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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    Seriously! Can we ask why? Were you really that hungry??
    The cheese was totally normal and I was trying out different brands of cheese.

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    The cheese was totally normal and I was trying out different brands of cheese.
    Norwegian cheese........made out of polar bear milk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal TT View Post
    Norwegian cheese........made out of polar bear milk
    I think the cheese was from some German-speaking country but polar bear cheese would probably have been a better choice. We only have polar bears on Svalbard but I'm sure someone up there is willing to milk polar bears for a substantial amount of money. The resulting cheese will probably cost $10,000 per kilo but who knows, maybe it is worth it ?

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    For me, it would have to be jellyfish. It wasn't bad at all. I'd have it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highly Favoured View Post
    For me, it would have to be jellyfish. It wasn't bad at all. I'd have it again.


    Ooohhh, interesting - What did it taste like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highly Favoured View Post
    For me, it would have to be jellyfish. It wasn't bad at all. I'd have it again.
    Quote Originally Posted by Romans828 View Post
    Ooohhh, interesting - What did it taste like?
    Was it raw or cooked? What was the texture like?

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    you all are NUTS!

    I don't eat "strange" food.

    In truth, I can't think of anything outrageous I've ever eaten.

    I don't even do sushi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    Was it raw or cooked? What was the texture like?
    What she said ^

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    Was it raw or cooked? What was the texture like?
    I had it in a Japanese restaurant local. We asked the Japanese waitress to guide us to things that Japanese would eat normally. We had jellyfish in a sauce and it tasted "interesting." Other than that there are no words to describe it. We also had sea urchin and mackerel, and I can't remembe the taste of the sea urchin because the jellyfish taste far eclipsed both.

    Texture was like trying to eat gummy worms.

    Now DH has had far more interesting food adventures than I have: goose foot, live baby eels, dog (in China, large breed dogs are raised for food), and various other animals. He's had beef tendons and cow eyeballs, etc, etc. The Chinese do not throw out much when they slaughter an animal.

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    Live eels ... DH said that all that night he wanted to throw up from his toes up. He could not NOT eat the eels because of the situation he was in. To not do it would have brought much dishonor to his company's president.

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