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Old 09-22-2020, 07:05 PM   #1
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The armadillo and coin thread got me thinking...whatís the oddest thing youíve eaten?

I will usually try just about anything, but one that sticks out to me was eating balut. It is a fertilized duck egg thatís boiled when the fetus is about 16-20 days old. We boiled ours for approx 20 min, then you crack the top of the egg, suck the juice out, throw some salt, pepper, and hot sauce on it, then take the spoon and dip the whole thing out of the shell and eat away. Craziest thing it you can see little feathers, the bill, etc. All in all it wasnít bad at all, tasted like boiled chicken mixed with boiled egg yolk.
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Old 09-22-2020, 07:07 PM   #2
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Hard to say it was odd because it was at a wedding rehearsal dinner at a fancy restaurant, but I never in my life thought I would eat kangaroo. But here I am to say that that is probably the oddest thing I have eaten.

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The armadillo and coin thread got me thinking...whatís the oddest thing youíve eaten?



I will usually try just about anything, but one that sticks out to me was eating balut. It is a fertilized duck egg thatís boiled when the fetus is about 16-20 days old. We boiled ours for approx 20 min, then you crack the top of the egg, suck the juice out, throw some salt, pepper, and hot sauce on it, then take the spoon and dip the whole thing out of the shell and eat away. Craziest thing it you can see little feathers, the bill, etc. All in all it wasnít bad at all, tasted like boiled chicken mixed with boiled egg yolk.
That sounds like ****z

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Don't know what it's called but it was a soup at a Chinese food buffet. It smelled exactly like a barn with dried horse crap in it. And it had tofu in it if it wasn't already disgusting enough.

I'll eat frog legs,snake, turtle, alligator,nuts, heart,liver,gizzards, tongue and tripe but I ain't eating tofu. To me that other stuff ain't odd because it's good if it's cooked right.

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Old 09-22-2020, 07:32 PM   #5
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Mopane worms which are actually caterpillars of a species of emperor moth known as Gonimbrasia belina. We were at an African Cultural center in South Africa and as part of the tour they offered us a chance to sample them. Not very tasty.
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Don't know what it's called but it was a soup at a Chinese food buffet. It smelled exactly like a barn with dried horse crap in it. And it had tofu in it if it wasn't already disgusting enough.

I'll eat frog legs,snake, turtle, alligator,nuts, heart,liver,gizzards, tongue and tripe but I ain't eating tofu. To me that other stuff ain't odd because it's good if it's cooked right.
Did the Chinese soup have bats in it?
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Old 09-22-2020, 07:36 PM   #7
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Did the Chinese soup have bats in it?
It could have.lol me and my buddy were playing Fear Factor except the Chinese food edition. I lost.

He got the easy one he had to eat octopus. Hell that don't even taste nasty it's just chewy.
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Old 09-22-2020, 07:41 PM   #8
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Bal it and monkey in the PI.

Beetles and brown sugar off a griddle in Korea.

All kinds of raw seafood fresh off the boat in okinawa and korea.

Grasshoppers somewhere.

My ex-wifes cooking.
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It could have.lol me and my buddy were playing Fear Factor except the Chinese food edition. I lost.

He got the easy one he had to eat octopus. Hell that don't even taste nasty it's just chewy.
Speaking of octopus...on my honeymoon my wife and I were at an all inclusive in Puerto Vallarta. I ordered room service... the "seafood soup."

They could have just gone out a mile and scooped up a bowl of ocean water with animals in it. I was eating it, took a few bites, then I went down to the bottom of the bowl... there were octopus tentacles with the suckers still on there. I about threw up. No shot. Didn't take another sip
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Old 09-22-2020, 07:46 PM   #10
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Speaking of octopus...on my honeymoon my wife and I were at an all inclusive in Puerto Vallarta. I ordered room service... the "seafood soup."

They could have just gone out a mile and scooped up a bowl of ocean water with animals in it. I was eating it, took a few bites, then I went down to the bottom of the bowl... there were octopus tentacles with the suckers still on there. I about threw up. No shot. Didn't take another sip
I actually like octopus.
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I actually like octopus.
I tried calamari once. Didn't care for it... I think a ton of people would say octopus is not weird. But for me, just cutting the tentacles and throwing it in some broth was just gross. The whole soup was like trying to fit as many species of ocean animals into a bowl at once.
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Old 09-22-2020, 07:58 PM   #12
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Old 09-22-2020, 07:59 PM   #13
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I tried calamari once. Didn't care for it... I think a ton of people would say octopus is not weird. But for me, just cutting the tentacles and throwing it in some broth was just gross. The whole soup was like trying to fit as many species of ocean animals into a bowl at once.
I eat it raw.

As much as Iíve travelled in Asia Iíve had some really odd stuff but it doesnít work well without pictures. If I get time tonight Iíll post some up.
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Old 09-22-2020, 08:04 PM   #14
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Balut. Never again. I was plenty drunk, so I made it through without tossin my cookies, but I doubt I could pull that off a second time.
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Oysters. Nasty little slimy things. I dont know how folks like them.

Boiled squid would really have to be the oddest. The tentacles dont creep me out so much, but the body was in the bowl too. That I wasnt too fond of. Wasnt nasty, just weird.


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Old 09-22-2020, 08:08 PM   #16
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Balut duck eggs .
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Old 09-22-2020, 08:09 PM   #17
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I tried calamari once. Didn't care for it... I think a ton of people would say octopus is not weird. But for me, just cutting the tentacles and throwing it in some broth was just gross. The whole soup was like trying to fit as many species of ocean animals into a bowl at once.
Calamari is really good, too. (In my opinion.)

