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Mechanically reclaimed as said before, you can put pure bone in these machines and you are left with a paste similar in consistency to toothpaste add a few ingredients and you've got sausage meat. As a general rule brain spinal cord, toe nail and hair isnt in your cheap sausage, everything else is.

Ive seen it made, I couldn't give a flying feck as long as it tastes nice.

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Ants.

Those ickle black buggers you get in the garden every spring and summer, when I was much younger and well up for a dare I stuck a stick into a nest, waited for a bunch to crawl up the stick and then brushed them into my mouth.

Appart from being crunchy like hard seeds they didn't taste of anything...But I did taste the acid, it was very bitter. I needed a drink to wash the bitterness away. :?

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puritabed water is orrible, if you have never had the pleasure have a bath and leave the water for a week and then have a mug full!

Had squirrel once, hardly worth the effort if I remember correctly


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everything tastes like chicken to me


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Horse - Kazakhstan and Russia
Durian(sp) fruit (world's smelliest fruit) - Indonesia
Dog, River Eel soup (live baby eels) - South Korea
Ducks Tongues, pickled duck feet, Hairy crab, sea cucumber - China
Goat - Kuwait and Libya

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I've eaten goat in Portugal.

I've always wanted to try Durian. What was it like Slug? Did you have to hold your nose when you ate it? Does it make your breath smell?

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Stoday.

This is going to sound weird, but it smelt like my cat when it's been fighting - sort of musky. Not as bad as folk say.

The taste was like M&S Pannacota, you know those like creamy / custard deserts with jam on top but without the jam LOL. Well tasty mind. But I'd just buy the Pannacota and cut out the 7,000 mile flight LOL

I reckon the whole stinkiest thing in the world is just to get folk to pay over the odds for something that looks like a giant horse chestnut filled with pus.

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As an adult the weirdest thing I've had is alligator (and yes it tasted like chicken), but as a child I used to eat raw hamburger meat, until I got caught.




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To be quite honest I would be pisssssssst offfff if I had alligator and it tasted like chicken, roast beef or even a bigMac. :roll:


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To be quite honest I would be pisssssssst offfff if I had alligator and it tasted like chicken, roast beef or even a bigMac. :roll:


Yeah you'd expect it to have some bite :tongue3:

Sheeps brains in tunisia :pukeleft: should have been veal.


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I had Kangaroo testicles on a flight back from South Africa once.

Also had deep fried chickens feet in South America...... not a lot of eating in them I can assure you!

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To be quite honest I would be pisssssssst offfff if I had alligator and it tasted like chicken, roast beef or even a bigMac. :roll:



I had a KFC ......weird....didn't taste like chicken... :dunno:






















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You are supposed to eat the breadcrumb covering of KFCs. The flavour's in the coating because it's not in their chicken.

Test it. Next time you get a KFC try eating a bit of "chicken" without the bread covering. Blindfold. And guess what it tastes like.

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I worked full-time in China for a number of years, so the list of wierd dishes I've tackled is long and nasty.

I did crispy fried scorpions for breakfast once, accompanied by small frogs (also complete) and also similarly crispy fried.
And there was me, sitting there smiling at my Chinese dining companions, but thinking - Where's the cornflakes?...
Scorpions had a floury taste and texture - once you crunched through.

Insects were difficult the first few times, but after a couple of attempts, they were no longer a problem. Ciccadias were my first encounter. I had a problem with them, but later learned to cope. between grabbing them with the chopsticks and popping them into my mouth, I learned it went better if I closed my eyes.

Toasts to Friendship & Cooperation made with snake blood diluted in moutai (Chinese liquor) and also tortoise bile juice in alcohol. The snakes wre killed beside me at the table and the blood collected by a waitress straight into the drink glasses and then passed around the table. The glasses were topped up with moutai - and so on to the toasts.

Donkey penis, dogs, stewed kitten...all been on the menu. And while you are tackling them, the Chinese watch to see how you are getting on. It's got to go down, othersise it's an insult to the host.

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Oh Yes.... And I have also done rat in south-west China.
They told me it was bamboo rat, but I suspected it was one of the grey variety caught in the restaurant kitchen.

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