Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by random3434, Nov 24, 2008.
Or strangest, most disgusting or exotic...................
Does 'I don't know' count? I ate a few things in India that would have been rude to ask questions about.
If I have to know what it was I suppose escargot... culinary proof that anything soaked in enough garlic and butter tastes o.k.
Just ate some Durian the other day. I had never heard of it before. A very odd fruit that you either love or it makes you want to puke. It has the consistency of a custard. Some hotels in Asia forbid you to even bring one into your room because of the odor.
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I've tried weird foods like escargot, frog legs, venison, different ethnic foods but the weirdest thing I've heard (but never done) is when Yogis eat rope to clean the digestive system.
They swallow a piece of rope, it goes through the digestive process and is kind of pulled through at the very end of said process...
Maybe this is the time to tell you all about pulling the tinsel out of my cat's butt????
I'm a picky eater. If I don't know exactly what it is and what animal or plant it comes from, I don't eat it.
I did that to my daughter's dog. It wasn't tinsel but she used to eat grass and kind of longish twigs...
Your getting a rep for that one.
i was thinking gator or snake...snails are just another reason to eat butter...frog legs are great...buffalo is dry..too dry for my taste
My dad is the consummate hunter. He kills it and rips out the heart and than cooks it. So nothing much ever shocked me.
He's also a fantastic cook.
One day he put stew in front of me and said "Eat it". I did, it was delicious. And then the told me it was Squirrel Stew!
so where'd you get it? Hanging around in India on your off days? lol
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