I can understand where the visual could really get to people, I guess going in with a really open mind is what gets me through it. Lingua (tongue) gets a lot of folks too, but I think it tastes just like roast.
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Old 09-22-2020, 08:32 PM   #18
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Mountain lion I guess is the most exotic which was outstanding.

Lengua is a staple down here as is the rest of the cow head meat.

Raccoon was like poorly cooked extra greasy & gamy cabrito.

Was told I ate road runner once but can't confirm.
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calf brains ,it was good
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Old 09-22-2020, 08:42 PM   #20
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Old 09-22-2020, 08:45 PM   #21
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Fresh pork brains scrambled with eggs.
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I ate something at a Chinese restaurant that looked like a chicken foot. It was covered in gravy so I thought what the heck. I nawed on it for like 5 minutes before spiting it out.
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Old 09-22-2020, 08:52 PM   #24
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Any of you boys doggin' on the armadillo eaters on that other thread??
I live by the motto, "just because you can eat something doesn't mean you should"!
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Old 09-22-2020, 09:00 PM   #25
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Beef lung. It tasted like liver but looked like a sponge.
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Old 09-22-2020, 09:02 PM   #26
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Fried softshell crab is one of my favorites. Eating a whole crab, shell and all can be odd to some.
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Had a buddy a few years ago during the Vietnam war got a two day pass. Went out on a local fishing boat. He said the locals would bring them aboard and eat them raw. He has passed so no telling if true are not.
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Both sets of grandparents used to cook squirrel brains quite a bit. I’m far from a picky eater, but I never really got that one.

Love squirrel, but I’ll pass on the noggin portions.
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Old 09-22-2020, 09:20 PM   #29
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I like to try all sorts of food, but I want someone that knows what they are doing to prepare it. I donít know if I could ever eat a balut egg though. I love eggs, that might ruin it for me. Octopus, lengua, Tripe, tendons... Iím good with all that stuff. And I will literally try anything at a sushi restaurant, at least once. I know Iíve had some of those candy bug things, people buy as jokes.

Weirdest thing Iíve ever had might be iguana though. Ate it on the side of the road in Honduras. It was pretty good, kinda like dark meat chicken texture. The whole foot just chilling in the dish made me laugh, and the iguana eggs on top were delicious.
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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.
Fried squirrel brains are good. A true southern delicacy.
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My list would be too long to publish.
The wife and I like raw oysters, snails, sour kraut, chicken guts, lingua, bunny rabbits, geese, and so much more. Been practcing for all of our life.........
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I found a C-RATS can in the woods, during a field problem, on fort hood, back in August. It was extremely weathered and obviously, it came through a fire at some point. I was curious and opened it up. It had cocoa beverage powder in it and wafers. I ate one of the wafers on a bet. It tasted just as I remember, from 30 years ago, lol

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They said it was chicken, but it came from a street vendor in Mexico. I hope it was chicken.
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I can't think of anything more odd than another that I've tried or eaten. I will try just about anything at least once and I eat a lot of things that most won't even consider trying. Raw octopus is very good, I love caviar, most the animals I kill I'll keep and cook the edible organs (kidneys, liver, testis, heart, tongue). One thing I want to try is one day when I kill a caribou is eat the fat raw from behind the eye balls.
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Growing up in Arkansas, squirrel brains. Excellent!

Turkey 1984, I have no idea, but the restaurant was nice enough to have a flush toilet.

CRATS in 1983, MREs later.
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I found a C-RATS can in the woods, during a field problem, on fort hood, back in August. It was extremely weathered and obviously, it came through a fire at some point. I was curious and opened it up. It had cocoa beverage powder in it and wafers. I ate one of the wafers on a bet. It tasted just as I remember, from 30 years ago, lol

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I found a C-RATS can in the woods, during a field problem, on fort hood, back in August. It was extremely weathered and obviously, it came through a fire at some point. I was curious and opened it up. It had cocoa beverage powder in it and wafers. I ate one of the wafers on a bet. It tasted just as I remember, from 30 years ago, lol

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You need to watch this guy.


https://m.youtube.com/channel/UC2I6Et1JkidnnbWgJFiMeHA

He eats all the old MREís. Itís pretty interesting.
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Water moccasin. Old Chinese guy that worked for me would skin them and cook them. Dude was straight up crazy. He made a soup out of it with a bunch of ginger and onion. It tasted like a really muddy catfish.


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Fishing Texas city dike one night, didn’t bring any food, got hungry. Had a Coleman lantern and noticed every time u spit on that lantern shroud u heard a sizzle. All we had were bait shrimp from convenient store, fish weren’t biting. They ended up being delicious cooked on top of that lantern.
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I found a C-RATS can in the woods, during a field problem, on fort hood, back in August. It was extremely weathered and obviously, it came through a fire at some point. I was curious and opened it up. It had cocoa beverage powder in it and wafers. I ate one of the wafers on a bet. It tasted just as I remember, from 30 years ago, lol

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You need to watch this guy.


https://m.youtube.com/channel/UC2I6Et1JkidnnbWgJFiMeHA

He eats all the old MREís. Itís pretty interesting.
I love #2, corned beef hash. It was my favorite.

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You need to watch this guy.


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ďNice!Ē
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Haha. My daughter and I say that all the time to each other. Drives everyone else crazy.

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Zebra, actually very good.
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It's not really food but I forgot I tried eating a Tomato Hornworm on a bet once. I couldn't get it down that suckers skin was disgusting. When I bit down and popped it wasn't the gross part. The texture of it was nasty as all get out.

I eat tomatoes and they do too so I honestly didn't think it was gonna be that hard to eat. I was kinda thinkin it would taste like a tomato. Turns out I wasn't right in my assumption. Can't really explain what it tasted like. It wasn't good. Probably should have put some salt on it.

I'm just now getting around to seeing if they're poisonous to eat.LOL

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