Food Discussion : Have you ate or cooked frogs legs?

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Have you ate frogs legs?

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  1. MsInterpret

    MsInterpret Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Has anyone one cooked or ate frogs legs?

    My boss is frying up some frog legs and bring some to work for me to try...He says it tastes like chicken, and I've also heard this from some other people...

    And I've heard others say otherwise.

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    have you ate or cooked frogs legs

    i was gonna but when i told the frog he got mad and hopped away.
     
  3. MsInterpret

    MsInterpret Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Wow......

    That was hilarious..........
     
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    Yes I have had frog legs before. They do taste like chicken but they also have a fishy texture to them too. I can't really explain it better than that but they were good when I had them.
     
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    Yes I ate some back in Hawaii, they were in a red sauce and did taste like chicken to me. I didn't know at first, I asked about how they were cooked, that's when I was told they were frog legs. They were really good. Yaammmm!
     
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    I voted no but it's yes and no...I couldn't swallow. Went to a chinese buffet, decided to try them for the first time, and as soon as I mustered up the courage to try them a little boy who was in my direct eye view threw up all over his plate. I tried to continue but just couldn't....the image of what I just seen was getting to me. Plus, I was eating something that tasted something like a fishy chicken and the texture threw me off a little.

    That was 5 years ago and haven't tried them since.
     
  7. MsInterpret

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    I just can't get past the way it looks lol
     
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    Lol...yeah that's another thing.
     
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    MsInterpret Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    lol omg! Ew!

    Oh no, that would stop me from eating that also. Sounds like my attempts to eat Sushi.

    But your story is hilarious.
     
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    Contrary to this "cuisine's" popularity in my native southeast, no, I have never eaten nor cooked them.

    Actually, I have a life-long fear and aversion of/to frogs....I wouldn't even touch one in Life Science or Biology class for that "Lab/Dissection" grade. :SuN048:

    But in Florida, coastal Georgia and Louisiana, they are eaten by many or in any seaside/riverside city/town, I would imagine.
     
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