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Old 05-31-2005, 12:15 PM   #1
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Hi there. I wanted to make a suggestion to those intersted in a good laugh despite some adult language and sanity eroding images. Some here might remember that I posted a link to this site before (many found it funny) so let me tell you... there's an update! For those not in the know this is what it's about:

A particularly foulmouthed critic samples a variety of "taboo" foods from his own grocery market, ranging from pickled pork rinds to fermented soybeans. The most recent is huitlacoche, a true mexican delicacy but I must agree that it's one of the most terrifying sights in the food industry (imagine a corn kernel so swollen with black fungus it's 4 times it's original size like some giant blister).

For those interested type "steve dont eat it" (its hosted at "the sneeze") into a yahoo search and dont cry to me latter that I didint warn you about the disturbing recipies such as a "begging strips, lettuce and tomato sandwich".

Here's how he describes it: "To put it simply, this is the devil's bacon. Even a healthy dose of bread, mayo, lettuce and tomato couldn't come close to masking the evil. The bitter nastiness literally got worse with every chew, and I was overcome by the urge to go in the backyard and eat grass until it was all out of me"

If you do check it out drop me a line to say what you thought...

My english, she's not so good... I meant to say I did it with the malice of forethought.
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