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Sounds tasty! My earlier post about hating liver was recollected lyrics from some song long ago - I think it was Alvin and the Chipmunks. I tried to find a youtube but failed… sorry.


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Originally Posted by pondering_it_all
So he collected some livers along with the kidneys we wanted to study. Then he had the ship's cook prepare them. He and the other chief investigator ate them for dinner. I passed.

But rumaki is actually pretty tasty: That's water chestnut and chicken liver, wrapped in bacon, and broiled. I think the key is a lot more bacon than liver!

It take a whole lot of bacon to wrap a Harbor Seal, even the livers and kidneys. You are what you eat, and you pretty much taste like what you eat too. So, including their own disgusting taste and texture seal livers and kidneys would likely taste very fishy, which might be OK if you like old fish.
Some National geographic scientist ( or maybe Farley Mowat) found a frozen/dead penguin egg and decided to have a penguin omelet for breakfast. I think is was a bit greenish and tasted essentially like anchovies. It required the consumption of much of their medicinal ethanol supply to finish eating it. Breakfast of champignons, it was not!
Similar problem arose when some pork ranchers tried feeding them trash fish! Better have some lemon with your poke chop. Why is lemon so favored with fish? The acid in citrus neutralizes the fishy volatile amines from degenerating fish flesh by converting them non-volatile amino salts, so that it appears fresh! sick

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Also from elsewhere: [quote]Generally, the egg of a bird has the flavor of the main component of the birds’ diet. Penguin diet is fish.
Short answer? Penguin eggs taste like fish.
I used to have a cookbook that had an entire section devoted to eggs. How to prepare everything from emu eggs (crack the egg into a bowl, let rest overnight in the fridge, and pour off the oil) up to and including penguin eggs. The entry for penguin eggs said that IF YOU ARE OUT OF ANCHOVIES, USE COOKED, CHOPPED PENGUIN EGGS AS AN ALTERNATIVE.

oooh, Kay.

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I credit the re-generation of my liver with my love for fried chicken livers.

Offal meat like sweetbreads, brains, and livers are all good! Chitlins, tripe, and mountain oysters!

Hearts are the beefiest beef on the animal! Tongue the tenderest!

But kidneys...??

Just nope.


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And, rubbery prostates would be just like rubbery gizzards, as both are mostly smooth muscles!


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Originally Posted by logtroll
Sounds tasty! My earlier post about hating liver was recollected lyrics from some song long ago - I think it was Alvin and the Chipmunks. I tried to find a youtube but failed… sorry.

Maybe it was lovers not livers!
Couldnt find livers even in Chipmunk Punk!


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And, rubbery prostates would be just like rubbery gizzards, as both are mostly smooth muscles!
I'd have to take your word for that.

I mean...I got nothing against eating ass, but I never went that deep.


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And, rubbery prostates would be just like rubbery gizzards, as both are mostly smooth muscles!
I'd have to take your word for that.

I mean...I got nothing against eating ass, but I never went that deep.

Thanks for that tip! grin
It reminded me that I needed to go and aerate my piles! rolleyes
Compost piles that is, after all I most certainly wouldn't want to go offtopic on a MOD!
I use the rototiller for these piles, that might be a bit of overkill on the piles where the sun dont shine!
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