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Old 12-15-2004, 02:16 PM   #1
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Strangest food you ever ate

For me it was frogs legs, escargot, and quail. Didnt like any of them.

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I ate frog's legs too at a place in N'awlens. Talk about visually off-putting! It really does taste like chicken, tho. :roll: Also had a crab cake that had a whole softshell crab in it. That was, um, interesting. Had a relative that made something called "Chocolate Beef." Beef chunks cooked in blood! Thanks, but I'll take McDonalds any day!
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Old 12-15-2004, 02:25 PM   #3
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Antelope and Emu. I hope to eat some more adventurous things though. I just have not had the opportunity yet.
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Old 12-15-2004, 02:57 PM   #4
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I ate frog's legs too at a place in N'awlens. Talk about visually off-putting! It really does taste like chicken, tho. :roll: Also had a crab cake that had a whole softshell crab in it. That was, um, interesting. Had a relative that made something called "Chocolate Beef." Beef chunks cooked in blood! Thanks, but I'll take McDonalds any day!
We eat the same thing here, we call it chocolate meat. It's a Filipino dish.
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Old 12-15-2004, 04:32 PM   #5
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nothing i know about and i want to keep it that way
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I can't come up with anything either. I wish I were a more daring eater but tend to be too hesitant. 1 too many experiences with food poisoning, I guess.
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i'm just very picky
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Hey, no offense about the "chocolate meat" thing, Wasabi! Cultural differences, I guess! :roll: :D
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i'm just very picky
As long as you enjoy what you eat, that's all that matters!
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nothing i know about and i want to keep it that way
Good choice, middie. You would not want to know.
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