|Quoting waterpolodan (Reply 14):|
It's fascinating to watch a beaver just swallow wood right up, isn't it? Disgusting to some, I suppose, but I think it makes them even more appetizing.
It's always fun to see how what seems strange to someone is perfectly commonplace to another. Organ meats and goat are widely consumed in Greek culture so I've been exposed to both from a young age and consider them entirely normal and entirely delicious. Goat, especially when boiled and served with lots of oregano, salt, and pepper is absolutely delicious.
I must agree. I love fish, but I've never, ever been able to acquire a taste for catfish. There's just something "murky" about the taste of it.
|Quoting idealstandard (Reply 34):|
Also rabbits are commonplace in any butcher (if you can find one!) and duck is very commonly eaten all over the UK.
Rabbit and hare are quite delicious, although I have a hard time eating them now. There's just something unsettling about eating a bunny, which is hypocritical considering I eat beef, pork, chicken, etc., but rabbit is something I just can't do. It's a lot like my inability to eat lobster anymore given that they are boiled alive.
|Quoting ShyFlyer (Reply 39):|
Had a burger made with lamb once. It was quite good.
Never tried a lamb burger, although I've eaten lamb prepared every which way. Grilled lamb chops, roasted leg of lamb, lamb stews, etc., etc. Done right, lamb is absolutely delicious.