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Weird combination. Bite the ends off a peguin (chocolate bar not bird!) dunk it in a mug of hot tea/ coffee/ chocolate and suck.
The biscuit dissolves and is rich and cholcolatey. It may be too girly.


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Camels milk - very, very sweet. Ostrich, kangeroo and aligator are no longer weird. Ostrich is so leam and a healthy option to beef.

I was in Spain recently and heard a story (from my Mum :roll: - who lives very close to multispacer) and a guest at a Chinese restaurant (a big chain) choked and died. The autopsy revealed he choked on a mirco chip....as in the chips they put in dogs :shock: :sad:


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I love the two hairy bikers. they once ate dog on their programme.
I couldn't I'm too attached to the little mutts.


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Some peoples eat insect lavæ. I have not done so, even though they are a good source of protein.

Probably the nearest thing that's normally eaten in the UK is shrimps. Before they are cooked their flesh is very much like a skinned caterpiller's. I guess they'd taste much the same.


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Sardines and dairy milk chocolate washed down with muddy water from a stream, filtered and puritabed.

Curry and rice with slug pellets in. A very long story.

licking giblets :shock: for a silly bet.

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Sardines and dairy milk chocolate


I hope it wasn't Crapbury's.

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I once heard someone on the radio who tasted pet food for a living. Now that is disgusting! don't they pull the heads off grubs before they eat them because the're bitter?


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You'd be bitter too.

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I once watched one of the TV programmes where they followed the Brits on holiday and one girl was eating cat food for a bet, she said it was awful especially the crunchy bits of bone :pukeleft:

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UHM,

It's the 'animal derivatives ' that get me. There must be some dodgy things that can be called that.


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just what is 'mechanicaly reclaimed' when used for food :scratch:

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It can be the bits of meat that, skin, sinew, fat. Anything that sticks to the carcass. Yuck!! No wonder my dog gets sick of his food. :puke: :puke:


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Spam fritters at school. Yuck!!


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