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Old 01-05-2014, 08:13 PM   #16
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Ok I'll bite....what is Balute????
Sorry...I spelled it wrong...it's Balut

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balut_(egg)

Makes any other Asian food you might eat look gentle

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Old 01-05-2014, 08:16 PM   #17
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Sorry...I spelled it wrong...it's Balut

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balut_(egg)

Makes any other Asian food you might eat look gentle
Ewwwww! Sorry I asked. And I will definitely be passing on the Balut. Thanks for the advice! Lol
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Yea.....I'll eat just about anything....but that exceeds my comfort level by several magnitudes.....

But so far, I have yet to find any Sushi I don't like
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I tried poutine at a McDonald's in Canada. It was alright, except that it was super salty. But I'm sure it's better if you get it from a restaurant. I don't remember seeing curds on it though.
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I tried poutine at a McDonald's in Canada. It was alright, except that it was super salty. But I'm sure it's better if you get it from a restaurant. I don't remember seeing curds on it though.
McDonald's?

That is about par to eating Mexican food in England
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McDonald's?

That is about par to eating Mexican food in England
I had a lobster roll at a mc'd in eastern Canada. twas horrible. I only did it to say, well, I did it. ate mostly lobster/scallops and other assorted seafood the rest of the trip.

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