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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.
    https://www.foodandwine.com/news/msc...32fd0001fdefaa

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    No Thank You,

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      #3
      Please remember, the Recipes sub-channels are for posting actual recipes, thanks!

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      • 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

      #4
      Nope! I'm good. I'm not even sure I can eat cheese for awhile, now that I've learned about Casu martzu.

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        #5
        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.

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          #6
          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.

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            #7
            At $12 a bag, the price is more a deterrent to me trying them than the flavor!

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