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PoetryBox



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sarah q wrote:
redball wrote:
sarah q wrote:
anomaly wrote:
I had a friend facebook about eating kangaroo.....did you know people do that? Especially in a place like Dallas, TX?

For some reason, I sided w/ the kangaroo and called her a murderer, but then had a burger for lunch. Is it because cows and chickens aren't cute, but kangaroos are adorable?


How do you get kangaroo in Dallas?


Order it.
http://www.czimers.com/2.html


That's an impressive list right there. Who knew.


I think Lion and Racoons are the most surprising to me. What the hell, who eats lion for dinner.
Post Fri Jan 21, 2011 12:03 pm
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Here's a review of some of their products, including lion (this is how I knew about that):

http://www.cookingissues.com/2010/08/13/new-zoo-review-cooking-odd-meats/

warning: the whole deep fried raccoon is a little gross looking.
Post Fri Jan 21, 2011 12:15 pm
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PoetryBox



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do people actually look at that cooked raccoon and say "ohh I'll have that!"...
Post Fri Jan 21, 2011 1:55 pm
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PoetryBox wrote:
sarah q wrote:
redball wrote:
sarah q wrote:
anomaly wrote:
I had a friend facebook about eating kangaroo.....did you know people do that? Especially in a place like Dallas, TX?

For some reason, I sided w/ the kangaroo and called her a murderer, but then had a burger for lunch. Is it because cows and chickens aren't cute, but kangaroos are adorable?


How do you get kangaroo in Dallas?


Order it.
http://www.czimers.com/2.html


That's an impressive list right there. Who knew.


I think Lion and Racoons are the most surprising to me. What the hell, who eats lion for dinner.

I've had mountain lion before. Also rattle snake, muskrat, beaver, squirrel, goat, horse, and "normal" game like venison, elk, moose, bear, and a lot more. Food is food to me, and I enjoy trying new things. There's not much that I wouldn't eat at least once.
Post Fri Jan 21, 2011 2:04 pm
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Finn



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If you eat african lion for any reason other than that you yourself live in Africa and need to kill it and eat it in order to survive, you are an asshole.
Post Fri Jan 21, 2011 2:15 pm
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anomaly
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I ate goatse once, but it made me sick
Post Fri Jan 21, 2011 4:03 pm
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phataccino wrote:

I've had mountain lion before.


Mountain Lion is amazing. I've had it a few times, wish I could eat it more often.

Roughly 60% of meat I eat I harvest myself. Usually get 1 deer a year and still waiting on an Elk tag. Also, a lot of upland game. I also buy part of a cow from 4H every year. The only meat I eat that I don't know where it comes from is in restaurants.
Post Fri Jan 21, 2011 11:04 pm
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Ted Nugent right there.
Post Tue Jan 25, 2011 5:44 pm
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does anyone know if they deliver to Canada?
Post Tue Jan 25, 2011 8:34 pm
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Bring that Beat Back



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ever since someone on this forum pointed out what a great idea it was, I only buy meat off of Craigslist now.
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anomaly
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Ahahahahaaaaaaaaa!!!!! Wasn't that like 3 years ago? I still randomly think of that in traffic or somewhere odd and chuckle a bit.

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