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Would You Eat Living Food?!


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At first, it was a big nope:

"In the Design Interactions department of the Royal College of Art's graduate exhibition this week Minsu Kim presents three dishes, each exhibiting a different behaviour: wriggling around, waving tentacles or puffing up as though breathing."

And then .....

"This project explores new culinary experiences through developments in synthetic biology, and finds its lineage in haute cuisine and molecular gastronomy," the designer adds. "What if food was able to play with our cutlery and create hyper-sensations in our mouth?"

I'm in!

Whew. That's a hard sell, man.

But not this:

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Yeah, that seems like a good place to draw the line.

Python or Boa?

Any snake, really.

Any LIVING snake.

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That does not look delicious. Not even a little.

"Rocky Mountain Style" ANYTHING makes me raise an eyebrow.

Rattlesnake JERKY isn't bad.  I think you can find it in the "exotic" jerky category here: 

https://www.mountainamericajerky.com/?gclid=CN2h7dqombgCFVFo7Aod4EMARA

I love that Mountain America Jerky has a "Jerky of the Month Club". 

Does anyone need that much jerky?

I think the packages are small and you can always share.

Who has not eaten live food!??!? Halibutboy frequently consumes live ebi and uni!

I guess deliciousness is in the eye of the beholder! One thing I would like to try one day is BBQ tarantula (dead version). I heard it tastes like really good king crab. Yum yum. If that girl can do it, I can do it...I hope.

Tarantulas, Temples, TEFL Training, Tuk Tuks and Toilets. - These Vagabond Shoes...

I am never eating that, but I'm curious if Soyeun would.

I wonder which wine pairs with tarantula?

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