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  • #16
    Originally posted by TQP View Post
    That's not weird IMO. Then again I am Chinese. XD
    Seems fine to me, and I'm pretty not Chinese.

    Originally posted by wugang View Post
    btw... You ate your own flesh??? Have you had somehing amputated?


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    • #17
      Originally posted by Kazmo View Post
      So you got my attention, well done! LOL......I was actually gonna guess you were a serial killer or something! Now I'm gonna be controversial, Chinese people eat anything so I'm not at all surprised. And don't get me started on the disgrace that is the Chinese medicine trade and the things they do to those poor animals. There's nothing humane about it at all. Snake bile from a live snake anyone?
      This common believe that chinese people eat everything is wrong. Most regions don't eat weird animals and/or parts. There is one region though that is famous (even in china) for eating everything: Canton, the province next to Hong Kong. Sure there are other regions that might eat for example rats, turtles, snakes or insects. But those aren't really bizarre foods.

      I don't think (not trying to justifiy animal cruelity, only trying to put it in prespective) that the way certain animal products of TCM are any more cruel than animal testing in conventional "western" medicine. And maybe not as large scale (just my feeling). TCM has big differences from region to region. And in this aspect the Province Canton stands out as the one region were they use anything and sometimes pretty cruelly (some are illegal now). I condemn both practices; animal testing an cruel extraction methods.

      Originally posted by Kazmo View Post
      Mind you, I can't even stand the idea of eating offal so I'm a bit of a wuss on that score. They eat horse here and other parts of Europe. You may as well ask me to eat my cat! I steer well away from the sausages and deli - meats here, that's for sure. IMO anything tastes good once you smoke it! Now there's an idea for your next placenta experience, Hannibal
      We have a region here in Switzerland where they eat cat and dog and by law are allowed to eat it and produce charcuterie for private purposes. I wouldn't mind trying. Then again I eat anything that nutritionally makes sense to me.

      Haha We ate it unseasoned. Making it a proper dish with garnish and all would be a little weird. Her Mom only added a spice that said to aid absorbtion of nutrients. To be frank it tastet awfull, but it had a really healthy tasting organ flavour.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by NZ primal Gwamma View Post
        Often the cows and sheep on our farms have eaten their placentas after birth, that is if the dog doesn't get to it first.
        Our dogs always look their best after a spring full of placentas !
        Really? Do you actually see a difference or were you kidding?

        Have you aver considered eating one yourself? I Mean a cows placenta. I am considering trying to find someone willing to give me cows, sheep or goat placenta.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by wugang View Post
          Really? Do you actually see a difference or were you kidding?

          Have you aver considered eating one yourself? I Mean a cows placenta. I am considering trying to find someone willing to give me cows, sheep or goat placenta.

          I actually see a major difference in the dogs condition after a spring full of placentas.
          I have had 5 children, and NO i have never considered eating any of their placenta's !!!!!!

          I have also had plenty of sheep(20,000) odd, and heaps of cattle, and the thought of eating their placentas just doesnt turn this old Gwamma on ........ At all, however give me a steak from said cow .......
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          • #20
            Originally posted by NZ primal Gwamma View Post
            I actually see a major difference in the dogs condition after a spring full of placentas.
            I have had 5 children, and NO i have never considered eating any of their placenta's !!!!!!
            Alright But i said "Have you aver considered eating one yourself? I Mean a cows placenta."

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            • #21
              Originally posted by NZ primal Gwamma View Post
              I actually see a major difference in the dogs condition after a spring full of placentas.
              I have had 5 children, and NO i have never considered eating any of their placenta's !!!!!!

              I have also had plenty of sheep(20,000) odd, and heaps of cattle, and the thought of eating their placentas just doesnt turn this old Gwamma on ........ At all, however give me a steak from said cow .......
              Sorry Wugang, i did edit a weeny bit extra, after the fact.
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              • #22
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                • #23
                  I don't understand why it's so "gross." It's just meat... and from a human or a cow.

                  The only argument I see against is...I would probably save the placenta at some lab, freezing it, because at this point it's obvious that the frozen placenta could be the best gift you could ever "give" your child. When he or she has some sort of incurable disease or need a piece of skin grafted or need an organ etc., having his or her own stem cells available is the best medicine there is.
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                  • #24
                    I'm rather under the impression we've moved beyond needing placental stem cells, since we can generate them in the lab.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by MEversbergII View Post
                      I'm rather under the impression we've moved beyond needing placental stem cells, since we can generate them in the lab.

                      M.
                      Yeah, but no stem cells beats your own stem cells, with your own genetic code and epigenetics intact.
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                      • #26
                        Uhm…. nope… I'm already a picky eater and to think about eating placenta grosses me out big time cow or human… I do believe that it could be very healthy and nutritious but no, not for me,…

                        On the topic of human meat, I believe that there is still the issue with that it supposed to cause issues with the brain, but in an survival situation like after a major catastrophe or disaster I'm not sure I'll have issues with eating human flesh…it's nature
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                        • #27
                          Is it really meat? I mean, what is it like? Surely it's not like steak.
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                          • #28
                            Human meat anyone?

                            Originally posted by sbhikes View Post
                            Is it really meat? I mean, what is it like? Surely it's not like steak.
                            Well, we ate it minced and steamed. Texture wise it felt a little like minced liver or kidney. Maybe a little more fluffy. Flavor wise i think psychology played a certain part. I tasted like weird organ meat. Not really pleasant. The steamed placenta was a dark grayish pink/wine red. But that was three years ago and i can't remember really clearly since it was a turbulent time just having become a father.

                            It will always good to shock people or to reanimate a conversation.

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                            • #29
                              I suppose it's shocking conversation in some areas but I live in Santa Barbara where nothing is ever that surprising. Sounds like it tastes as I would expect it to, and that's not even having seen an actual placenta. Doesn't sound appealing.
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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by TQP View Post
                                Yeah, but no stem cells beats your own stem cells, with your own genetic code and epigenetics intact.
                                Good point.

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