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    Re: The other dark meat: Raccoon is making it to the table

    Quote Originally Posted by EgoffTib View Post
    I'd be willing to give it a shot. I need some more animals to add to my list of odd eats:

    Alligator - Phenomenal
    Octopus - Good, if cooked properly
    Ostrich - Horrendous
    Eel - Fantastic
    Rattlesnake - Great
    Shark - Decent
    Duck - Awesome
    Antelope - Fantastic
    Armadillo, anyone?
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    Re: The other dark meat: Raccoon is making it to the table

    Quote Originally Posted by EgoffTib View Post
    I'd be willing to give it a shot. I need some more animals to add to my list of odd eats:

    Alligator - Phenomenal
    Octopus - Good, if cooked properly
    Ostrich - Horrendous
    Eel - Fantastic
    Rattlesnake - Great
    Shark - Decent
    Duck - Awesome
    Antelope - Fantastic

    Sea Urchin (uni)- Can be either excellent or it can be the most horrid thing to go in ones mouth.

    Shark- Fresh caught Mako
    Oysters- I eat the hell out of em... Grand central oyster bar is my second home..... Totten Virginica oysters are phenomenal like giant Kumos with a better flavor profile... If you use cocktail sauce you suck.
    Octupus- Fresh not frozem grilled.
    Duck- One of my favorites. Hunted duck and store duck are two completley different creatures.
    Elk, venison, antelope, all great.
    Escagot- Very good if done right.
    Baby eels- Looks like worms eats like heaven.... Ten of the rarest and most expensive things to eat | World's Luxury Guide
    Wild boar- hit or miss, when a hit, nothing better in swine.
    You should try to remember, ideas are conveyed by researching information, vetting sources, and confirming said information. Not by regurgitating talking points given to you by your "news" station.
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