Aquacide

Would you eat this ?

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If the chicken was slaughtered in the place serving it, so that there is minimal time and contact of internal parts with contaminants, sure, why not ???

 

 

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No. They tried to get me to eat it in Japan. They swear they have no salmonella. I ate the raw egg stuff but I would not do the chicken. 

 

And yes it is a very real thing. 

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no I couldn't - the smell of raw chicken is enough. :dismay:

 

ive eaten snake, rats, frogs, snails, horse, dog, worms and bugs, but I couldn't eat that. nope. not happening.

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2 mins ago, Aquacide said:

no I couldn't - the smell of raw chicken is enough. :dismay:

 

ive eaten snake, rats, frogs, snails, horse, dog, worms and bugs, but I couldn't eat that. nope. not happening.

If your raw chicken smells, it's crab bait

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The people who say that we evolved to eat raw meat are full of ****: the consensus in paleoanthropology now is that human use of fire predates are own species: that's right, hominids were burning weenies over the campfire before Homo sapiens even existed.  


Add the cultural conditioning at being revulsed at the thought of rare meat, especially chicken, and I'll take a pass, thank you. I will take another glug of that sake, though. :th:

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11 mins ago, MitchellNJ said:

If your raw chicken smells, it's crab bait

Raw chicken has a smell to it, the same way raw beef, venison and pork do.   The latter three, I've eaten all of them raw.  Including all sorts of eggs, fish, etc.

Chicken, no interest.  But, if I was in Japan, sure, wth, pass the sake.

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2 mins ago, Belmo said:

The people who say that we evolved to eat raw meat are full of ****: the consensus in paleoanthropology now is that human use of fire predates are own species: that's right, hominids were burning weenies over the campfire before Homo sapiens even existed.  


Add the cultural conditioning at being revulsed at the thought of rare meat, especially chicken, and I'll take a pass, thank you. I will take another glug of that sake, though. :th:

I use a similar argument about the whack job vegans.   The reason we were able to leapfrog all of our competition (other meat eaters) as we evolved was b/c we were the first to start eating protein that had been cooked over fire, thereby making it much more digestible and nutrient rich.  Our brains were able to evolve and grow exponentially to the other animals eating raw meat.

 

That is not to say that you shouldn't eat any raw meat.  Countless cultures have traditionally eaten raw animal protein for millennia.    If rare meat scrunches up your panties, you're just bending a scientific fact to justify being a puuuseay. :fire:

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If we evolved to eat raw meat, it was raw, freshly-caught game. We did not evolve to eat raw meat processed by a pervert like Frank Perdue. 

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