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What do you really want to try?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created June 28, 2011 at 11:18 PM

To quote the most intelligent thing my brother's ever said, we all love eating dead animals. What types of meat have you not tried yet, but would like to if you could find a source/had the money?

My list: Goat, horse (though I've heard it's not that good) venison, kangaroo, and ostrich

246ebf68e35743f62e5e187891b9cba0

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on February 25, 2012
at 01:21 AM

You can find cow brains in some places in America. My grandmother used to cook up brains n' eggs, with ramps (very strong flavored wild onion (actually a leek) from the Appalachian mountain region)

246ebf68e35743f62e5e187891b9cba0

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on February 25, 2012
at 01:18 AM

Raccoon is very, very similar to rabbit. If you could imagine a soup with rabbit meat and pork meat minced together, the end result would be very similar taste-wise to raccoon. I find it amazing.

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on February 25, 2012
at 12:26 AM

I grew up in Nebraska, and I intentionally found a job at a high end seafood restaurant when I moved to Boston so I could try... anything and everything, all the time. I LOVE raw oysters now!

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on February 25, 2012
at 12:06 AM

I could never eat horse...considering I've owned 6 and been riding since I was 6. I heard foie gras is DELICIOUS though

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on February 25, 2012
at 12:04 AM

ZOMBIE!!!

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on February 24, 2012
at 08:55 PM

I have always wanted to try that!

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on February 24, 2012
at 06:34 PM

Goose is awesome when you can find/afford it.

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on February 24, 2012
at 04:13 PM

I agree with you saying they all taste lean and similar. It really comes down to preparation and cooking technique, I think.

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on February 24, 2012
at 04:09 PM

Yeah, I didn't love bear. Alligator and snake were similar to me, like chicken but stringier.

1d0497f8781845ab371b479455bfee8e

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on February 24, 2012
at 02:54 PM

I'd like to try some Mike Rowe ;)

1d0497f8781845ab371b479455bfee8e

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on February 24, 2012
at 02:52 PM

LOL! Is he a vegetarian or something?

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on July 07, 2011
at 11:14 PM

moose is great - bear is the pits (at least the bear that I've had)

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on July 07, 2011
at 11:12 PM

hmmmm...i had a different experience with geoduck - not my fave...and I LOVE all seafood! Maybe it was the way it was prepared (but it was raw at a sushi place, so maybe not).

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on June 30, 2011
at 03:16 AM

Agree with the deliciousness of buffalo! No, bison is no longer endangered...in terms of meat production (but if you google original buffalo herd, Yellowstone, etc., you can learn more; it's complicated, but meat production absolutely does not harm the population, but in fact is growing it over the long term). You're actually supporting (100 % pastured) bison ranchers, which of course, is a good thing. Grassroots movements in Montana thank you. :)

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on June 29, 2011
at 03:48 PM

Horse is very good. Go to Switzerland and get some. Top secret, hilarious tip: horse and horseradish makes a killer sandwich. This was pre-paleo for me, so you'd have to replace the bread somehow...

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on June 29, 2011
at 08:48 AM

Yes. I was being 100% serious.

7d0c3ea9bf8be00b93e6433d8f125ac3

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on June 29, 2011
at 07:15 AM

Rabbit is really good.

7d0c3ea9bf8be00b93e6433d8f125ac3

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on June 29, 2011
at 07:15 AM

Yes. I was being 100% serious. (No, of course not.)

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on June 29, 2011
at 04:31 AM

I know where to find goose. Just want someone to eat it with me. Helping pay for it would also be nice.

C0fcb48d7da4f76fac17318efd2cd6b8

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on June 29, 2011
at 04:27 AM

Squirrel. I tried to shoot the little bugger in my back yard, but I missed and lost my prized arrow instead.

C0fcb48d7da4f76fac17318efd2cd6b8

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on June 29, 2011
at 04:25 AM

People aka Long Pig.

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on June 29, 2011
at 03:43 AM

Oh yum, rabbit is so good. Rabbit Rillettes are my fave. Rich, a little gamey but not overwhelming.

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on June 29, 2011
at 03:41 AM

I'm from the W. Coast and Geoduck is AWESOME! Raw, used as a sub for clams - go for it. You totally need to go clamming if you're out there, so fun!

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on June 29, 2011
at 02:30 AM

That's the most intelligent thing your brother ever said?

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on June 29, 2011
at 01:59 AM

I found goose at my local Chinese store, yummy

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on June 29, 2011
at 01:34 AM

My thought exactly.

