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Myzyri
Posted on: June 19th, 2010, 6:34am Quote Report to Moderator
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Marinated Artichoke Hearts (or, well, artichokes in general, I suppose)
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Posted on: September 9th, 2010, 12:59pm Quote Report to Moderator
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Yum

Marinated Artichoke Hearts (or, well, artichokes in general, I suppose)


yum    and they're good for you as well

 Raw oysters

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Posted on: September 22nd, 2010, 5:34pm Quote Report to Moderator
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Not sure never tried oysters I don't think.  So I'll just judge by how they look.  ;P

YUCK


Pigs feet




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Posted on: October 25th, 2010, 12:15pm Quote Report to Moderator
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I'll just judge by how they look. †;P


(They actually taste better than they look and they're supposed to be good for your love life;))




Pigs feet

I've never tried them but I hear that the meat is really nice and sweet so I'll say
yum.

Fried Cod tongues


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Posted on: November 1st, 2010, 7:21pm Quote Report to Moderator
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Never even heard of Fried Cod Tongues, but I'll guess yum...  Anything fried is usually pretty good (even better if you serve it with bacon!  LOL)

Alligator (Roasted or Grilled, not fried)
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Posted on: November 9th, 2010, 4:57pm Quote Report to Moderator
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No but I hear it tastes like chicken LOL so I'll say Yum.


Have you ever eaten shark?

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Posted on: November 9th, 2010, 7:24pm Quote Report to Moderator
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Pineapple Pizza
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Posted on: November 12th, 2010, 1:39pm Quote Report to Moderator
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Major YUM

Birds nest soup

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Posted on: November 13th, 2010, 7:09am Quote Report to Moderator
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Never had it...  Heard it's disgusting from some...  Heard it's great from others...  I'd give it a try, but my expectations wouldn't be too high, so I guess I'll have to assume "Yuck."

Czarnina (Char-NEE-Nuh) - AKA Duck's Blood Soup
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Posted on: November 13th, 2010, 3:30pm Quote Report to Moderator
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No but I've had blood pudding and didn't care for it too strong a flavor so I'll say yuck.


Have you ever had Kopi Luwak
(Kopi Luwak is the rarest, most expensive gourmet coffee in the world. Made from coffee beans found in the excrements of an Indonesian cat-like creature called the Luwak. )

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Posted on: November 14th, 2010, 7:35am Quote Report to Moderator
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I'm not sure.  My friend loves coffee and we went to some coffee tasting thing in Chicago.  It was like $75.  I kind of remember the name "Kopi" as one of them, but I could be totally wrong.  So, I don't know if I have or not.  I'm still a fan of Kona, Jamaican Blue Mountain, and...  well...  Dunkin' Donuts.  I don't know what their blend is, but I love a good cup of Dunkin'.  (I hate Starbucks...  Too expensive and WAY too bitter.)

As for YUM or YUCK...  I'd give the Indonesian Cat mess Coffee a try...  I'll guess YUCK though...  Being saturated in digestive juices and feces probably doesn't make for a good coffee.  It's probably just expensive because it takes 30 pounds of crap to make a pound of coffee and it takes a lot of time.

And here's yours...  Yum or Yuck...  Balut


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Balut is a fertilized duck egg with a nearly-developed embryo inside that is boiled and eaten in the shell. They are considered delicacies of Asia and especially the Philippines, Cambodia, and Vietnam. Popularly believed to be an aphrodisiac and considered a high-protein, hearty snack, balut are mostly sold by street vendors at night in the regions where they are available. They are often served with beer. Michael, from WeirdMeat, describes the experience thus:

   After you choose what kind you want, the vendor grabs them piping hot from the basket and passes you a little stool, salt, and a vinegar-onion sauce. You hold the hot egg and flick carefully but forcefully at the top of it with your middle finger. It cracks a bit and you gently remove a small hole from the top, so you can sip the savory broth before removing the whole shell. I agree that the 18-day one is better than the younger ones. You might come across some small chunkies but itís usually just eaten all the way through, in about 3 mouthful bites. You can see feathers, head, wings, and skeleton forming, but itís basically an extra-chewy easter egg.

Fertilized duck eggs are kept warm in the sun and stored in baskets to retain warmth. After nine days, the eggs are held to a light to reveal the embryo inside. Approximately eight days later the balut are ready to be cooked, sold, and eaten.


I'll try just about anything, but I don't think I could do this one...  The picture at http://listverse.com/2007/09/11/top-10-disgusting-foods/ just ruins the whole idea...
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Posted on: November 17th, 2010, 7:27pm Quote Report to Moderator
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†I,m going to say yuck the sound of bones crunching when it's bitten into would do me in.
There's a Chinese delicacy along the same lines but it's a preserved chicken or duck egg called pidan or 1,000 year old egg  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Century_egg. Don't think I'd give this one a try either.

Dandy lion greens

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Posted on: November 18th, 2010, 5:11am Quote Report to Moderator
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Ugh... †Yeah, I've heard of the Century Egg... †I could probably handle trying this version of the century egg:



But no way in hell would I even get near this: †



I think I had Dandy Lion greens once... †If I recall, they were kind of bitter, but not bad...

Bull Penis?

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No but if it were well cooked I'd give it a try. I'll go out on a limb here and say yuck based on the fact that it's male genitalia

Have you ever had a goats Eyeball?  

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Yuck.  No, I've never had one and I doubt I'd try it.  I've seen and felt vitreous humor and it's a little too slimy.  I doubt I'd enjoy eating it.

Indian Butter Chicken (Chicken Makini)
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