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  • Human meat anyone?

    I decided post something rather controversial. At least for western tastes. (I'm from the western hemisphere too)

    I have eaten human meat. And I'm not kidding. Let's see if someone can guess the circumstances of my cannibalistic experience.

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    Your own, I suppose? I've also done this.

    M.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by MEversbergII View Post
      Your own, I suppose? I've also done this.

      M.
      Nope, not my own. And maybe i should hint that it was a real portion, not just a small thingy.

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      • #4
        Placenta?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by fifer View Post
          Placenta?
          Yep, correct. That was fast. I was hoping for a lot of weird guesses. Couldn't you have waited a little?

          I ate some of my wife's steamed placenta. We were living in Yunnan, China at that time, where my wife comes from. It's very usual in china and other Asian countries to eat a placenta after birth. They claim it's one of the most nutritious things one can eat. When people realized that my wife is pregnant they started giving us offers for the placenta. Some offered quite a lot of money. But we kept it because my wife and her mother considered it vital to her recovery after giving birth.

          I heard that it's getting a little more popular in the west too. I guess that's how you heard about it?

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          • #6
            I'd say... youre child's placenta? Some people do that.

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            • #7
              That's not weird IMO. Then again I am Chinese. XD
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              • #8
                Originally posted by TQP View Post
                That's not weird IMO. Then again I am Chinese. XD
                Have you had the pleasure to eat relative or friend before?

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                • #9
                  Human meat anyone?

                  Originally posted by wugang View Post
                  Have you had the pleasure to eat relative or friend before?
                  Nope. I don't think so? I wouldn't say no to it though. Aren't placentas filled with stem cells???

                  http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0623091119.htm



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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by MEversbergII View Post
                    Your own, I suppose? I've also done this.

                    M.
                    btw... You ate your own flesh??? Have you had somehing amputated?


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                    • #11
                      Human meat anyone?

                      Originally posted by TQP View Post
                      Nope. I don't think so? I wouldn't say no to it though. Aren't placentas filled with stem cells???

                      http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0623091119.htm



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                      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXQr37Z2Qik
                      Yeah and a whole lot of other nutrients. Mamals, at least some of them, eat their placenta too. I'd love to try primal fed placenta

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                      • #12
                        i've read that placenta is super nutritious, but I don't think I'd be able to stomach it (I can barely get down animal organ meats. ha). not sure if it qualifies as human meat exactly. well, maybe. i don't know.
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                        • #13
                          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?

                          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

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                          • #14
                            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 !
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                            • #15
                              This is a little bit of Maori Culture, practiced in NZ



                              Whenua – the placenta


                              The placenta

                              The Māori word for land, whenua, also means placenta. All life is seen as being born from the womb of Papatūānuku, under the sea. The lands that appear above water are placentas from her womb. They float, forming islands.

                              The womb of the world

                              In another perspective, all life takes place within the womb of the world. In that womb, preparations are being made for a new world. We are children within the womb of the world, soon to be born into another reality.

                              Tangata whenua

                              Tangata whenua – literally, people of the land – are those who have authority in a particular place. This is based on their deep relationship with that place, through their births and their ancestors’ births. As tangata whenua express themselves in that place, they gain the authority and confidence to project themselves into the world. This idea, in turn, underpins the notion of mana whenua – spiritual authority in a given area.

                              Burying a placenta

                              Traditionally, the whenua (placenta) and pito (umbilical cord) of newborn babies are buried in a significant place. The placenta is placed in a specially prepared receptacle and buried in a particular location. This practice reinforces the relationship between the newborn child and the land of their birth.
                              "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

                              ...small steps....

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