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    I don't believe its meant to be. But my scottish friends are not normal. I try not to hang out with them to much.

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    Horse sashimi. I used to do a Robbie Burns night with the haggis. It's pretty good with a large whiskey.

    Fermented whale blubber wins.
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    Btw, if you live in the DC area Jose Andres' restaurant Oyamel has crispy grasshopper tacos. It isn't that bizarre, but different enough to make you think twice.

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    I know this is a weirdest thing you ate thread, but I damn near got tricked into eating Prairie Oysters. If they were a different shape, they woulda fooled me!


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    Quote Originally Posted by PierreRodrigue View Post
    ...I damn near got tricked into eating Prairie Oysters...


    I guess wierd is in the eye of the beholder. I guess fermented squid (that's what I was told) would be the grossest. Live (or at least still moving) sea urchin is definitely interesting. Some cheeses are downright raunchy but I couldn't tell you which they were. Some people think durian is pretty nauseating...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post

    Some people think durian is pretty nauseating...

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    I worked with a Filipino girl who brought Balut to work.... it's cooked eggs with a developed embryo. Did I eat the entire thing? No....but I did taste it.
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    Escargot eggs.[IMG][/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by NO ChoP! View Post
    I worked with a Filipino girl who brought Balut to work.... it's cooked eggs with a developed embryo. Did I eat the entire thing? No....but I did taste it.
    New front runner perhaps.

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    I dunno. I've eaten several of the things mentioned, and they aren't nearly as freaky as they seem. I can't think of anything like andrew zimmern eats.

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