Friday, April 10

Spring specials

Here are a couple of fertile treats, some traditionally made during the spring holidays:
Caviar, fish roe, via Browne Trading.

Balut (Hột vịt lộn), fertilized duck egg, via Makot Pech.

Ovetti nonnati, unlaid eggs from a butchered hen.

Cabrito or kutti pi, goat kid (sometimes unborn and seethed in it's mother's milk).

Persian lamb, unborn lamb meat.
Time magazine once wrote: "How succulent the flesh of unborn animals is, few civilized people know."

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

unborn veal calf is delicious as well!

Anonymous Anonymous said...

so is human placenta

Anonymous Anonymous said...

why? Just so you can have a moment of food bliss? How selfish can you get?

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's wrong with a moment of food bliss? There IS such a thing as a food chain.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now as a special treat courtesy of our friends at the Meat Council, please help yourself to this tripe.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

unconscious eaters lack ethical compass leading to justification statements seen in the food chain comment above. can you say factory farm?

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unborn veal calf was one of the most delicious things I have eaten. It was from a small farm when I lived in Oregon. The mother would have died if the calf wasn't extracted. Remember, small dairy farm, very few milking and breeding cows. I was fortunate to be able to cook and eat this veal calf.


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