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#91221 - 07/26/14 04:57 PM Re: Weirdest Things You Have Eaten [Re: SIN3]
The Blackangel Offline
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Registered: 09/03/07
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Loc: Missouri
Octopus for me. It tasted ok, but was like chewing on rubber. It's almost impossible to break down to swallow it.

Beef nuts. They tasted like shit to me. My father tricked me into trying them.

I have tried caviar, and surprise surprise - they tasted too fishy for my taste.

I have also eaten rabbit, squirrel, and raccoon. The squirrel and rabbit were really good, but the coon had a bit too much of a gamey taste.

All kinds of birds - quail, pheasant, and dove to name a few.


Edited by The Blackangel (07/26/14 04:58 PM)
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#96958 - 02/26/15 07:09 AM Re: Weirdest Things You Have Eaten [Re: The Blackangel]
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I used to have a friend who worked at an animal hospital/vet and one day a poor little kitten came in w/ a broken leg. Anyway, after multiple attempts to fix the leg, it wasn't healing and so they were forced to amputate. Now, the leg was just going to be thrown in the trash, so my friend put it in a bag in the freezer and brought it home for me to eat. So I skinned it, boiled it a bit then fried it w/ some brandy and seasoning. It taste just like chicken! It really did!

Also, I once ate a moth. Don't eat a moth.

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#96978 - 02/26/15 06:11 PM Re: Weirdest Things You Have Eaten [Re: MisterOwl]
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I'm going to add 'Buzz Buttons' to my list. My blog here includes some details and links to places you can buy them to have your own Taste Trip.



I've tried all sorts of edible flowers but nothing quite like this. You'll have to try it yourself to get the full experience. It makes your mouth buzz then neutralizes the Miracle Berry tablets I took beforehand (these alter the taste of sweet & sour foods).

Totally weird!
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#97694 - 03/18/15 09:50 PM Re: Weirdest Things You Have Eaten [Re: SIN3]
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Living in TX now, I can add tripas(kinda like Chitlins), lengua(tongue), and menudo(intestine, hominy soup). I refuse to eat the sweetbreads, grilled guts, brains, eyes etc.
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#97698 - 03/18/15 10:12 PM Re: Weirdest Things You Have Eaten [Re: fakepropht]
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I endorse everything in your list, including the parts you won't eat. I promise that sweetbreads and brains are way better than they sound. Eyes can go either way. Lengua tacos are fucking amazing though. That's one of the things about moving to Colorado that I'm most looking forward to.
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#97717 - 03/19/15 02:40 PM Re: Weirdest Things You Have Eaten [Re: fakepropht]
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 Originally Posted By: fakepropht
Living in TX now, I can add tripas(kinda like Chitlins), lengua(tongue), and menudo(intestine, hominy soup). I refuse to eat the sweetbreads, grilled guts, brains, eyes etc.


Your first post after vanishing off the map for 6 years is about THIS? LOL.

Glad to see the rumours of your death were vastly overstated. \:\)
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#97724 - 03/19/15 05:30 PM Re: Weirdest Things You Have Eaten [Re: fakepropht]
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Some fungus called, "chicken of the forest." It grows on the trees up north here. They are considered to be a delicacy. It was good fried with a little salt.
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#97738 - 03/20/15 10:30 AM Re: Weirdest Things You Have Eaten [Re: Dan_Dread]
fakepropht Moderator Offline
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Hey, I'm just sticking my toe in the water. Still trying to catch up and remember folks. Now if you don't mind, I'm off to finish my pig penis taco.
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#99625 - 05/13/15 01:26 PM Re: Weirdest Things You Have Eaten [Re: fakepropht]
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The Weirdest thing I have Eaten was Cacoa with sour cream in it.
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#99649 - 05/13/15 11:43 PM Re: Weirdest Things You Have Eaten [Re: Kdosda Hegen]
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The weirdest (to me) thing I've eaten so far would have to be a live beetle (while intoxicated, and in a state of substance-induced hypomania lol). I'm not sure what kind it was, but it was BIG, haha, and it bit back.

The weirdest (again, to me) things I'd like to try eating would have to be human flesh (no, NOT Dahmer style), live monkey brains, live baby octopi/us/whatev., and that fish.. um, fugu is it? That poisonous/potentially fatal if not prepared *just right* puffer fish.

I'd love to be a filthy rich, eccentric, weirdO someday. \:\)


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#108639 - 09/13/16 03:01 AM Re: Weirdest Things You Have Eaten [Re: MReynolds]
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I've eaten Kangaroo and Wallaby but I would probably call that more unusual than weird. And when I was a cook on a cattle property I would crumb and cook buckets of calf testicles during marking season. They are actually really yummy!

I have a pretty adventurous pallet and will pretty much try everything, including the local cuisine in foreign countries that they warn you could make you sick. I figure if the locals eat it then it is okay...

Funnily enough, the one thing that I cannot stomach is straight milk! It makes me dry-reach and I can only have it with flavour or on cereal or in stuff. When I was younger I tried on many occasions to conquer this aversion but it is just disgusting!


Edited by ShadowLover (09/13/16 03:02 AM)
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#108733 - 09/15/16 06:01 PM Re: Weirdest Things You Have Eaten [Re: ShadowLover]
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I've eaten a rattlesnake, many alligators and octopus as well.

Once, on a dare (and I was drunk) I ate a june bug and a spider.

Oh, that reminds me, I've also eaten crickets. My son had a bag of them with some kind of Dorito like seasoning on them that he got from the Asian grocery store.
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#109494 - 10/12/16 11:25 PM Re: Weirdest Things You Have Eaten [Re: morgoth]
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Loc: San Diego, CA
My parents went to Peru and picked out the guinea pigs that they were going to eat for dinner. There were just a shit-load of guinea pigs running around the restaurant. It was like with lobsters except with fur and squeaking.

I wonder if a boiled guinea pig screams?
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#109533 - 10/16/16 05:17 AM Re: Weirdest Things You Have Eaten [Re: Soulvei]
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Registered: 08/28/16
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Loc: Tonopah Arizona
While in the army, we use to make coffee with mountain dew we nicknamed it jet fuel. I find that the strangest. In ranger, training ate a lot of strange things. Nothing stranger than others listed.
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#116426 - 06/21/18 12:40 PM Re: Weirdest Things You Have Eaten [Re: Tropix]
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A recipe of mine:

Spicy Silkworms with Noodles (gluten-free)

Ingredients:

1 package of thawed and rinsed silkworms
About 3 cups finely shredded cabbage or other brassica
1-2 carrots, in matchsticks
1-2 celery stalks cut thin on the bias
10 bird's-eye chillies, quartered lengthwise
Half an onion, jullianned
Several whole cloves of garlic, sliced thin (add last)
1/2 package (enough for 4-6 servings) rice noodles of your choice, prepared according to directions

Sauces,seasonings, and oils:
4 Tb fish sauce
4 Tb low-sodium soy or tamari sauce
2 Tb sesame oil
2 Tb shrimp paste (add first)
2 Tb chili-garlic paste (this and the above can be replaced with guisedo babong, which is basically both, but note the sodium content varies by brand)
2 ts brown sugar
Black and white pepper to taste


For garnish:
Radish florets
Thin sliced radishes
Diced pickled turnips
Sunflower seeds
Cilantro
Lime wedges

Directions:

Fry room-temp silk worms in hot oil until desired doneness and set aside

Saute vegetables, adding one at a time (1-2 min intervals) by density until bright and just tender

Add sauces and oils, cook for about 90 seconds

Toss with noodles and silk worms until noodles have absorbed the sauce

Serve with garnishes

Serves 4-6
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