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on June 29, 2011
at 01:23 AM

LOVE a good hasenpfeffer!

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on June 29, 2011
at 01:07 AM

Mine was just a joke.

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:59 AM

Sara - it sounds great and hoity toity and all, but it went more like this. "Daddy what was that we ate for dinner tonight?" "Snails! HAHAHAHAHAH." @Rose - I don't get TV, but once in a while I'll watch a cooking show in HULU - Iron Chef loves the geoduck. Once it's all tripped down and sliced, I bet it's like octopus.

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:54 AM

Yeah, I could see that Mike might be kind of chewy.

1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:54 AM

Lucky you! My white-trash family made me squeamish about eating anything interesting. I strive to overcome it, though.

1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

(2435)

on June 29, 2011
at 12:52 AM

This makes my California-raised hippie self sad :(

1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:48 AM

Hahahaha! Maybe we could try elephant instead?

1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:46 AM

It tastes like the most succulent, flavor-packed piece of dark-meat chicken you ever had. Commercial rabbit, anyhow. Wild might be completely different.

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:46 AM

chewy I bet :) I'll let you know.

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:40 AM

Meat is murder. Tasty, Tasty Murder.

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:38 AM

I'd be willing to take your seconds Rose ;)

246ebf68e35743f62e5e187891b9cba0

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:07 AM

Holy Crap Thomas! Can I change my answer!? Heh.

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:05 AM

'Roo is awesome. It's sensational raw as well *drool*

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:05 AM

albeit a little freezer burned....

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:02 AM

I would love some rillette about right now.

246ebf68e35743f62e5e187891b9cba0

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on June 28, 2011
at 11:58 PM

Ostrich is available in plenty of stores in North America. If you blindfolded someone they would swear they are eating sirloin steak with a softer texture and a metallic/mineral-finish. Goat is getting popular in my state, and the rancher I go to for meat will have goats for slaughter in 6 months. I.Can't.Wait.

246ebf68e35743f62e5e187891b9cba0

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on June 28, 2011
at 11:56 PM

rabbit is awesome. It tastes, well, like rabbit... it's really hard to describe. It's what I imagine squirrel (kinda gamey and rich) would taste like if squirrels ate grass and clover instead of acorns and pine nuts.

3aea514b680d01bfd7573d74517946a7

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on June 28, 2011
at 11:43 PM

Wow, that's brave. I made a crack about eating grubs earlier today, but geoduck is, well, gooey-looking. I'd be happy to try some with Mike Rowe, though. ;D

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on June 28, 2011
at 11:37 PM

whale meat is tasty indeed - if fried, tastes like beef liver... and well, here in japan it costs just like beef liver (about 2 usd for 100 grams)

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on June 28, 2011
at 11:31 PM

really? I've heard horse is delicious. I think SAD eaters can't handle gamey meat because all they've ever had is corn fed cow and chicken.

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on June 28, 2011
at 11:28 PM

Kangroo fo' shoo.

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on June 28, 2011
at 11:22 PM

I'd love to try venison as well!

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Efc27460255d03e72392883ca8a7b0d2

(134)

on June 28, 2011
at 11:58 PM

Mammoth meat would definitely be awesome!

Aead76beb5fc7b762a6b4ddc234f6051

(15239)

on June 29, 2011
at 12:05 AM

albeit a little freezer burned....

1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

(2435)

on June 29, 2011
at 12:48 AM

Hahahaha! Maybe we could try elephant instead?

C1c86f42410cd4788bd9c5cf801dcd8f

(2246)

on June 29, 2011
at 01:34 AM

My thought exactly.

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on June 29, 2011
at 02:22 PM

In my experience, many game meats don't taste like much or much different, as they tend to be lean. I have had venison, squirrel, alligator, turtle, ostrich, rabbit, caribou, elk, pigeon, quail, and boar, off the top of my head. Of these my favorites are probably venison and rabbit. None of them have a lot of fat (if you just eat the typical muscle cuts) so aren't necessarily particularly tasty.

Rather than branch out into ever-weirder types of game meat, I would like to move myself closer to the process, by killing and processing my own meat. I have never been hunting, but would like to do it and learn how to clean and process my own kills. I would also like to take part in a pig butchering. If anyone is doing one and needs a hand... :-)

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on February 24, 2012
at 04:13 PM

I agree with you saying they all taste lean and similar. It really comes down to preparation and cooking technique, I think.

