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Old 09-22-2020, 11:16 PM   #51
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Not sure....

Last year “Rocky” gave me a jar of canned... or something venison

It looked like you fed a starving mut a whole bag of gravy train and then jarred up what it puked up....
But it was actually amazing! Over rice it was 5star meal!!!

Lady that milked for us made: catfish soup... had the whole fish, whiskers and all... hard pass. And always wanted: heart, lungs and liver from my deer. Made a soul... stew... something. I didn’t think I could hate anything worse than liver, but heart... yea I hate that more. Long wasn’t bad. Odd texture for sure
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Old 09-22-2020, 11:18 PM   #52
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I'll try just about anything and have eaten a lot of weird stuff including pretty much every part of an animal. Most of it doesn't taste half bad imo. Textures are what I have a problem with more than taste usually. The one thing I ate that I just really didn't like was cow udder that I had in southern Mexico. To me, it tasted like someone poured out a jar of Pepsi Bismol and let it cure in the sun for about a week and then made tacos out of it.
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Old 09-22-2020, 11:20 PM   #53
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This year when I went to visit the WORP tour bunch in Port OíConnor one guy had jerked killer whale his sister sent from Norway and mountain lion.

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Old 09-22-2020, 11:26 PM   #54
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Old 09-22-2020, 11:41 PM   #55
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Fried turkey testicles circa 1980.

I think it was in Lampasas, one of those Friday night before Opening Day of gun season parties.

My memory is hazy, but I do seem to remember that I was surprised that they were pretty good.
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Old 09-22-2020, 11:50 PM   #56
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FIL and I cooked up a deer heart one day just to try it. He boiled it whole, then we sliced it up and made sandwhiches out of it. Really wasn't bad. Tasted like braunschweiger (liver sausage) which I grew up eating because of my grandmother.
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Old 09-23-2020, 12:31 AM   #57
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Balut! Look it up...
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When my dad was alive, we tried deer and elk brains, tongue, kidneys, balls. But I wouldnít care to eat any of it again. Brain was not had, we scrambled it in eggs and i May try it again, doubt full but canít remember the exact taste. If I remember it always tasted like liverworst, or bologna.
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Old 09-23-2020, 02:04 AM   #59
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Both sets of grandparents used to cook squirrel brains quite a bit. Iím far from a picky eater, but I never really got that one.

Love squirrel, but Iíll pass on the noggin portions.
I have eaten my fair share
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Old 09-23-2020, 02:49 AM   #60
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Weirdest thing I've eaten is coyote. One time my brother had a stripper sit on his face, I thought that was pretty nasty. He survived!
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Weirdest thing I've eaten is coyote. One time my brother had a stripper sit on his face, I thought that was pretty nasty. He survived!
Herpes really isn't deadly.
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Some sort of Philippine seafood pancakes. Very strange taste, not bad but not good. One of a kind smell and taste.
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Old 09-23-2020, 06:52 AM   #63
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Old 09-23-2020, 07:19 AM   #64
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I had dog for sure and I think we were fed some monkey while on a trip to Honduras.
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Old 09-23-2020, 07:20 AM   #65
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Old 09-23-2020, 08:38 AM   #66
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Old 09-23-2020, 08:51 AM   #67
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Raw horse meat that had a light smoke flavor. Japan
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Old 09-23-2020, 08:56 AM   #68
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Escargot, cooked in garlic butter.

Dad was living in Israel in the mid Ď70s, we spent the summer of Ď76 there.

I would pay good money for an authentic falafel right now.

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Old 09-23-2020, 09:16 AM   #70
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I ate a lot of real weird stuff in Asia, but I think the weirdest that hasn't been mentioned here so far is fried scorpion, stinger and all... Went to an official State Dinner at famous Winter Pagoda (AKA White Pagoda) and the great dining hall has a huge round white marble table with a marble "lazy Susan) in the middle where all the food was placed. My hostess served my food as she sat next to me on my left. She laid 3 of those scorpions on my plate and I asked, "What am I supposed to do with these?" "Just pop em in your mouth and eat them", she said... so I broke the stinger off the first 2 with my chop stix, and ate 'em... kinda salty but not bad... She said, "No, you must eat the whole thing to get the full benefit."... whatever that was supposed to mean... so the third one I popped it in my mouth and bit down... "OUCH!!, that dang stinger, though cooked and dead stuck me right in the side of my tongue when I bit down!! I'm still wondering what "benefit" I was supposed to get from it... She was a VERY nice Hostess, however, and real easy on the eyes...
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Old 09-23-2020, 09:19 AM   #71
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Some of the stuff y'all are calling weird were everyday meals at our house growing up... Scrambled eggs n hog brains, squirrel head dumplings (those were the best!!), fried deer heart, and some folks ate deer and hog liver, but I just do not like liver... When I was a kid we fried just about anything/everything you could think of... If it was fried, it wasn't weird as long as it made good gravy!
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Old 09-23-2020, 09:56 AM   #72
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Some of the stuff y'all are calling weird were everyday meals at our house growing up... Scrambled eggs n hog brains, squirrel head dumplings (those were the best!!), fried deer heart, and some folks ate deer and hog liver, but I just do not like liver... When I was a kid we fried just about anything/everything you could think of... If it was fried, it wasn't weird as long as it made good gravy!
Times were different in The Great Depression...

