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    Seriously, this is probably in the top 3 favourite yum cha dishes for me. Add in a touch of chilli paste. Yummo.



    Not only are they delicious, but it avoids waste.

    Chicken feet are part of peasant culture that has become gourmet, like much of french cooking. Chicken feet are common in many cultures as a dish, along with some other pretty tasty "non main meat" dishes. Another favourite of mine is beef or lamb tongue. You used to be able to pick a big pickled ox tongue for 50 cents, but once the "immigrants" arrived, demand went up so now they cost a bomb.

    The most nutritious meat on the planet is liver. Want vitamin C? Pancreas has more than ANY fruit or vegetable.

    This is how carnivore cultures like the Inuit and some African tribes survived with no fruit or veggies of any kind. The fat and organs have all the nutrients you need to live, with the side benefit of not leaching minerals as do some veggies.

    When I see and hear whiney bitches carrying on how "icky" some type of food is, (hello @Grunta) it reminds me of what a bunch of soft whiners we have become.

    Man up bitch. Pull out your tampon and have some chicken feet. I dare you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodyAllen View Post
    Seriously, this is probably in the top 3 favourite yum cha dishes for me. Add in a touch of chilli paste. Yummo.



    Not only are they delicious, but it avoids waste.

    Chicken feet are part of peasant culture that has become gourmet, like much of french cooking. Chicken feet are common in many cultures as a dish, along with some other pretty tasty "non main meat" dishes. Another favourite of mine is beef or lamb tongue. You used to be able to pick a big pickled ox tongue for 50 cents, but once the "immigrants" arrived, demand went up so now they cost a bomb.

    The most nutritious meat on the planet is liver. Want vitamin C? Pancreas has more than ANY fruit or vegetable.

    This is how carnivore cultures like the Inuit and some African tribes survived with no fruit or veggies of any kind. The fat and organs have all the nutrients you need to live, with the side benefit of not leaching minerals as do some veggies.

    When I see and hear whiney bitches carrying on how "icky" some type of food is, (hello @Grunta) it reminds me of what a bunch of soft whiners we have become.

    Man up bitch. Pull out your tampon and have some chicken feet. I dare you.
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    In Fiji when food was scarce they’d become cannibalistic.
    one local told me with a smile;
    “white men taste like pork “

    But like Darkoz and wood state we adapt it has taken us millions of years to get where we are and to state one one is healthier than others is idiotic at best.

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    “As I get older, and upon reflection, moderation has not been good to me. I have to live in the "all or nothing round" for the remainder of my daze.”

    i like this quote from an old friend and lifting nut.

    it took me a while to figure out what he’s saying and I think he’s saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodyAllen View Post
    Seriously, this is probably in the top 3 favourite yum cha dishes for me. Add in a touch of chilli paste. Yummo.



    Not only are they delicious, but it avoids waste.

    Chicken feet are part of peasant culture that has become gourmet, like much of french cooking. Chicken feet are common in many cultures as a dish, along with some other pretty tasty "non main meat" dishes. Another favourite of mine is beef or lamb tongue. You used to be able to pick a big pickled ox tongue for 50 cents, but once the "immigrants" arrived, demand went up so now they cost a bomb.

    The most nutritious meat on the planet is liver. Want vitamin C? Pancreas has more than ANY fruit or vegetable.

    This is how carnivore cultures like the Inuit and some African tribes survived with no fruit or veggies of any kind. The fat and organs have all the nutrients you need to live, with the side benefit of not leaching minerals as do some veggies.

    When I see and hear whiney bitches carrying on how "icky" some type of food is, (hello @Grunta) it reminds me of what a bunch of soft whiners we have become.

    Man up bitch. Pull out your tampon and have some chicken feet. I dare you.
    seriously man, it’s 2019, who the fuk sucks on boiled chicken feet these day?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkoz View Post
    I like chicken livers, very tasty
    Horrible texture, and itís a filter
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    Speaking of weird chicken pieces
    WTF is a chicken giblet?
    Where the fuk on the chicken did they cut that off?
    Now bbq chicken ribs = awesome!
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    Chicken feet was a staple with wog families in the 70ís and 80ís.
    Not anymore in my family.
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    Some good comments in this thread, I really like where it is going. let me respond to each one that caught my interest,

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkoz View Post
    First and foremost, humans as a species are successfull because we have the ability to adapt to changing conditions and environment and as you say, we ate what was vailable at the time but I certainly wouldn't say it was optimal.
    I would have to agree with that to a certain degree, however species do evolve to have a specific diet, almost every animal is 'designed' or has 'evolved' to eat certain things and to not eat certain things.

    Horses/deer/rabbits will eat meat if survival depends on it or even if the opportunity arises, but it is not optimal. Humans will almost eat anything in a life and death situation, but I am certain there is an 'optimal human diet', I don't know what it is but I am 110% certain that it does not involve flying out of season fronts and vegetables around the world.

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkoz View Post
    On the other hand though, I don't think we need to eat certain foods that we have always been taught, like grains, and processed carbs from wheat like breads, patas etc., I think we can do fine and even better without them as they were intoduced only as a practical means of feeding a large population
    Agree 110%, there are no essential carbs, or grains, there are however lots of essential amino acids and fats though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grunta View Post
    Because we fly shit in, evolve medical cures, have flushing dunnies and soap we live longer, thatís all that is about @Big Mick ; using what we can from around the world to extend life.
    Very simplistic way to look at it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Grunta View Post
    spoke to a vet, he said who they donít show on discovery ch is when a lion kills a zebra the first eat the organs and guts for all the minerals, then they consume the meat for calories
    domesticated dog will live twice as long as a feral one
    I thought that was common knowledge, organ meats are the most prised by wild carnivorous animals, and also by indigenous cultures, often the organs are given to the hunter that killed the animal and they are most often eaten raw.

    Domesticated dogs live twice as long(not sure this is even a fact or correct, it seems more like an arbitrary statement made by a vet to justify his fee) as they don't have to hunt for food, and they get fed, but also keep in mind that the only animals in nature that develop chronic health conditions and diet related illnesses are those cared for by humans.
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