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on June 30, 2011
at 09:27 PM

The most elusive game meat: that which is the product of the most dangerous game.

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on June 29, 2011
at 03:55 AM

Shellfish, and more non-shelled fish. Growing up, I never really had much (any?) of either- dad was allergic to shellfish, and we were in the midwest anyway, so we just never ate much of it. I'd love to get a taste of just about everything. (although I'll probably never figure out- who looked at a lobster and said "ok, let's try that!"?)

Ostrich, kanagroo, snake, buffalo (had the ground meat, never a proper cut), rabbit, and more organ meats, for the rest of my list. :)

Aa69579f867333b08158c70e25f7daf1

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on February 25, 2012
at 12:26 AM

I grew up in Nebraska, and I intentionally found a job at a high end seafood restaurant when I moved to Boston so I could try... anything and everything, all the time. I LOVE raw oysters now!

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1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:50 AM

People.

Kidding. I really want to roast a goose, and have someone eat it with me.

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on June 29, 2011
at 04:25 AM

People aka Long Pig.

9846ee79687cfcdb8f67da838f295e0c

(209)

on June 29, 2011
at 01:59 AM

I found goose at my local Chinese store, yummy

1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

(2435)

on June 29, 2011
at 04:31 AM

I know where to find goose. Just want someone to eat it with me. Helping pay for it would also be nice.

273729a18d2f18903815d2644a4d64de

(1683)

on February 25, 2012
at 12:04 AM

ZOMBIE!!!

0382fa263de4c83328dc34a56e25437f

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on February 24, 2012
at 06:34 PM

Goose is awesome when you can find/afford it.

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77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on June 28, 2011
at 11:51 PM

You guys really need to go with me (or my sister Mei Ling, bless her where is she now) the next time I go to China. You could definitely have your wish fulfilled there. There's a restaurant down the street where I stay in Beijing that specializes in Donkey meat. When I go to Inner-Mongolia, I always drink the fermented horse milk (it's alcoholic). I won't eat dogs, cats or horses (or donkeys). They are my friends.

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0dbd7154d909b97fe774d1655754f195

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on June 28, 2011
at 11:37 PM

Hmmmm, my people are French and they fed me all bits and organs from a lot of different animals - also my husband hunts and he bring home all sorts of critters that we eat.

But, now that I am within a day's drive of the Pacific Northwest Coast - I want to try geoduck.

3aea514b680d01bfd7573d74517946a7

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on June 28, 2011
at 11:43 PM

Wow, that's brave. I made a crack about eating grubs earlier today, but geoduck is, well, gooey-looking. I'd be happy to try some with Mike Rowe, though. ;D

0dbd7154d909b97fe774d1655754f195

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:46 AM

chewy I bet :) I'll let you know.

1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

(2435)

on June 29, 2011
at 12:54 AM

Lucky you! My white-trash family made me squeamish about eating anything interesting. I strive to overcome it, though.

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on June 29, 2011
at 03:41 AM

I'm from the W. Coast and Geoduck is AWESOME! Raw, used as a sub for clams - go for it. You totally need to go clamming if you're out there, so fun!

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:38 AM

I'd be willing to take your seconds Rose ;)

3aea514b680d01bfd7573d74517946a7

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:54 AM

Yeah, I could see that Mike might be kind of chewy.

0dbd7154d909b97fe774d1655754f195

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:59 AM

Sara - it sounds great and hoity toity and all, but it went more like this. "Daddy what was that we ate for dinner tonight?" "Snails! HAHAHAHAHAH." @Rose - I don't get TV, but once in a while I'll watch a cooking show in HULU - Iron Chef loves the geoduck. Once it's all tripped down and sliced, I bet it's like octopus.

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(12379)

on July 07, 2011
at 11:12 PM

hmmmm...i had a different experience with geoduck - not my fave...and I LOVE all seafood! Maybe it was the way it was prepared (but it was raw at a sushi place, so maybe not).

1d0497f8781845ab371b479455bfee8e

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on February 24, 2012
at 02:54 PM

I'd like to try some Mike Rowe ;)

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on February 24, 2012
at 08:55 PM

I have always wanted to try that!

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on February 24, 2012
at 11:09 PM

Odd as it sounds, I've never had mutton available anywhere I've lived. For all the lamb I eat, I've always wanted to try the adult version.

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on February 24, 2012
at 04:47 PM

One vote for kangaroo here. And squirrel, which my husband tells me he can easily take down with a homemade blowgun, but I'm not clear on cleaning/skinning it. Plus I'm pretty sure our local squirrels are grazed on trash and pollution in addition to avocados and walnuts.

