety of sea going creatures, not unlike the ones eaten around the world.
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« Reply #11 on: 15/12/2009 12:11:01 »
Ostrick egg

But i've also had squid in its own ink :)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZGcNx8nV8U

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« Reply #12 on: 15/12/2009 12:17:03 »
Tasted like chicken?!?
Hahaahaaa!!

No... I think he meant that the dog would be eaten... eesshh...
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« Reply #13 on: 15/12/2009 12:18:03 »
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done kangaroo its rich and wasnt too my pallete but it was in a cheep hotel in lyon
he Elk I ate had excellent flavor and was covered in a rasberry sauce.. It was the leanest meat I have ever eaten.. the tenderest also.. 0 fat that I could see. dense and tasty.. but the rasberry sauce did something that I did not like. but the idea was also bothering me ..Honestly the taste was ok.. not wild or anything..It was Very expensive.... LOL and a teeny tiny portion..two maybe two ounce pieces...

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« Reply #14 on: 15/12/2009 12:19:37 »
Squid is a very popular food (here at least).. we eat it often. Some Australian 'bush tucker' would rank up there with the most unusual food I have eaten.
What is "Bush Tucker" JnA?

Bush Tucker is anything that you find in the bush (that won't kill you to eat) Native Aboriginals live on it exclusively prior to European settlement. "tucker" means food.
Apart form native bush berries and fruits, like wild bananas and melons and nuts from various trees, some of the more obscure foods include goanna (a type of lizard), snake and ants. Witchetty Grubs (the larvae of a moth) are deceptively tasty, are are honey ants. But being fairly coastal, there are also a variety of sea going creatures, not unlike the ones eaten around the world.
Thanks Jna...Nice post interesting foods...that I could never eat... or at least I do not think I could?

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« Reply #15 on: 15/12/2009 12:24:30 »
Ostrick egg

But i've also had squid in its own ink :)

Neil rode an ostrich but I wonder if he ever tried the eggs?


Mr. Scientist was the egg good..?
Are you serious about the Squid being served in its own ink?

Hey Squid Calamari and Octopus arent they basically one nd the same? What about flavor..? I thought Calimari and Squid were the same, am I wrong in that assumption?

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« Reply #16 on: 15/12/2009 12:30:57 »
Ostrick egg

But i've also had squid in its own ink :)

Neil rode an ostrich but I wonder if he ever tried the eggs?


Mr. Scientist was the egg good..?
Are you serious about the Squid being served in its own ink?

Hey Squid Calamari and Octopus arent they basically one nd the same? What about flavor..? I thought Calimari and Squid were the same, am I wrong in that assumption?

It was Calamari, and your completely right. They are the same, just that calamari is a japanese dish :)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZGcNx8nV8U

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« Reply #17 on: 15/12/2009 12:31:18 »
Oh, and the egg... tasted strong to me :)
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« Reply #18 on: 15/12/2009 12:36:31 »
Ostrick egg

But i've also had squid in its own ink :)

Neil rode an ostrich but I wonder if he ever tried the eggs?


Mr. Scientist was the egg good..?
Are you serious about the Squid being served in its own ink?

Hey Squid Calamari and Octopus arent they basically one nd the same? What about flavor..? I thought Calimari and Squid were the same, am I wrong in that assumption?


Calamari is the name for squid once it's been cooked with a Mediterranean flavour (calamari is Italian) But the name is, these days, interchangeable for cooked squid.

Octopus and squid are two different creatures, but both are Cephalopods (along with cuttlefish) Octopus, IMO, tastes different to squid, and is somewhat chewier.

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« Reply #19 on: 15/12/2009 12:51:07 »
also ate ostrich and horse.  snails and frogs.......  well what did you exspect
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« Reply #20 on: 15/12/2009 12:56:36 »
Ostrick egg

But i've also had squid in its own ink :)

Neil rode an ostrich but I wonder if he ever tried the eggs?


Mr. Scientist was the egg good..?
Are you serious about the Squid being served in its own ink?

Hey Squid Calamari and Octopus arent they basically one nd the same? What about flavor..? I thought Calimari and Squid were the same, am I wrong in that assumption?

