Ever wondered what you taste like?

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Cycleops, 14 Jun 2018.

  1. Cycleops

    Cycleops Guru

    Location:
    Accra, Ghana
    Well one cyclist who crushed his leg in an off road accident decided to find out after having to have it amputated. He asked to keep it and turned it into a fajitas recipe:
    https://dailym.ai/2JyiLdn
     
  2. Welsh wheels

    Welsh wheels Lycra king

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    xx(:excl::eek::banghead::angry:
     
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  3. numbnuts

    numbnuts Legendary Member

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    North Baddesley
    Bring a new meaning to “that meal cost an arm and a leg”
     
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  4. Smeggers II

    Smeggers II Guest

    Chicken and what @User said.
     
  5. Welsh wheels

    Welsh wheels Lycra king

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    South Wales
    One way to make friends I suppose....Come over tomorrow night we're having tacos and the meat is my amputated foot. I mean, it's not as if you'd run a mile is it?
     
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  6. welsh dragon

    welsh dragon a permanent vacancy now exists

    Hasn't it been likened to pork? Allegedly. And who gives a r**s a** anyway.
     
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  7. Beebo

    Beebo Firm and Fruity

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    It couldn’t happen in the U.K. because medical waste has to be correctly disposed of and incinerated. Maybe the US has different laws.
     
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  8. welsh dragon

    welsh dragon a permanent vacancy now exists

    [QUOTE 5276603, member: 259"]I've seen them for sale in Thailand, but I somehow didn't get round to eating one.[/QUOTE]

    Now that is something i def wouldn't fancy trying. ^_^
     
  9. .... a Daily Mail article quoting reddit.

    I think you have to multiply the unbelievabilities together to get the total.

    Spam, allegedly.

    "...the former cannibals of Oceania now feast on Spam because Spam came the nearest to approximating the porky taste of human flesh. `Long pig' as they called a cooked human being in much of Melanesia. It was a fact that the people-eaters of the Pacific had all evolved, or perhaps degenerated, into Spam-eaters. And in the absence of Spam they settled for corned beef, which also had a corpsy flavor."
     
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  10. lazybloke

    lazybloke Über Member

    Location:
    Surrey Hills
    Closer to home, wasn't there something about Hugh F-W and a placenta?
     
  11. welsh dragon

    welsh dragon a permanent vacancy now exists


    Indeed. That is why i said allegedly. :okay:
     
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  12. Fonze

    Fonze Totally obsessive , cool by nature

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    Bradwell
    That's Toe-tally disgusting !
    Was it spicy ? Foot may have given it a kick ...
     
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  13. glasgowcyclist

    glasgowcyclist Charming but somewhat feckless

    Location:
    Scotland
    That's a generous offer and if he refuses you'll have every right to be hopping mad.
     
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  14. Heltor Chasca

    Heltor Chasca Out-Riding the Black Dog

    I had planned to eat my youngest daughter’s placenta soon after she was born. This is fairly normal in some cultures. When it came to it, I just didn’t get the ‘right feeling’.

    So I kept the placenta (also considered the unborn-sprit-twin of the child in some cultures) and we had a burial along with a planting of her birth tree (hazel) out in the woods on her first birthday. That felt pretty good.
     
  15. Drago

    Drago Guru

    Location:
    Poshamptonshire.
    I would taste of lean, nutritious, protein packed sirloin steak. But meatier. A sort of condensed, extra meaty, super fortified sirloin steak.

    As for the story, I'm not sure it's true, The Mail don't have a leg to stand on.
     
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