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#1
Today I bought some kangaroo steaks from the local supermarket. With this, I've eaten pretty much every animal that is available for public consumption in Western countries, including alligator, ostrich and frog.

It was unfortunately completely delicious.

What is your opinion on meat that isn't from a bovid animal (deer, sheep, goats, cows), common poultry or pigs?
#5
I've eaten whale meat many times, most of the time it's really good but the occasional piece I've gotten has had this bad fish oil like aftertaste.

I'd recommend it though, when it's done the right way it's some of the most delicious meat you can get.

Edit: I've eaten foal meat also and that's really good, apparently it's much better than the meat of an adult horse.
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#6
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Secretly, I really hope pandas start getting it on more so that they increase in numbers and eventually it's okay to eat them.

I've heard that bear meat is absolutely atrocious, though.
#11
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Have you had Zebra steaks?

No, I am not aware of them being legally sold here.

Though I DO expect they'd basically taste like horse.
#12
Pretty weird. But I won't judge.

Though I've recently discovered Snake Wine.

Think I'd try just a sip.
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#13
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No, I am not aware of them being legally sold here.
I'd be surprised if they weren't.

Though I DO expect they'd basically taste like horse.

Supposed to be like a slightly sweeter and gamier beef
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I've heard that bear meat is absolutely atrocious, though.

Goddamn. Why you gotta ruin my dreams with realities?

Deep down, I know I'll never eat a panda bear. I know that succulent panda meat will never pass my lips. In my head though, it's perfect. It tastes like all the best parts of pork and steak mixed together in a way that compliments each flavour without it becoming too busy and it's cooked just right. It's always cooked just right. Let me have this.
#18
I'll try most animals. I think the strangest I ever had was either frog or alligator. Both were pretty tasty.


Oh, and Mako shark. That was pretty good.
#20
I find it interesting, the weirdest I've had is hedgehog.
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#21
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I'll try most animals. I think the strangest I ever had was either frog or alligator. Both were pretty tasty.


Oh, and Mako shark. That was pretty good.

Alligator is fantastic.
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#22
Alligator is actually pretty damn good. I ate a gator burger and it was delicious.
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#23
I've had buffalo and ostrich burgers, which were both amazing.
I've also had kangaroo stew, which tasted exactly like beef. If I hadn't been told what it was, I would never have guessed.
#24
Quote by CoreysMonster
I've heard that bear meat is absolutely atrocious, though.


I can't speak on panda, but for black bear, it really depends on what they've been eating. If they've been eating blueberries, it's delicious, if they've been eating salmon, not so much.
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#25
There was an episode of QI I saw which talked about how Giant Tortoises were apparently the most incredibly delicious thing imaginable. They apparently weren't scientifically classified until about 200 years after their first discovery because no specimen made it back to Europe without being eaten.
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There was an episode of QI I saw which talked about how Giant Tortises were apparently the most incredibly delicious thing imaginable. They apparently weren't scientifically classified until about 200 years after their first discovery because no specimen made it back to Europe without being eaten.


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#27
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Alligator is actually pretty damn good. I ate a gator burger and it was delicious.

You should give pan fried alligator a shot.

Cook it up like you would catfish or striper. Light breading in a buttery/oily pan on very high heat. Awesome stuff.
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#30
I had a horse burger when I was in Iceland. I also tried whale, that was nice.

I had an ostrich burger at a festival a few years ago too. Absolutely loved that.
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#36
I've eaten a large variety of meat. From alligator to zebra. Kangaroo has by far been my favourite. Or wild boar, **** man, wild boar is delicious.
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#38
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#39
Alligator is delicious, and probably the most 'exotic' thing I've tried.
#40
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Alligator is fantastic.



Only tried it once, as it isn't too common in PA. I enjoyed it.
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