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    Purple is closer Any more?
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    some sort of sea worms?
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    Pretty damn close now they're actually fried elvers (juvenile eels)

    Here are some live ones, yum:



    They're not eaten so much any more due to the fact that the live ones are worth between $500 - $1000/lb for sale to Japanese eel farms (eels can't be bred in captivity, they have to be caught wild and raised). Obviously when they're worth more than top quality caviar to the catcher, people are going to tend to prefer selling them to eating them!
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    I love, love, love, creamed butter and sugar. It tasted even better on Ritz crackers but I can't do that anymore--gluten free household.

    Cold sliced hotdogs on Ritz crackers.

    Sardines on crackers.

    Canned salmon and grits. With onions

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    here ya go! There's about 6 pages of replies to that question there!
    Ahhh, should have done a search.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redbone View Post
    I love, love, love, creamed butter and sugar. It tasted even better on Ritz crackers but I can't do that anymore--gluten free household.

    Cold sliced hotdogs on Ritz crackers.

    Sardines on crackers.

    Canned salmon and grits. With onions
    Ewww.....gluten-free

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    Quote Originally Posted by ragashree View Post
    Pretty damn close now they're actually fried elvers (juvenile eels)

    Here are some live ones, yum:

    Those baby eels remind me of a tiny fish that they have in the Philippines.



    It's called pandaka pygmaea (it's a type of gobi). Locally, who the hell knows, everyone seems to have a different name for it. The way the parents usually cook it is mixed up as an egg patty, or just put that shit in vinegar as a kind of fish salad.

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    uncooked oatmeal in water, it tastes like flour
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    Quote Originally Posted by chooi View Post
    Ewww.....gluten-free

    No "ewww" allowed in my kitchen--it's all good coming out of here. I'll make it work--even without the gluten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redbone View Post
    No "ewww" allowed in my kitchen--it's all good coming out of here. I'll make it work--even without the gluten.
    Hmm, I'll take your word for it. My experience with gluten-less foods is less than excellent.

    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    uncooked oatmeal in water, it tastes like flour
    Interesting, how did come by this discovery? And do you also like to eat flour? I love oatmeal and sometimes just eat the oats.

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