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    Poultry: Only Whole Chicken, can't stand the breast meat anymore, and chicken wings, thighs, legs all with skin; Roast Turkey at Thanksgiving!; Pheasant; Dove; Duck


    Red meat: Bison (ground or steaks); Beef cuts including flank steak, hangar steak, skirt steak (those are less common ones that are delicious) and of course ground beef and the typical cuts; Lamb including loin chops, ground lamb, leg of lamb; Venison and Elk; I've tried Goat meat but wasn't a fan, maybe we needed a different cut/recipe; Pork ribs (baby back are awesome), pork chops, don't really like pork tenderloin much, BACON; Rabbit is interesting


    Fish/Seafood: Tilapia; Shrimp; Hubby likes Catfish; Halibut; Mussels; Scallops are okay; Octopus and Squid; Lobster (more than crab legs)


    Reptiles/Amphibians: Frog legs! That's all I've tried though.


    Organ meat: Have yet to try any


    Other (insects? anything else?): Escargot rock!


    Mixed meat: Whole hog sausage (it's much fattier than lean ground pork for instance, and much tastier)


    NON-MEAT: Soy products, hot dogs, most processed sausages, goetta (um super gross...it's like sausage oatmeal basically); that "cooked ham" stuff that comes in a half oval shape...sick; anything pressed into a form like chicken nuggets or fish sticks; slim jim's (which include "mechanically separated chicken" in the ingredients...also sick) and most processed jerkies.

    You are what you eat,
    and what you eat eats too - Michael Pollan


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    Poultry: Whole Chicken, Turkey, Duck, Goose, Pheasant, and Grouse


    Red meat: Steak (of course), beef roast, beef stew, pork chops, pork shoulder, pork loin(stuffed w/ whole hog sausage, yum!), rabbit, squirrel


    Fish/Seafood: Trout, steelhead, large and smallmouth bass, crappie, bluegill, catfish – I catch my own. Pretty much everything that comes from the sea but Shrimp (allergies, but I will try after I have been primal for a while).


    Reptiles/Amphibians: frog legs – I get my own there too.


    Organ meat: not so much


    Other (insects? anything else?): Swallowed a fly by accident once


    Mixed Meats: Whole hog sausage.


    I am lucky. My uncle owns a butcher shop and my cousin makes the best whole hog sausage ever. They live in a small town in eastern Ohio where all of the beef and hogs are grass fed. – It’s just cheaper than grain. I am helping out local farmers, most of the guys I helped put up hay in the summer so I know them personally and they sell to make ends meet. Eat good… feel good!


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    Chicken hearts. Used to eat them with veggies and fried rice, now, Hmmm....I need a new 'recipe'. Maybe just 'mock cauliflower rice'?


    I'd eat a bug, but ONLY if it were crunchy. All that squishy bug guts/ juice makes me wanna puke (& I have a very strong stomach!).


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    I've eaten bugs - as in Bugs Bunny.


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    For some reason, people get upset when I mention how tasty both Bambi and Thumper are... Along with Babe too of course


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    NorthernMonke: Amen!


    As a gag I'd say I've eaten most of the animal cast of Disney movies... Ha! Ha!

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    The only thing I eat on a semi regular basis that hasn't already been mentioned is sea cucumber. I have it at a Chinese restaurant and the way they prepare it it tastes like fermented cabbage. Really good.


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    I once had a burrito in Tijuana, Mexico that was SUPPOSED to be beef, but it sure didn't taste like any beef I've ever had. I strongly suspect it was dog. (Very tough and chewy, but good flavor.)


    Any other liverwurst fans? I looove big fat chunks of liverwurst on either celery or a big lettuce leaf.


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    We make our own liverwurst (the shop stuff is too salty). My wife likes it with almonds. I just have it by itself.

    The "Seven Deadly Sins"

    • Grains (wheat/rice/oats etc) . . . . . • Dairy (milk/yogurt/butter/cheese etc) . . . . .• Nightshades (peppers/tomato/eggplant etc)
    • Tubers (potato/arrowroot etc) . . . • Modernly palatable (cashews/olives etc) . . . • Refined foods (salt/sugars etc )
    • Legumes (soy/beans/peas etc)

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    Y'all are awesome! Great lists!


    Just curious... does anyone in here eat "head cheese"?

    Eating lots but still hungry? Eat more fat. Mid-day sluggishness? Eat more fat. Feeling depressed or irritable? Eat more fat. People think you've developed an eating disorder? Eat more fat... in front of them.

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