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Old 09-23-2020, 10:04 AM   #73
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Kangaroo tenderloin, pretty lean and slighty gamey..
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Old 09-23-2020, 10:20 AM   #74
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Zebra. Really dark meat but was good.
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Old 09-23-2020, 10:25 AM   #75
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Conch raw right out of the water. A little lemon juice and down the hatch.
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Old 09-23-2020, 10:28 AM   #76
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Pickled Pig Lips. Was hard to get down.
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Old 09-23-2020, 10:48 AM   #77
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If you ate bologna 40 years ago you ate some odd stuff.
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Old 09-23-2020, 10:51 AM   #78
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Both sets of grandparents used to cook squirrel brains quite a bit. Iím far from a picky eater, but I never really got that one.

Love squirrel, but Iíll pass on the noggin portions.
My grandpa and dad love the squirrel brains. They get mad if you shoot up the head. Skin em and put in our gumbo. I sure ain't fighting them over one!
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Old 09-23-2020, 10:58 AM   #79
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Definitely Sea Squirt:
About 20 years ago I was fresh out of culinary school & working as a Chef at a fairly high end Japanese restaurant. I was the only round eye in the kitchen, all the other chefs were from Korea & Japan. We would get fresh shipments of huge fish (tuna, salmon, etc) every few days, it was amazing to watch and help them break it all down & definitely learned a lot there.
Anyways, one time they ordered in "sea squirt". The head chef, Jun Sun, was the only one that spoke halfway decent engrish & told me that they were all excited because it is considered a delicatessen in their countries and not always available fresh, especially in the States. He also said that they are an aphrodisiac by saying they will give you "big power", while making a gesture with his arm that left no doubt what he was referring to lol. Needless to say, this early twenty year old kid was intrigued.
The day it arrived everyone was rushing to get prep done before dinner service started so that we had a little bit of time to eat some of these. Once finished, they all crowded around and were absolutely throwing these things down dipped in Gochujang, a fermented red chili paste that I personally think is delicious.
When I came around the corner they called me over there to try some & it was suddenly all eyes on the round eye guy while I tried it. It has been over twenty years, so visual memory isn't the best, but I will NEVER EVER EVER forget the taste lol.
I remember them being similar to a snail in roundish shape but no shell, gray bluish color, with a darker spot in the center. They did not look appealing at all, but being a hardcore foodie, curious & a cocky early twenties fresh out of school with my fellow co workers all looking on, I wasn't about to not eat it. So I grabbed one, dipped it in the Gochujang, popped the whole thing in my mouth like they had been doing & started chewing.
I remember it being slightly tough in texture but had decent flavor, when I started chewing it all went downhill from there. About the second chew it popped in my mouth, releasing the most absolute vile fluid I have ever tasted to this day & these were fairly large so there was a ton of it. If I had to compare it to something, I would guess it tasted like vile rancid sea water with a million fish turds in it. I instantly gagged causing an eruption of hysterical laughter while they continued gulping them down; not to be outdone I did not spit it out and reluctantly gulped it down with a hard swallow. That was definitely both the weirdest & nastiest thing I have ever eaten, and ever hope to eat. Anyone else ever tried these nasty little suckers?

P.S. - Great thread

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Old 09-23-2020, 11:00 AM   #80
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Fried turkey testicles circa 1980.

I think it was in Lampasas, one of those Friday night before Opening Day of gun season parties.

