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    In Vietnam I once ate a 7 course meal made from a cobra that was killed in front of us. It included a shot of snake wine mixed with the cobra's blood.

    True story.

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    It was when I was 13, just for laughs (and because weird).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Wing View Post
    In Vietnam I once ate a 7 course meal made from a cobra that was killed in front of us. It included a shot of snake wine mixed with the cobra's blood.

    True story.
    Lol I was watching Luke Nguyen just the other night & he must have gone to the same place - one of the shots had the cobras still beating heart in it! Not sure if I could do that one.
    I've had Haggis, snails, frogs legs. They were all quite nice, I'd have them again.

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    Mum tells me that when I was about 1, I picked up a snail from the garden path and ate it.

    But generally, I am not adventurous with food at all. My stomach is churning just reading some of these... and yet... I can't look away.

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    I'm usually willing to try all main****** foods, but nothing like crickets or frogs legs or snails! I thought I was pretty great for eating kangaroo at an Aboriginal food demo in primary school but that's completely main****** now.

    Oooooh I just remembered my friend when I was little liked cat biscuits and convinced me to try one. It tasted like fishy cardboard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Wing View Post
    In Vietnam I once ate a 7 course meal made from a cobra that was killed in front of us. It included a shot of snake wine mixed with the cobra's blood.

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    Ohh same!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosey82 View Post
    Lol I was watching Luke Nguyen just the other night & he must have gone to the same place - one of the shots had the cobras still beating heart in it! Not sure if I could do that one.
    I've had Haggis, snails, frogs legs. They were all quite nice, I'd have them again.
    DH had the still beating heart when we went. They told him it was good for men's virility. I was very happy to let him have it! 😂

    I've also had haggis, snails, frogs legs, crickets, warthog, alpaca and probably other stuff on my travels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M'LadyEm View Post
    You can buy camel patties at our local Coles. Does not do it for me! Dh has had them though...
    Oh really. I still couldn't bring myself to eat them though.


 

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