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Old 28th September 2009   #21
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people eat dolphins now.



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Old 28th September 2009   #22
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people eat dolphins now.
Dolphins? Surely not intentionally? What kind of MONSTER would do that? That's not a defensible action.

Axies as food: I remember reading something about 10 years ago about a supposed plan by a (ahem) french person to establish a chain of outlets or such like, specialising in Axolotyl dishes in France.

Whether this was true/had some basis in fact/was an urban myth I don't know.... but this thread obviously reminded me of it. Does it ring any bells?

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Old 28th September 2009   #23
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I would try axolotl in a heart beat if I had the chance. Although, this is coming from someone who eats squirrel.



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Old 28th September 2009   #24
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What a surprice, i think Japanese people would eat whale if they could... Wait they do, if its swims,its lunch.



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YUM!!!



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I wonder what fried axie would taste like I would probably try it but I'm pritty mutch a vego.



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Old 29th September 2009   #27
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Well... if we could find a culinary market for axolotl eggs, we'd all be rich...

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Axolotl caviar.



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Old 29th September 2009   #29
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I bet they taste like salmon pellets crossed with fish and chicken



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Old 29th September 2009   #30
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Now I wonder who will be first to try the axolotl caviar?



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Old 29th September 2009   #31
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Default Re: Axolotl on Rice

I would think it would taste really fishy being fully aquatic and all. Anything with the head still attached does tend to be a turn off, though.... We have the "Frog Leg Festival" at home in Florida every year...tastes like chicken.



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Oh I reckon you could have 'em raw like caviar or sushi, or batter and fry 'em like we do trout roe in Lousiana. Maybe sprinkled over pizza? Or floating atop, say, an onion soup?

No, no, of course I am not serious... but if anyone ever tries them, do let me know!

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I think the trickiest part with an axolotl based meal is the leftovers.

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Default Re: Axolotl on Rice

Does any one know that japan fish for dolphins and feed the kids with dolphins meat inside their lunch box.
Their parents will never know about it not until they have a chance to watch 'the cove'.
Feeding dolphins meat to kids = killing them, since the mercury in the dolphins meat are way too much for humans to take in.

Here is a documentary movie showing in downtown toronto about japanese fishing/ eating dolphins
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I cannot picture(in the future) that my kids...eating dolphin meat/whale meat/panada meat/dog/axolotl for lunch....(it might happen, we never know)
or Maybe one day my kids would say "mum, tonight i want axolotl on rice for dinner "
i dont think i will be able to make that...dish.. (*-*""



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Old 29th September 2009   #35
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I think the trickiest part with an axolotl based meal is the leftovers.

"Kids, hurry up and finish dinner before it grows back!"

Lol..But then again, very cost effective. It's the perpetual motion machine idea...but with food.



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Old 29th September 2009   #36
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But those are Tuna.



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Mmmmm...those are defenitely dolphins...pacific dolphins?



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Not all of them. The individual in the upper right corner of the boat looks like a dolphin to me.



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I take it back, I missed the tail.



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I think they're white sided dolphins. Shame. The ones on the left are a little tuna-esque at that angle.



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