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PostPosted: Sat Aug 29, 2009 4:42 pm 
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I have heard that a lot of bugs are delicious when roasted or deep fried. Crunchy and nutty.

I will most likely never eat beets again. Unless someone can convince me that there is a better way to cook them than what I had. Often a violent dislike to a food comes from the method of preparation.


You should ask my Dad for a recipe. According to my Dad beets were the only food that was available after WW 2 in the north of Germany. So my grandma cooked beets again and again in thousands variations.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 29, 2009 4:50 pm 
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Oh, I forgot. Horse meat tastes awful and endives are horrible.

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sabrinaIII wrote:
I have heard that a lot of bugs are delicious when roasted or deep fried. Crunchy and nutty.

I thought Fried Lava Worms were ok. But don't give me rhubarb or squash (especially cooked!)

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My_Name_Is_Fritz wrote:
Oh, I forgot. Horse meat tastes awful and endives are horrible.


One day, we should meet up and I'll cook you horse meat and you will jolly well love it, young man :wink: (or you won't get your pudding).

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 11, 2009 2:17 pm 
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sabrinaIII wrote:
I have heard that a lot of bugs are delicious when roasted or deep fried. Crunchy and nutty.

I will most likely never eat beets again. Unless someone can convince me that there is a better way to cook them than what I had. Often a violent dislike to a food comes from the method of preparation.



Yea! BEETS!

I was wracking my brain to think of something I don't like to eat.
Fucking beets! By themselves they absolutely suck out loud.

But, they are the BEST way to spice up an otherwise run-of-the-mill
potato salad. Canned peas, too.

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espanglish wrote:
sabrinaIII wrote:
I have heard that a lot of bugs are delicious when roasted or deep fried. Crunchy and nutty.

I will most likely never eat beets again. Unless someone can convince me that there is a better way to cook them than what I had. Often a violent dislike to a food comes from the method of preparation.



Yea! BEETS!

I was wracking my brain to think of something I don't like to eat.
Fucking beets! By themselves they absolutely suck out loud.

But, they are the BEST way to spice up an otherwise run-of-the-mill
potato salad. Canned peas, too.


Also...Shkembe Chorba, Bulgarian Tripe Soup
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkfganmK2z8

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Some time ago when I visited Budapest I saw sheepsbrain pizza. Looked awful, I dared not taste it.
Also, testicles.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 12, 2009 3:18 am 
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lamb
mutton
pork chops
eggs
cabbage
cauliflower
liver
kidney
black pudding (scottish dish of congealed pig's blood)
haggis
rabbit
duck
mince
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 12, 2009 8:47 am 
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Goodness - what DO you eat then? :wink:

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 18, 2009 10:26 am 
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Tripe (it smells so bad) and horse.

I've tried bull testicles, brain, tongue, and other organs while living in Spain, but that was when I was younger and adventurous.


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Gee, you were brave indeed...

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Does liquid food count as well ? In this case I would like to add:

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Awful.

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Animals (land, sea or air), aubergines, celery, garlic.

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My_Name_Is_Fritz wrote:
Does liquid food count as well ? In this case I would like to add:

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Awful.

And, you never know where that finger has been.
(or...maybe you do!)

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thenoisydrum wrote:
calvin2hikers wrote:
Lots of stuff. I'm a very picky eater.


Spill the, ahem, beans......


Onions. Peppers. Radishes. Mincemeat. Lamb. Veal. Crab. Lobster. Mussels. Mayonaisse. Squash. Artichokes. Cabbage. Shallots. Many other things.


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calvin2hikers wrote:
thenoisydrum wrote:
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Lots of stuff. I'm a very picky eater.


Spill the, ahem, beans......


Onions. Peppers. Radishes. Mincemeat. Lamb. Veal. Crab. Lobster. Mussels. Mayonaisse. Squash. Artichokes. Cabbage. Shallots. Many other things.


Out of that list, why does cabbage make me laugh?

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With sauerkraut?
HHHMMMMMMMMMMMHH...

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ImageYECCCCHHH! :P

As for me: CLAMS! (They look like thick gobs of phlegm!)

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How eating people can destroy your social life
Indonesian Muslim cannibal who was jailed after he dug up a dead woman’s body and devoured it, promises his people-eating days are over.
She was delicious,” Sumanto told AFP from his room at a Muslim mental rehabilitation centre in rural Central Java. “I love meat… all types of meat as long as it’s cooked. But I don’t eat people anymore.”
But after a lengthy stint in prison, the former farmer now longs for the taste of love. “What is love? How can I describe it when I’ve never experienced it, never tasted it?”
Sumanto said his cannibal days are over and that spinach was all he ate nowadays in a bid to be accepted back into normal village life. ”I’m sad. People said so many bad things about me. I will strive to get the villagers to open their hearts and accept me again,” he said.
But his plea for love doesn’t seem to be working. He was rejected by his village upon his release from prison with a next-door neighbour fearing she could be Sumanto’s next meal.
“Sumanto? That corpse-eater. He was a bad-tempered man who often stole our rice and chickens,” she said. She said she would never forget the stench of death and the sight of a bowl of whitish-yellow human flesh drenched in soy sauce.
“There’ll be chaos if he ever comes back. I don’t want him to kill me and have me for dinner.”
Despite admitting his love for meat - and spinach - Sumanto said he will now survive on “water, vitamins and minerals” alone if it helped him find love.
“Meat is definitely nicer than vegetables, but if there’s no meat I can make do with grass. It’s healthy and I could braise or stir-fry it to make it taste good,” he said. AUSTRALIA NEWS

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animals ................ no need to !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Mr_Green_Genes wrote:
With sauerkraut?
HHHMMMMMMMMMMMHH...


I like sauerkraut. But not cabbage.


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humble pie :wink:

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humble pie :wink:


Ah, I think everyone should try this at least once!
(The idiom, not the band - they're disgusting)

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Pineal Glands

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