It was Calamari, and your completely right. They are the same, just that calamari is a japanese dish :)
Thank you for explaining....:)What is "bush Tuck

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« Reply #21 on: 15/12/2009 13:02:03 »
Ostrick egg

But i've also had squid in its own ink :)

Neil rode an ostrich but I wonder if he ever tried the eggs?


Mr. Scientist was the egg good..?
Are you serious about the Squid being served in its own ink?

Hey, Squid, Calamari and Octopus, aren't they basically one and the same? What about flavor..? I thought Calamari and Squid were the same, am I wrong in that assumption?


Calamari is the name for squid once it's been cooked with a Mediterranean flavour (calamari is Italian) But the name is, these days, interchangeable for cooked squid.

Octopus and squid are two different creatures, but both are Cephalopods (along with cuttlefish) Octopus, IMO, tastes different to squid, and is somewhat chewier.

Thank you.. so are they, the octopus and Squid related like cousins or some such thing..? If they are two different creatures does that nul the possibility of them being related?

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« Reply #22 on: 15/12/2009 13:03:12 »
in the greque's around paris there is no knowing what meat your buying
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« Reply #23 on: 15/12/2009 13:05:35 »
also ate ostrich and horse.  snails and frogs.......  well what did you exspect

OOOH the snails and frogs would make me barf..lol ...Yuck... Number one the frogs are so cute... the snails ,, just yuck,,,,,LOL..

LOL Indeedy.. LOL...What a Pallet you have!

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« Reply #24 on: 15/12/2009 13:07:06 »
in the greque's around paris there is no knowing what meat your buying

What are greque's?  Does that mean beware of eating in these places?

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« Reply #25 on: 15/12/2009 13:08:46 »
there of the same kindom, phylum, class and subclass but deferent superorder and order. yep there related... just
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« Reply #26 on: 15/12/2009 13:11:30 »
the "greque" means anywhere they sell kebebs on a stiiiiick, its like Grecians take-aways.

having said that real greek food is awsome
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« Reply #27 on: 16/12/2009 10:53:27 »
there of the same kindom, phylum, class and subclass but deferent superorder and order. yep there related... just
Thank you geo.

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« Reply #28 on: 16/12/2009 10:55:04 »
the "greque" means anywhere they sell kebebs on a stiiiiick, its like Grecians take-aways.

having said that real greek food is awsome
Yes It is delicious for the most part!
Thanks  again Geo.. I have learned something new!

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« Reply #29 on: 16/12/2009 11:19:58 »
in the greque's around paris there is no knowing what meat your buying

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... trio of homeless men were arrested in Russia - accused of murdering the man with knives and a hammer.

Prosecutors revealed: "After carrying out the crime, the corpse was divided up - part of it was eaten and part of it was sold to a kiosk selling kebabs and pies."

Suspicions were raised when dismembered parts of a human body were found near a bus stop in the outskirts of the Russian city of Perm - which is 720 miles east of Moscow.
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« Reply #30 on: 16/12/2009 12:10:16 »
Crubeens and chips

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« Reply #31 on: 16/12/2009 13:17:04 »
Oh my gosh....That is scary!

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« Reply #32 on: 16/12/2009 23:43:23 »
a pigs head inc eye balls..... POP! POP! [:o]

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« Reply #33 on: 17/12/2009 13:01:58 »
Dude You do not have a clue what a weak stomach I have.. This thread has already gagged me several times with just the thoughts alone of sampling some of the above mentioned items...Bluuuuck!

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« Reply #34 on: 17/12/2009 14:48:48 »
I can't think of anything really out of the ordinary I've eaten. Frog legs, snails, octopus and squid I've had, but don't think them odd. Tripe I've had and quite honestly I think I might just as well have eaten a bathroom sponge. The most disgusting, which I think I may have mentioned before, was a French offal sausage. It quite literally smelt like the chef had fried one of his own turds. Needless to say, I didn't eat any of it.
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« Reply #35 on: 17/12/2009 18:03:15 »
LOL..LOL That sounds so gross! Yuckkkkky!

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« Reply #36 on: 17/12/2009 23:22:49 »
I was stationed in Germany during my military stay and discovered a sausage called: Blutwurst

Translated into English that would be: Blood sausage.

