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Old 03-05-2013, 11:22 AM
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You eat that anytime you eat pork sausage... it's the casing.
In some cases; most often the home made and butcher market varieties. The more commercial brands are almost always made of cellulose or collagen, which are also used for manufacturing wieners.
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Old 03-05-2013, 01:10 PM
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Snails, it wasn't that bad

And eels at a japanese restaurant ... never again
If the eels are prepared the Mediterranean way, coated with flour or something else and pan fried crisp, they're not unlike catfish. In fact they'd really good Cajun style.
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In some cases; most often the home made and butcher market varieties. The more commercial brands are almost always made of cellulose or collagen, which are also used for manufacturing wieners.
True, the cellulose or collagen is probably cheaper and easier to come by than enough intestines.
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You eat that anytime you eat pork sausage... it's the casing.
Also when you eat Fei-Chang
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I ate a fish heart once but apart from that I don't think I've had anything particularly strange.
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Oops..posted this in the wrong place...jsut move along...nothing to see here

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raw quail eggs. grashopper, cockroach (both candy/chocalate coated.ill try any/everything given the chance.
so i am sad my list is short and lame i feel im missing something though
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I ate crocodile once. It takes like chicken.

But frankly I think the strangest thing I've ever eaten is processed food. Like things with 20 ingredients, or weird extracted and processed oils, etc.
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I ate crocodile once. It takes like chicken.

But frankly I think the strangest thing I've ever eaten is processed food. Like things with 20 ingredients, or weird extracted and processed oils, etc.
Speaking of processed foods, I came acrossed this today and immediately thought about Revoltingest:

Bacon Jam at Amazon.com
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