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    Rocky mountain oysters. Kinda like a beef tater tot.

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    i don't touch strange food....probably venison.
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    Shrimp - weird Japanese dish

    Eels - well barely cooked - still gross French thing

    Cheese with worms in it - French...again (however, very tasty)

    Oysters....yummmmmm with cold beer, is there anything better? Why do people swallow them whole when you can CHEW the SAND baby!
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    Have seen some pretty odd stuff since sushi became a thing


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    Reindeer or crocodile.
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    is there crocodile sushi ?


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    I've had smoked alligator.

    and, turtle soup, I know, gross, and I love turtles
    but, I was young and did not know what I was eating and
    I was in Cuba.

    Oh, and bird's nest soup. That is supposed to be very very expensive.
    Something like $1,000 a bowl? It tasted like chicken noodle soup.
    I won't eat it again, knowing now what it is.

    and I am sure I've had shark fin soup in the fast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    is there crocodile sushi ?
    Not that I am aware off. I had crocodile when I was in South Africa...wasn’t bad.
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    Ostrich.. at a Brazilian place. Did NOT taste like chicken.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GPGUgrad View Post
    I've had smoked alligator.

    and, turtle soup, I know, gross, and I love turtles
    but, I was young and did not know what I was eating and
    I was in Cuba.

    Oh, and bird's nest soup. That is supposed to be very very expensive.
    Something like $1,000 a bowl? It tasted like chicken noodle soup.
    I won't eat it again, knowing now what it is.

    and I am sure I've had shark fin soup in the fast.
    I've had turtle, but not in soup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Akzag View Post
    I've had turtle, but not in soup.
    I wouldn't eat it again.

    No matter how much money they would pay me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Akzag View Post
    I've had turtle, but not in soup.
    Was it sea turtle? My Grandpap told me at Heinz they would make soup from the really big sea turtles, he'd have to do the cutting sometimes

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    Hippo. Ostrich. Alligator. All were available at the same buffet, at the Jonathan Club buffet in Los Angeles. Early 90's. The Hippo was dark and fatty; the ostrich was dry and kind of bland. The gator was forgettable.


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    Years ago My first wife had turtle soup in Miami Beach. The bites got bigger, the more you chewed.

    We had Calamari, in Barcelona, in 1958. Squeezed lemon on them to make them stop squirming. I was 10...never again.

    The absolute worst (and I have eaten many dozens of raw oysters) is Okra. The slime kills me!
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