It's made with pork and beef, small pieces of heart, kidney, and an assortment of other internal organs. These items are mixed together in the blood of the animal along with spices and allowed to clot. The product is then aged and allowed to dry substantually producing a sausage with a very deep purple color.

It's extremely good cut into small pieces and spread over fried potatoes. As the potatoes fry, the blood sausage will literally melt over the potatoes as they cook.

Yummy, yummy, in my tummy. I must say, it's one of my favorite sausages.

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« Reply #37 on: 18/12/2009 03:01:16 »
Ok I admit it.
The doggiest thing I have eaten was a pickled pig's foot from a jar behind the bar in a pool hall.

The jar of pickled eggs next to it however, no, wouldn't touch that.

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« Reply #38 on: 21/12/2009 06:17:11 »
Palm heart
Bamboo shoots
Sea Weed
Kimchi
Sauerkraut
Fiddlehead Ferns
Breadfruit
Morels
Chanterelles
Boiled Peanuts
Monkey Apple
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But the most unusual would probably be Polk Salad.
I prefer Collards though. 
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« Reply #39 on: 21/12/2009 09:56:26 »
Speaking of pickled eggs¹ (or just eggs in general) has anyone ever tried "balut", a specialty food of the Philippines and other parts of Asia?  They use fertilized chicken or duck eggs, almost fully developed, and they boil them in the shell, and eat them like a hard-boiled egg.  They say the whole thing is edible, except the shell of course.  Definitely different....

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« Reply #40 on: 21/12/2009 10:01:57 »
Palm heart
Bamboo shoots
Sea Weed
Kimchi
Sauerkraut
Fiddlehead Ferns
Breadfruit
Morels
Chanterelles
Boiled Peanuts
Monkey Apple
Pommecythere


But the most unusual would probably be Polk Salad.
I prefer Collards though. 

I love Bamboo shoots in stir fry's as well as Chanterelles.
I hate Sauerkraut  at least in Saurkraut form but love cabbage otherwise.
I had sea weed in some souchi(sorry spelling is wrong. anyone have a clue?) it was not bad but salty a bit slimy if not done right.

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« Reply #41 on: 21/12/2009 11:37:49 »
The ugliest vegetable I've eaten has to be celeriac - lovely stuff, but not pretty.

I've eaten some strange things in places like Thailand, Indonesia & Bolivia:

Deep fried cockroaches (which just taste of crunchy oil - not a pleasant experience),
Honey ants (lovely - you just bite the abdomen off - it's more a syrup flavour than honey, but really nice)
Grubs (not good)
Rattan hearts (a bit like palm hearts - quite nice really)
Lemon ants (more like termites, they live in lumpy nests on trees in South America - just slice off a but of the nest and they come swarming - they taste of sherbet - sort of fizzy and citrus).

Most of this was as part of Jungle training - when doing research in rainforests it's important to know what you can and can't eat, in case you get stranded or lost.

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« Reply #42 on: 21/12/2009 13:08:30 »
Yuckky.. LOL I am glad it was you doing the Jungle training and not me!

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« Reply #43 on: 21/12/2009 14:40:03 »
LOL No Its not you LOL... I do not like cilantro.. I try to but I don't like it.. Always give my ex the worse breath ever imaginable and no matter how many times he brushed his teeth.. the smell was in his breath for several days.. like someone who is an alcoholic and their skin exudes the aroma always... his breath was like that with cilantro! YIKES....

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« Reply #44 on: 21/12/2009 17:05:17 »
I think cilantro is magical.
Raw carrots on the other hand--pass.
It's their texture I can't stand.


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What’s the strangest food you have eaten
« Reply #45 on: 22/12/2009 09:04:56 »
I love raw carrots . I cannot eat cilantro just to eat it and have had very few things I like it in. I basically do not like it not to say I have not had things it was good in if not too overpowering.l a little goes a long way!

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« Reply #46 on: 23/12/2009 00:59:51 »
One of the strangest foods, I eat regularly is the excretion of a plant louse thrown up by bees *yammi*

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« Reply #47 on: 27/12/2009 16:26:52 »
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« Reply #49 on: 29/12/2009 05:51:36 »
Haggis is very nice, but cilantro is disgusting! Is it a by-product of petroleum production?
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