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    All lean boneless meat and beef and well any kind of meat. Because I am picky at what kind of meat I eat. I do also eat lean rare cook meat and beef. Like steaks. I also eat shrimp, Scallops , Sushi. I even ate deer venison bacon.

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    Revisiting this thread.
    My list is still pretty much the same, but I've realized I just hadn't had GOOD beef yet. After trying some very juicy and plump steaks, beef is now a lot higher on the list! But I'm still talking about really tender steak, not ground or tough beef.
    I've now had venison too and loved it. Alligator is one of my favorites, how could I leave it off?

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    Updating my answer as well. My new meat love is LAMB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elinox View Post
    Updating my answer as well. My new meat love is LAMB.
    That's the one meat I have not tried yet. I would like to eat more venison and I would like to try Wild Boar and elk. Anyone here every eat any of those kinds of meat before.?

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    Yeah, I've had lamb, venison, boar and elk. They're all great, prepared well. I've had all of them cooked nicely, and all of them also in poorly-cooked or cheap crappy form. Some slowly cooked lamb shank is one of the tastier things I've ever had.

    I'd really like to have wild boar again, too... because it's tasty and because I fucking hate feral hogs.

    I'll also add balut, gizzards, "Rocky Mountain oysters", and liver to the list of tasty animal proteins I've enjoyed. I didn't realize until sometime last year that "oysters" are usually prepared deep fried. You really can't go wrong with that. There's nothing even that weird about them; it's literally JUST the emotional response to eating testicles that wigs people out.

    One of my Christmas gifts to my best friend this year was an imported can of surstromming. Next time we're able to get together, we will prepare it!

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