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whats the weirdest thing you've eaten?

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Many years ago my brother came home on leave from the RAF. He brought with him, amongst other things, a little box of chocolate coated grasshoppers!! I ate one, it was like a little kit-kat!!

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Donnar kebab , hot dogs , .... do you really know what your eating ?..... lol

 

took the words out of my mouth :D

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Serious or silly answer?

Serious-Squirrel, hedgehog, badger which was f'in horrible. Sparrow and rhubarb (as kids, couldn't catch anything else and the rhubarb was nicked but tasted great on a camp fire) Oysters and Guinness, for the uninitiated you have to try it but only if you are in Ireland, otherwise the Guinness is crap!

Silly-Buttered ginger biscuits and gherkins

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one of my favorite things that makes Kye vomit is a sandwich made on white bread with peanut butter, mayonnaise and a banana. Don't knock it 'till you try it, it is awesome!

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Grey Squirrel, Badger, Guinea-Pig, Swan. The Swan was too big to fit in the oven, and had to be trimmed - three and half hours cooking and it tasted like salty beef. I've had Badger and Grey Squrrel a few times. I wasn't impressed with Guinea-pig.

 

I'd love to try Whale and Seal.

 

Zek.

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why in the world did you eat a guinea pig?

 

I wanted to know what guinea pig tasted like - simple as that!

 

In some countries (but I can't remember where), they're kept in a box under the kitchen table, and fattened for eating.

 

Zek.

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why in the world did you eat a guinea pig?

 

They are cheaper to keep than conventional livestock, and they take up less room. they are a major part of the diet in Peru and Bolivia, particularly in the Andes Mountains highlands. It is also eaten in some areas of Ecuador (mainly in the Sierra) and Colombia.

 

From This

 

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To This

 

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