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    Dancing shrimps... dance in your mouth and on your table lol.... they say the lemon cooks them



    Grasshopers not taste that bad btw... they are just a little dry.
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    Yesterday, I picked up a bag of munchy food in my left hand, and my iphone in my right. Since I'm right handed, I naturally put my right hand up to my mouth, thinking I was about to get a handful of yummy cheesy chex mix...instead I bit down on my phone. Wasn't very tasty
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    I meant that to happen silver trophybronze trophy Raffles's Avatar
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    Ate a largeish live beetle once. Very crunchy, didn't taste of much, but was a bit rough on the way down.

    In Peru octopus is commonly on the menu and is good in mixed seafood dishes. You can order it "in its ink" as well, but I'm not a big fan of the ink. Octopus is a bit chewy, but still pretty good. Foreigners always seem a bit put off by it.

    About the kangaroo... I ate that regularly in Australia. I used to buy the mince and make chili con carne, pretty good it was. Kanga bangas (kangaroo sausages) are good too, but dry out easily. The funny thing is that it's a lot cheaper than lamb or beef, but the Australians don't seem to be huge fans of kangaroo and seem to far prefer lamb and beef.

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    Vegemite and kangaroo sausage roll. I'm getting used to vegemite now.

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    Guinea pig. Delicious and not weird at all in fact. I think that title has to go to warm bulls blood. While on a visit to East Africa for the UN I met with some Masai elders in a village where a vein was opened in a bulls neck and collected in a bowl which was then passed around among us. It didn't taste great but then again it didn't taste horrible, it was just very strange to see the donating bull walking serenely back to join it's mates while we supped on it's blood. Yep that was weird.
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    LOL Iguana? It's a lizard.. it was also featured on that show Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmerman when he visited my country Trinidad.

    Here's the link ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by raena View Post
    Wait. You ATE your alarm clock?
    Assuredly not! Gosh, I'm completely sane.

    And when reading some of the responses here, I must say I'm quite content being extremely humble and primitive in my choice of food. Yuck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffles View Post
    About the kangaroo... I ate that regularly in Australia. I used to buy the mince and make chili con carne, pretty good it was. Kanga bangas (kangaroo sausages) are good too, but dry out easily. The funny thing is that it's a lot cheaper than lamb or beef, but the Australians don't seem to be huge fans of kangaroo and seem to far prefer lamb and beef.
    Aha, I eat roo all the time. It's great!

    I think part of the reason why people don't cook it much is because there really is hardly any fat and it's hard to get it right without making it flavourless and chewy. It really still needs to be a bit pink. Another reason is that it's sort of gamey, and some people don't enjoy the flavour.

    I've eaten crocodile and yolla (muttonbird) too. Yolla is sort of oily and smells weird. The crocodile was kind of sweet!
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    Poor lil kangaroo, I know theres too many of them over there but they look so sweet, I bet they would make a great pet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexDawson View Post
    Poor lil kangaroo, I know theres too many of them over there but they look so sweet, I bet they would make a great pet!
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    By far the weirdest thing i have ever eaten was a rabbit and it was not that great

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    I'm a motorcyclist, all I can say is that when you've swallowed a moth at 70mph you learn to put the visor down!!

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    Pigeon, definitely pigeon. I was hungry, there was a cart in Din daeng selling grilled SOMETHING on a shish-ka-bob stick and it only cost me 20 baht a stick, what was I supposed to do? ;-P
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    Quote Originally Posted by foxhead View Post
    I'm a motorcyclist, all I can say is that when you've swallowed a moth at 70mph you learn to put the visor down!!
    Wow! Now thats fast food!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raena View Post
    Wait. You ATE your alarm clock?
    Yep, I 'ATE the way it's always waking me up in the morning.

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    caramel custard.. I hate this most.. I felt like eating some animals flesh..

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    The weirdest thing I have eaten is my wife's chili. She's from New York ... need I say more?

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    French fries with Ice cream as sauce... Cheesy and yet weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TriNi27
    How do I get that breast cancer ribbon in my sig? It won't let me add it. :/ It's saying I'm over the character limit.
    Shorten your signature!

    Or try putting the ribbon in a new line. You have a limit of four lines and sixty-something characters (I think) per line.

    Fiddle with it.

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    What seems weird to one person can be natural to another

    deer, moose, squid, Porbeagle, Pinnekjøtt, reindeer, rose fish, common ling and its roe, blue ling, cusk, cod tongues, cod roe and cod liver, Smalahove ,the angler, Greenland halibut heads, crabs, capelin roe, lagopus, Mountain Hare, Procambarus clarkii, Crab sticks, blue mussel, snail, Gull eggs, Great Cormorant, Seal meat, blood sausage, blood pancakes, blood pudding, raw milk pudding, Lutefisk, grilled stockfish, boknafisk, Raspeball, bone marrow soup, homemade bone marrow bouillon, mushrooms, fish stomach stuffed with it's liver, grilled salmon jaw, grilled cod jaw and probably some other things some of you find weird...

    now, most of these things is not strange to eat here i live, but perhaps some of you find it weird
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    I've also had Alligator in New Orleans at Commander's Palace. It was good.
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    Frog :d not alive, just fried.
    Last edited by ravi_k47; Oct 6, 2009 at 07:54. Reason: correction of typo

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    Used to eat Cicada Molts from trees when i was about 4 playing in the yard


    My son was eating an Earwig about 6 months ago.

    He is one so i guess thats ok

    My wife freaked out as she hates them. They are a bit freaky looking

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    frankly speaking , eatin non-veg is the weirdest thing for me in my life , because i dont know how people can eat an animal/bird which was also living ? how about eating human after death ?
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