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on February 24, 2012
at 04:38 PM

I sampled some bear sausage many years ago and found it to be really fatty and gamey (I was eating SAD back then). I'd love to try it again and see if I like it better now.

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on February 24, 2012
at 04:12 PM

This is potentially embarassing... Duck confit. I've never had good French food, and I'd love to have somebody teach me how to cook with duck.

I've had bison, elk, deer, antelope, ostrich, snake, alligator, shark, bear, goose, wild turkey... I'd say the elk steaks and smoked goose and turkey were my favorite. Venison is great when it's prepared right, but so often it isn't.

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on February 24, 2012
at 02:41 PM

Kangaroo was absolutely amazing, on the water in Australia with my love...bonding over Roo skewers = i would HIHGLY recommend it! - Little Creatures in Freemantle, Perth..if anyone is out that way.

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on June 30, 2011
at 04:28 AM

LOVE Ostrich. It's by far my favorite meat to date... I really want to try Alligator, Kangaroo, Wild Boar, Antelope, Llama, Yak, Moose & Bear!

Yes, I have a big list. ha ha.

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on July 07, 2011
at 11:14 PM

moose is great - bear is the pits (at least the bear that I've had)

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on February 24, 2012
at 04:09 PM

Yeah, I didn't love bear. Alligator and snake were similar to me, like chicken but stringier.

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on June 30, 2011
at 03:01 AM

I recently had the pleasure of eating Buffalo! It was delicious! And it's one of the absolute leanest meats around. Plus, it's full of flavour. Imagine the best beef you've ever had - now take out any of the greasiness and that's buffalo. I bought it at my local fresh farmers market about a month ago but haven't seen it since. It was quite affordable too. Apparently buffalo was once endangered but now it isn't? I hope they aren't endangered anymore...otherwise I've contributed..

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on June 30, 2011
at 03:16 AM

Agree with the deliciousness of buffalo! No, bison is no longer endangered...in terms of meat production (but if you google original buffalo herd, Yellowstone, etc., you can learn more; it's complicated, but meat production absolutely does not harm the population, but in fact is growing it over the long term). You're actually supporting (100 % pastured) bison ranchers, which of course, is a good thing. Grassroots movements in Montana thank you. :)

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on June 29, 2011
at 02:27 PM

I'd like to try alpaca.

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on June 29, 2011
at 01:28 PM

There is a restaurant near us that serves different kinds of exotic meats periodically - giraffe, zebra, water buffalo, etc. People really raised a stink though the time they advertised lion - guess that one was a little far out there for most folks. Too bad I they ran out before I could get there - THAT one would have been interesting.

And, by the way, squirrel is awesome - and not at all gamey like you might think.

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:18 PM

I'd like to try dog. I have a dog and he's near and dear but i'd still eat a dog if given the chance. Friend of mine had some in South Korea.

I'd like to try an ostrich egg, still never had one.

I lived in Japan for a while but never encountered whale. I'd like to try that.

I had raw horse and it was good.

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on June 29, 2011
at 11:52 AM

I bought some bison that we're trying tonight for the first time. I also ate a chicken liver for the first time yesterday...not too bad. I think rabbit and duck will be next on my list.

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on June 29, 2011
at 08:41 AM

I've had sausages made from kangaroo, boar, and ostrich but would love to try proper steaks/cuts.

Traditional (for the UK anyway) game and hunted meat is delicious - venison, partridge, pheasant, rabbit, and even pigeon (if you remove the lead shot properly!) And, as nobody here is particularly far from the sea, all sorts of fish and shellfish.

Would definitely like to try buffalo/bison, and snake. I'm led to believe that hedgehog is very nice as well - covered in mud/clay and baked in an open fire.

Of course, there's always the more exotic delicacies - sheep's eyeballs (great offence to refuse one if offered - my father, in Africa during WW2, said you pop one in whole and they explode into a gooey pulp in your mouth when you bite on it, like a tomato I guess), bushmeat (I always picture Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom - fried monkey brains), and the survival favourites witchety grubs, locusts, and various other creepy-crawlies that Bear Grylls and Ray Mears etc. like to chomp on.

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on June 29, 2011
at 03:49 AM

Cow brains. My Sicilian grandma remembers eating then in ravioli as a child. I just want to go back in time 75 years and eat all the things she ate as a girl.

