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Old 01-04-2013, 04:12 AM
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Shark fin soup is the most uncommon thing I guess....mountain oysters would get strangest I suppose.
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Old 01-04-2013, 06:35 AM
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Had some two months ago. I ,loved it
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Old 01-04-2013, 06:42 AM
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Shark fin soup is the most uncommon thing I guess....mountain oysters would get strangest I suppose.
Shark fin soup is tasty. Had it once, but never will again. If the harvesting becomes more sustainable, I may change that attitude.

Mountain/Prairie oysters are really good. So many people have hang ups about them, but testicles are a tasty meat.
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Are we talking food?

If we are, nothing is strange to eat if it's what you want. Although, I will never, ever eat Mountain Oysters, EVER!
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I juiced garlic and onions and oranges once in my juicer when i started feelin bad once..My stomach hurt from it but 2 hours later i felt great!
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I juiced garlic and onions and oranges once in my juicer when i started feelin bad once..My stomach hurt from it but 2 hours later i felt great!
thats just.....
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I felt good though and fought off a flu!
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Old 01-04-2013, 11:49 AM
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Are we talking food?

If we are, nothing is strange to eat if it's what you want. Although, I will never, ever eat Mountain Oysters, EVER!
I bet if you tried it before you were told what it was you would love it.
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I bet if you tried it before you were told what it was you would love it.
Pretty much.
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I bet if you tried it before you were told what it was you would love it.
They're deep fried, right? I'll try just about anything deep fried. Please, no smart remarks from anyone, I'm trying to stay calm, I'm almost 24 hours smoke free.
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They're deep fried, right? I'll try just about anything deep fried. Please, no smart remarks from anyone, I'm trying to stay calm, I'm almost 24 hours smoke free.
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Kangaroo = stringy and kind of yucky in general in a peanut sauce

Osterich = tastes like fillet (it is a red meat) excellent

Duck = fatty, but if cooked correctly can be very good, also a red meat

Allegator = strange texture, grissly maybe, but OK

Elk = not too gamey, pretty decent, steak

Moose = see Elk, it was BBQ'd

Bison = be careful not to get it too done (true with almost all game meat) decent steak

Snake = was in chili, could not tell you what it really tastes like
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Old 01-04-2013, 02:25 PM
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Kangaroo = stringy and kind of yucky in general in a peanut sauce

Osterich = tastes like fillet (it is a red meat) excellent

Duck = fatty, but if cooked correctly can be very good, also a red meat

Allegator = strange texture, grissly maybe, but OK

Elk = not too gamey, pretty decent, steak

Moose = see Elk, it was BBQ'd

Bison = be careful not to get it too done (true with almost all game meat) decent steak

Snake = was in chili, could not tell you what it really tastes like
I love each and every one of those meats.

Ostrich I've only ever had done on a spit. It's great done that way.

What's funny that you mention about not getting game meats too well done is that so many people think you need to cook it to well done. They are too frightened of parasites and what not.

Snake doesn't have much of a flavor from my experience. I tend to do it up over a fire with some worcestershire sauce and garlic powder.
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Old 01-04-2013, 02:28 PM
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I love each and every one of those meats.

Ostrich I've only ever had done on a spit. It's great done that way.

What's funny that you mention about not getting game meats too well done is that so many people think you need to cook it to well done. They are too frightened of parasites and what not.

Snake doesn't have much of a flavor from my experience. I tend to do it up over a fire with some worcestershire sauce and garlic powder.
If given the option, I will always try something new vs. the same old thing.
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Old 01-04-2013, 02:39 PM
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If given the option, I will always try something new vs. the same old thing.
I'm the same way, that's how I've tried so many things.

I have a guy when it comes to game and exotic meats. Every couple of months some friends and I go camping and I pick up a chunk of something we haven't had, or something we may have only tried one or two ways. It's the only meat we take, the rest we have to hunt/trap/fish for.
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Where I used to live after hunting season there would be a buffet of donated game that was taken during the hunting seasons.

Wild Turkey OK
Bear Greasy
Rabbit Chicken
Duck Greasy
Pheasant Chicken
Venison My favorite, I always get some roasts and steaks, and a lot of it ground up. Ground up venison in Chili is the ultimate.
There are probably those that disagree with what I wrote, but remember it is all in how it is cooked.

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If everything tastes like chicken what to bears and the like think humans taste like?
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