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    I Don't Think So

    If you want to sample these at $12 a bag please do so. I'm down on horse, maggots and puffer fish.

    No Thank You,


      Please remember, the Recipes sub-channels are for posting actual recipes, thanks!


      • Wedunne
        Wedunne commented
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        So if he posted a recipe for horsemeat chips, that would be ok?

      • Huskee
        Huskee commented
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        Wedunne For organizational purposes, yes. For popularity, not likely

      Nope! I'm good. I'm not even sure I can eat cheese for awhile, now that I've learned about Casu martzu.


        For years now when I go to visit my sister in Dallas my packing has been the same, 2 socks, 2 ginch, 2 shirts, 8 bags of Ketchup flavored potato chips, 4 boxes Tetley tea, 2 bottles Crown Royal Northern Tradition....none are not available in Texas.
        If I need clothes they'll do laundry or take me to Marshalls.


          Well, I've eaten fugu and horse while living in Japan. Fugu is rather tasteless and isn't something I'd go out of my way to eat again.

          Horse on the other hand is a rare and wonderfully tasting meat. The few places that have it usually get around a pound per delivery, so it's usually sold out. The dish is called Basashi and it is thinly sliced (think Carpaccio) rib eye with a raw quail egg on top and dipped in a sauce of soy, ginger and fragrant shiso. This is a dish I seek out whenever I visit Japan.


            At $12 a bag, the price is more a deterrent to me trying them than the flavor!



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