My memory is hazy, but I do seem to remember that I was surprised that they were pretty good.
That's just nuts. Took some balls to eat that! I didn't see this one coming.
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Old 09-23-2020, 11:00 AM   #81
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Squirrel brains, cheek, and tongue out of a gumbo. *******es that made it three the entire skinned head in the gumbo, teeth and all.
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Old 09-23-2020, 11:08 AM   #82
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Old 09-23-2020, 11:31 AM   #83
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When I was about 18 we were crappie fishing one night and my buddies bet me I wouldn't swallow live minnows right out of the bait bucket for $10 each. I downed 3 before they ran out of money. I'm lucky I didn't ingest some kind of deadly bacteria - or maybe I was protected by the large amount of alcohol in my system.
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Old 09-23-2020, 11:34 AM   #84
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If you ate bologna 40 years ago you ate some odd stuff.
If you ate store bought breakfast sausage (Owens) 40 years ago you ate some odd stuff.
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Old 09-23-2020, 12:11 PM   #85
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Old 09-23-2020, 12:16 PM   #86
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When I was a kid my crazy uncle came over for Thanksgiving, My dad put puparonni dog treats on the appetizer tray and Uncle ate em up right quick. Probably at least 5-6 of them. Never knew the difference
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I've had sun dried seal meat, and sun dried halibut in Alaska. The seal meat was pretty dang good, albeit chewy.
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Some nasty Koren soup. Cannot remember the name but it sounded good. I was sick for 6 days after.
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Old 09-23-2020, 01:18 PM   #89
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That's just nuts. Took some balls to eat that! I didn't see this one coming.
Never fails...
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Old 09-23-2020, 01:39 PM   #91
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Definitely Sea Squirt:
About 20 years ago I was fresh out of culinary school & working as a Chef at a fairly high end Japanese restaurant. I was the only round eye in the kitchen, all the other chefs were from Korea & Japan. We would get fresh shipments of huge fish (tuna, salmon, etc) every few days, it was amazing to watch and help them break it all down & definitely learned a lot there.
Anyways, one time they ordered in "sea squirt". The head chef, Jun Sun, was the only one that spoke halfway decent engrish & told me that they were all excited because it is considered a delicatessen in their countries and not always available fresh, especially in the States. He also said that they are an aphrodisiac by saying they will give you "big power", while making a gesture with his arm that left no doubt what he was referring to lol. Needless to say, this early twenty year old kid was intrigued.
The day it arrived everyone was rushing to get prep done before dinner service started so that we had a little bit of time to eat some of these. Once finished, they all crowded around and were absolutely throwing these things down dipped in Gochujang, a fermented red chili paste that I personally think is delicious.
When I came around the corner they called me over there to try some & it was suddenly all eyes on the round eye guy while I tried it. It has been over twenty years, so visual memory isn't the best, but I will NEVER EVER EVER forget the taste lol.
I remember them being similar to a snail in roundish shape but no shell, gray bluish color, with a darker spot in the center. They did not look appealing at all, but being a hardcore foodie, curious & a cocky early twenties fresh out of school with my fellow co workers all looking on, I wasn't about to not eat it. So I grabbed one, dipped it in the Gochujang, popped the whole thing in my mouth like they had been doing & started chewing.
I remember it being slightly tough in texture but had decent flavor, when I started chewing it all went downhill from there. About the second chew it popped in my mouth, releasing the most absolute vile fluid I have ever tasted to this day & these were fairly large so there was a ton of it. If I had to compare it to something, I would guess it tasted like vile rancid sea water with a million fish turds in it. I instantly gagged causing an eruption of hysterical laughter while they continued gulping them down; not to be outdone I did not spit it out and reluctantly gulped it down with a hard swallow. That was definitely both the weirdest & nastiest thing I have ever eaten, and ever hope to eat. Anyone else ever tried these nasty little suckers?

P.S. - Great thread
Wait a minute...you havenít finished the story!

Did you ever end up experiencing the Power of the Bigness? If so, did it last longer than four hours? And was it one arm or both?

Please donít leave us dangling!
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wait a minute...you havenít finished the story!

Did you ever end up experiencing the power of the bigness? If so, did it last longer than four hours? And was it one arm or both?

Please donít leave us limp!

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Old 09-23-2020, 01:51 PM   #93
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sucking juice out of boiled crawdad heads, actually pretty good.

and octopus, the little baby ones are good too.
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I'd try just about anything. I haven't had many opportunities to try weird food though. I see some of you consider octopus and stuff weird, but I like it! I think it is very bizarre that us Americans will find deer heart, liver, and things of that nature nasty or weird and refuse to eat it. Then walk in their pantry and grab a can of Vienna sausages, or a slice of bologna. I like bologna, but I've got no idea how Vienna sausages are a thing. I couldn't even eat one when my taste and smell was gone because of COVID. I was gagging from the texture.
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I'd try just about anything. I haven't had many opportunities to try weird food though. I see some of you consider octopus and stuff weird, but I like it! I think it is very bizarre that us Americans will find deer heart, liver, and things of that nature nasty or weird and refuse to eat it. Then walk in their pantry and grab a can of Vienna sausages, or a slice of bologna. I like bologna, but I've got no idea how Vienna sausages are a thing. I couldn't even eat one when my taste and smell was gone because of COVID. I was gagging from the texture.

Well, that's it! I'm done with you! Here I thought you was a good ol' East Texas boy, but you done gone dissin' Viennie sausage!! That's it! Errbody round East Texas knows Veinnie saussages is just round steak in a can!!
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Old 09-23-2020, 03:19 PM   #97
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Well, that's it! I'm done with you! Here I thought you was a good ol' East Texas boy, but you done gone dissin' Viennie sausage!! That's it! Errbody round East Texas knows Veinnie saussages is just round steak in a can!!
I know! I should be ashamed and move to California, but I can't help my sensitive pallet!
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Old 09-23-2020, 03:30 PM   #98
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Well, that's it! I'm done with you! Here I thought you was a good ol' East Texas boy, but you done gone dissin' Viennie sausage!! That's it! Errbody round East Texas knows Veinnie saussages is just round steak in a can!!
Stand up steaks!!!
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Old 09-23-2020, 03:33 PM   #99
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While in Viet Nam. Ordered frog legs. When the meal came, the frog was whole. It was determined the frog was actually a toad.
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Jelly fish in china. Was actually fairly good, just was in vinegar with some salad greens. That's the only thing I've eaten there that made me sick afterwards.
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