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    Yeah I guess it's possible, by older I mean weaning age as opposed to "newborn"... you should try them, I think your Auntie's recipe would work really well, done properly!


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    Lol maba


    Be careful what you Google....!!


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    Bleah....I like to think I'm a fairly adventurous eater, but the idea of chewing on bull testicles just doesn't appeal to me. I'd have to be on a desert island and starving.


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    I will definitely be trying them this year at branding. In fact I'll probably slip away and join my Auntie in the kitchen to get the inside scoop.

    The more I see the less I know for sure.
    -John Lennon

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    Do a youtube video - I had a look for help and couldn't find anything


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    Good idea, if she's willing I will for sure!

    The more I see the less I know for sure.
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    Smash them with a hammer, Standard Operating Procedure, and take out your frustrations about men.


    Very cathartic.


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    ..is that balls?

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    The hammer is overkill, it was fun enough watching the 2 guys helping the (male) vet, hehe.

    Wasn&#39;t laughing at the poor calves though, bless them...


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    About the hammering, I read once that&#39;s how they flatten them (ouch, it&#39;s painful to write that!) before cooking. That may be wrong, I have no idea.


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