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on February 25, 2012
at 01:21 AM

You can find cow brains in some places in America. My grandmother used to cook up brains n' eggs, with ramps (very strong flavored wild onion (actually a leek) from the Appalachian mountain region)

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on June 29, 2011
at 03:48 AM

Horse is delicious! If cooked properly, you can never tell the difference between that and a tasty tasty steak. Pinky swear. I've eaten a wide variety of tasty meat treats and other odd's and ends, beaver is gross people, squirrel is so good wrapped in bacon as it's super lean - think "devil on horseback" but with squirrel meat inside - or done up as rillettes. Ok, most anything in rillette form is pretty awesome :) Hmm.. had cod sperm three different ways and all were tasty. I think snake would be interesting.. or OO! Shark! I wonder about shark sashimi..

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on June 29, 2011
at 03:07 AM

Pancreas! I've heard it's delicious. (but when I asked the guy at the farmers market if he had any, he responded 'no... Are you in med school?').

Also squirrel. And brains.

Maybe rocky mountain oysters.

Definitely pig face.

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on June 29, 2011
at 04:27 AM

Squirrel. I tried to shoot the little bugger in my back yard, but I missed and lost my prized arrow instead.

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on June 29, 2011
at 02:01 AM

I want to try bison and rabbit, maybe deer...

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on June 29, 2011
at 01:46 AM

I've always been intrigued by balut - the filipino delicacy, a formed chick in the egg, boiled and served with vinegar. Sounds incredible. I will try anything that's put in front of me, but I'm hesitant about rabbits - they are my spirit brothers.

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on June 29, 2011
at 01:26 AM

I've had a fair range of proteins in my time. I've not had frog legs yet, I hear they're tasty. Or spiny lobster.

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on June 29, 2011
at 01:22 AM

I have eaten most things that can run, fly or swim in North America. Horse we can buy at the local butcher up here (in Canada) so I have been curious to see if Zebra meat is any different from regular horse meat.

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on June 29, 2011
at 01:01 AM

Another vote for venison. Also would like to try snake.

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:43 AM

Anything Endangered. And I would use an ivory fork to eat it with. J/K. Raccoon probably.

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on February 25, 2012
at 01:18 AM

Raccoon is very, very similar to rabbit. If you could imagine a soup with rabbit meat and pork meat minced together, the end result would be very similar taste-wise to raccoon. I find it amazing.

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on June 28, 2011
at 11:54 PM

I've eaten most of what's available in North America, excluding horse from our friends in the frozen North.

I would like to try puffin, I watched a Bizarre Foods where they feasted on the little buggers and it looked awesome.

I would also like Goose liver foie gras pate from France... as I feel the duck liver variant we have here simply pales in comparison (and I could brush my teeth with that crap, I love it so...) .

I would try horse... but frankly I'm not a "lean meat" guy so I've already got my prejudices against it.

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:02 AM

I would love some rillette about right now.

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:07 AM

Holy Crap Thomas! Can I change my answer!? Heh.

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on February 25, 2012
at 12:06 AM

I could never eat horse...considering I've owned 6 and been riding since I was 6. I heard foie gras is DELICIOUS though

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on June 28, 2011
at 11:43 PM

I'd like to try rabbit. My very culinary oriented cousin has told me it is delicious.

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on June 28, 2011
at 11:56 PM

rabbit is awesome. It tastes, well, like rabbit... it's really hard to describe. It's what I imagine squirrel (kinda gamey and rich) would taste like if squirrels ate grass and clover instead of acorns and pine nuts.

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on June 29, 2011
at 01:23 AM

LOVE a good hasenpfeffer!

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on June 29, 2011
at 07:15 AM

Rabbit is really good.

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:46 AM

It tastes like the most succulent, flavor-packed piece of dark-meat chicken you ever had. Commercial rabbit, anyhow. Wild might be completely different.

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on June 29, 2011
at 03:43 AM

Oh yum, rabbit is so good. Rabbit Rillettes are my fave. Rich, a little gamey but not overwhelming.

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on June 28, 2011
at 11:32 PM

Whale, black rhino, elephant, dog, and cat.

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on June 29, 2011
at 01:07 AM

Mine was just a joke.

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on June 28, 2011
at 11:37 PM

whale meat is tasty indeed - if fried, tastes like beef liver... and well, here in japan it costs just like beef liver (about 2 usd for 100 grams)

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on June 29, 2011
at 12:52 AM

This makes my California-raised hippie self sad :(

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on June 28, 2011
at 11:30 PM

I'd really like to try Caribou and Horse.

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