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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    I share your sentiment... I can't even eat rabbits (except for that one time...but I didn't know what it was at the time).

    I don't know how I'll react under conditions of extreme hunger. Will I get murderously crazed and plot the demise of the other stranded people? Will I try to live on seaweed/grass/leaves? I have no idea.

    I suspect however that if it's cooked well (hmm as well as it can be cooked under those conditions) AND I don't know what it is AND I'm really hungry, I might. I'm still a bit queasy though.

    Other animals..nope. I'd like to try toasted crickets though. Apparently they taste like crunchy almond-flavoured rice crispies.

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    I've pondered the notion when thinking about how some people survived in dire conditions by resorting to cannibalism of deceased people. Let's just say I hope I never have to find out what I would really do in such a situation.
    ~Self-depricating Megalomaniacal Superwolf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little_Sticks View Post
    After seeing Hannibal, I've always wondered what a human brain would taste like. Supposedly, it's made mostly of fat. That sounds really yummy. The way it sizzled in the pan in the movie with the cooking oil looked wonderful, although that probably wasn't real, but now I'm curious.

    I guess cannibalism is illegal though.

    What about animals? Are there delicacies I should be aware of in animal parts that most of the world doesn't care to eat that tastes really good? This could be a good thread for posting such delicacies, I suppose. I would enjoy the learning experience.



    ...Oh, yes, this is quite serious. I know I can be weird sometimes; I'm serious though.
    There's a couple of books I'd recommend to you The Year of Eating Dangerously, You're Really Going to Eat that? and most of all Extreme Cuisine from the Lonely Planet range, excellent full page pics accompanied by vital information.

    I'd never eat human, I've thought about it, and I think I'd starve first now, it wasnt always my view. Seeing the Book of Eli made me convinced on this point though.

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    Why not?
    Given the right circumstances, yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crescent Fresh View Post
    May I ask what that is? And how does it taste like?
    It was many years ago. I lived in Spain then. It was pretty much this recipe. It looked kind of like scrambled eggs and tasted mostly like garlic.
    http://msglaze.typepad.com/paris/200...truth_sau.html

    I also used to love snails, which mostly taste like butter and garlic, too.

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    I see no reason not to if it were absolutely necessary.

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    Apparently brains are really high in cholesterol.

    Just...so ya know.

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    Who are we gonna eat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not_Me View Post
    Who are we gonna eat?
    I hear canadian INTJs are the most succulent type of all. *tucks in napkin*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    I hear canadian INTJs are the most succulent type of all. *tucks in napkin*
    *Looks around for a Canadian INTJ*

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