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02-27-2014, 04:01 PM   #6811
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well Native Americans treasured the beast's skull and we now know that the calory and fat content of brain and organs exceeds llean muscle tissue. So when it is very cold outside, eat brains instead of chicken fingers!
Explorers studied Eskimos to find out why they were immune to things like scurvy. The answer was they ate every part of an animal they caught, not just the easy stuff!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
Aaaaaannnnnnd . . . . . . . . . . the hociR thread takes yet another turn.
Chickens? My Wife adores chickens, and we have about 125 chicken statues in the kitchen. On the top of the oven cabinet, on the window jamb at the sink, on top of the refrigerator. Pretty sure she has spent more on chicken shxx over the past ten years than I have spent on lenses. Note: She is from Iowa and grew up with pet hens.

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Explorers studied Eskimos to find out why they were immune to things like scurvy. The answer was they ate every part of an animal they caught, not just the easy stuff!
With a caribou or seal killed at -40F, there are no easy parts. But no need for an electric refrigerator.
02-27-2014, 04:29 PM   #6813
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seal killed at -40F, there are no easy parts.
Normally with seal the whole carcass is brought back to town and then thawed and butchered. But if it's really cold, the hunters will cut out the fresh liver and share it like we would candy. I've seen hunters then complain they are almost too warm in all the gear. The liver is so rich in iron that it almost instantly warms a person with long-lasting effect.

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Better never be the sole survivors of a plane crash in the mountains, or she might go all piranha on you!!
There are stories from the old days ....
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I didn't have to watch it to get grossed out. The preview pic was enough, lol.
Another benefit of the mobile web version. Seriously, y'all should try it.

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Okay this keeps getting worse..... My attempts to derail have failed..
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Another benefit of the mobile web version. Seriously, y'all should try it.
What's the fun of that! Go big or go home!! Of course if smart phones keep getting bigger, soon you can use the full version!
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What's the fun of that! Go big or go home!! Of course if smart phones keep getting bigger, soon you can use the full version!
I could use the full version on my current phone. It is just cluttered & you have to tap zoom.
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I could use the full version on my current phone. It is just cluttered & you have to tap zoom.
I saw someone with a phone the size of a Nook! Pretty soon people are gonna be walking around with boom box size phones!

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Most of you all food ideas are way exotic and questionable. Time to bring it down to earth, with a stable Finnish recipe that everyone loves. Veriletut.
The Finnish blood-pancakes.
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The Finnish blood-pancakes.
Looks good!!!
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My attempts to derail have failed.
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because there are no rails.
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Looks good!!!
They are really good with lingonberries that are not sweetened too much.
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because there are no rails.
QFMFT! We've been off the rails for a long while now!
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News flash. New "old cheese" found in mummies cheeks.
Archaeologists Find Cheese Clinging to 3,600-Year-Old Chinese Mummies - NBC News
That will keep me from getting the K3 for sure.
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QuoteOriginally posted by waterfall Quote
We must return to our roots, of Igunaq, lefse, lutefisk, cheese, bacon and Hush Puppies.
And beer.

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The wife's favourite treat if we get a caribou is the head. The whole head, skinned and roasted. Even if she doesn't get a friend over, it's stripped down to bone in 30 to 40 minutes. Eyes, crispy cartilage from the ears, brain, tongue - the whole thing. It's like watching a very hungry Pirahhna.

Then she complains all evening that she ate too much. Go figure.
I've had halibut head. All but the eyes. Gave them to the Japanese chef who prepared the head as a thank you gift.

That way I didn't have to refuse them.

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To what? Colorado pot smoked chicken??
Sure, why not?

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I'm not sure I could handle the eyes.
Read my response to Jac.

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Chocolate grasshoppers, yup. Taste a little like chocolate-covered grass.
So, what does grass taste like?

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Drive by there all the time, but to $$$ for my budget.
I know. But the food is excellent!

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They raise a lot of beef in Montana...he may have known something we don't.
That they are missing out on all the other great foods?

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Sooo...what is the difference between escargot and abalone or conch? The size of the shell, perhaps? All three are snails.
Yeah, but the abalone and conch have a much better flavor.

Same for razor clams.

Like these:









Dug them myself. They are great dredged in panko and seared quickly in a hot skillet, and the smaller bits make a fantastic chowder.

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That goes for the roosters too...
Roosters lay eggs?



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I never saw the episode, but got the joke immediately when reading your post.
Me too!

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well Native Americans treasured the beast's skull and we now know that the calory and fat content of brain and organs exceeds llean muscle tissue. So when it is very cold outside, eat brains instead of chicken fingers!
Chickens have fingers?

Well I never!
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