What's good to eat at the 2008 Olympics

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    Now serving - Lunch and dinner. What would you like to order :confused:

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    Would you eat this crap?? ​
     
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    Seriously, I would love someone who has eaten some of that stuff to tell us what it tastes like. Also, how do you eat a sea urchin? :confused:
     
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    Glad to see they added some red peppers to the goat lungs to spice things up, ya know? :eek:
     
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    I have a Thai (well, Cambodian before the borders changed) friend who says crickets are good....

    She's a Buddhist and primarily a vegetarian, but she said she has a weakness for crickets, which are sold in bins by vendors....

    I can handle almost anything if it's cooked....but I don't think I could do the bug thing.
     
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    In fact, as much as I love lobster, I have a hard time with it because it looks like a big sea cockroach to me. And crabs....what are they but big ugly spiders?

    Blech.
     
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    :disbelief: I'm afraid to ask if anyone has eaten "Dung Beetles" .... I may :cheeky-smiley-018: aka Puke!
     
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    It's like, why not skip the intermediary and just eat shit plain?
     
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    At least here in the US .... the 'older' military guys might remember S.O.S ??
     
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    But it wasn't made out of bugs........

    My dad actually liked it, and I can remember mom making it for him once in a while.
     
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    My husband STILL likes it :eusa_shifty:
     

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