What's the most exotic thing yoou ever ate?

I have them most weekends

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Whales are plenty abundant in blubber :grimacing:

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Mmm mmm menudo!!!

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I think I had deer meat once :upside_down_face:

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Yeah it’s so gross

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that’s exotic? i have deer sausages all the time!

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Woah! :flushed:

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octopus and coconut, probably. im not much of an adventurous eater :grimacing:

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I’ve eaten a few exotic foods. Mind you, I’m Asian :slight_smile:

  1. Pork blood stew
  2. Durian - labeled as the most pungent smelling fruit
  3. Bison/Buffalo
  4. Crickets
  5. Lechon - whole roasted baby pig
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c-crickets!? :grimacing:

coconuts :rofl: I ate that yesterday

Hmmm probably seaweed and bone marrow (even though the bone marrow comes from a traditional recipe in my region called ossobuco)… surprisingly delicious :yum:

Most of the things mentioned here (like coconut or octopus) are very normal for me to eat, it’s actually interesting to read other people’s perspectives!

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So this is mainly non- vegetarians thread :joy::joy:

I am vegetarian, so I would say choco lava

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i love ossobuco! my dad used to make it for me when i was younger

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Asdhfjfgal I KNOW RIGHT. It’s so good :drooling_face:

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tongue :((

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  • Grasshopper (gag*)
  • Dried out squid
  • Octopus
  • Mangosteen (Yum!)
  • Yellow watermelon (Not as good as red watermelon in my opinion)
  • Durian (gag*)
  • Chicken feet (Tastes like chicken obv but seeing all of the stringy tendrils made me want to vomit)
  • Bamboo
  • Star fruit
  • Jack fruit
  • Guava
  • Pineapple Guava (Smells amazing and tastes amazing!)
  • Lemonade fruit (I know it’s supposedly grown here in Aus, but almost everyone has never heard of it nor tried it)
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papaya I think.

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mmmmm bone marrow
I like to eat it from goat bones :drooling_face:

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It was a one time thing, never had it since

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