Has anyone tried SEAL

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    bjohanson1234 .........

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    Yeah I would try it. If the seal was responsibly caught or bred for consumption so that the natural population of seal wasnt depleted.

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    Only if it was properly tenderized, preferably with a club
     
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    parrotchute DUSTOFF MEDEVAC

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    I'd imagine seal is pretty fatty!
     
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    lol..
     
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    classic
     
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    I actually stopped eating seafood. But don't think I would have tried it anyways.
     
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    It couldnt be no worse than some of the other stuff I've tryed.
     
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    winyfrog Yep!

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    I don't think that I would try seal. :( although I have tried octopus and I had one for a pet so thats probably why I didn't like it.
     
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    i have too and it tasted like chewing on a rubber band
     
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    not sure if i would try it. I would have to see how it looks & smells cooked.
     
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    Aint that the truth. I was at a cookout last year for July 4th and they had roasted a goat. It wasn't too bad.
     
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    Roasted goat is pretty cotton pickin good.BBQed is a lot better though.I love BBQed goat:D
    But planning on BBQed froglegs this weekend.
     
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    I'll try anything. I would have to see the viability of seals, since I thought they were over hunted, but there population may have recovered.
     
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    Ryan that was too funny! Good job. :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    I'd try it. I'll eat just about anything, 'cept bugs and that weird coffee bean that comes out of a cats ass. I ain't eatin' no damned spiders and I ain't drinkin' no cat shit coffee!! Other than that, I'll try it.

    Goat is one of the BEST. We cooked a few of them in a pit dug into the ground. That was some of the best damn eatin' I've had.
     
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    Rc, just what the hell is "weird coffee beans that come out of a cats ass" and "cat shit coffee?" :lol:
     
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    You just never had it cooked properly then. They probably over cooked it. Octopus is vey good but very hard to get done right especially from any chain resturaunt.

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    octopus is great eating
     
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    Octopus. I've always found it a bit chewy too. I have tried it many times at Sushi restaurants.
     
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