Question of the day from Jenny

What is the strangest thing you’ve ever eaten

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9 Responses to Question of the day from Jenny

  1. Joy says:

    Probably octopus. I love escargot(s) but I don’t think that’s considered strange.

  2. SKL says:

    Ha, I typed a whole story but had to shut down my internet before posting.

    So long story short, probably the fish that still had the heads on. The eyes prove how fresh the fish is. You pull off the head and then eat the rest of the fish. Yum!

  3. Nikki says:

    Bear Balls?!?! lol

    I ate sardines when I was little. I’d sit on my dad’s lap and we’d eat them right out of the can. As an adult, I did try escargot but did not like it! That’s probably the strangest thing I ever ate.

  4. mssc54 says:

    I’m from Cajun Country so I likely don’t even know what strange things I’ve eaten.

  5. Jenny says:

    When i was little I used to eat liver & sardines oh and I loved venison…I hate venison today! And won’t touch the other stuff!

  6. Sue says:

    Alligator is as crazy as I’ve gone. Tastes like chicken!

  7. Laura says:

    Tripe. Steve made it once. Stunk up our apartment for DAYS – the place smelled like a rancid cow barn (not the sweet smell of a horse barn, with fresh hay. No, this is the smell that makes you gag when you catch a whiff of it going by on the highway). He made some sort of bizarre chili out of it. fortunately, the other ingredients were strong enough to mask the taste, but I really don’t see the point of eating the lining of a cow’s stomach. If you’re THAT bad off, there are plenty of wild onions and mushrooms to be harvested…

  8. Joseph says:

    Hum, had ‘cello’ (pronounced sallo), which is basically a slice of raw pig fat with the skin on, the more bristles the better! Ugh!! Not good!!
    Then my dad’s side of the family there are the traditional foods like pickled pigs feet/snout/ears, to just different trapped items like squirrel and beaver to just weird things like ‘prairie oysters’.

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