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Taco John
05-26-2010, 11:24 AM
Wow! Talk about culture shock...

http://s-ak.buzzfed.com/static/enhanced/terminal01/2010/5/20/15/enhanced-buzz-25886-1274382159-2.jpg

http://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/16-products-they-only-sell-at-chinese-walmarts/

Rulon Velvet Jones
05-26-2010, 11:26 AM
War-Mar?

tsiguy96
05-26-2010, 11:26 AM
china might be the worst human/animal rights offenders in the world. they literally have zero regard for anyhting planet related.

BroncoBuff
05-26-2010, 11:27 AM
I don't want to know what they do once they get the crocodiles and turtles home ... :nono:

Taco John
05-26-2010, 11:30 AM
The thing that got me was the raw meat buffett.

Taco John
05-26-2010, 11:32 AM
Is this a pile of snake meat?

http://s-ak.buzzfed.com/static/enhanced/terminal01/2010/5/20/15/enhanced-buzz-25892-1274382656-3.jpg

no-pseudo-fan
05-26-2010, 11:34 AM
Pig face.

I would buy a pig face, and a croc, if I saw it at Wal-Mart.

Is that an orange or a Grapefruit in the croc's mouth.

Vegas_Bronco
05-26-2010, 11:35 AM
http://i15.tinypic.com/2vt3x3n.jpg

This is one of my favs...direct translation into Engrish.

Meck77
05-26-2010, 11:36 AM
china might be the worst human/animal rights offenders in the world. they literally have zero regard for anyhting planet related.

Well when you have a billion people to feed you have to get creative. Just wait until a natural disaster or a not so natural disaster severely diminishes their supply of food someday.

I made the mistake of walking around China town in NYC last fall. The smell of rotting seafood literally drove me away.

*edit* I really have no room to talk though. lol I just cooked a goat and my buddy Tom is going to bring a beaver over to throw on the BBQ soon. I think we can make it work.

Taco John
05-26-2010, 11:36 AM
I think I would end up starving to death if I visited China.

El Guapo
05-26-2010, 11:36 AM
I don't want to know what they do once they get the crocodiles and turtles home ... :nono:

eat them. :wave:

bronco0608
05-26-2010, 11:41 AM
I don't see the big deal in eating any meat. Why is it anymore exotic to eat a croc than to eat a cow? At least a cow, which is a non-aggressive animal, gives you milk and butter and grazes your land for you among other things. Yet we eat the hell out of it. What does a croc or a reptile do you? Scare the **** out you?

So why do people trip when they hear someone eats a croc or a reptile or a frog? What really is the difference in meat? You are killing an animal to eat it. So who cares.

If anything, we should be eating more croc, reptiles, frogs or whatever other animal that doesn't do **** for you than a cow.

underrated29
05-26-2010, 11:49 AM
I think I would end up starving to death if I visited China.



WRONG!!!

Seriously, the best food in the world! I have never had anything even come close to it.... Of course you do not order the dog, cat, frog, cockroach, squid sperm soup, sea slug vagina, or snake surprise....

but the regular, real foods, chicken, pork-I think the beef tastes a little off...Have to admit I have not seen many cows there so that might be dog too. But the chicken and pork and fish/eel etc is the best food I have ever had. Then all the vegetables and a full 8 course meal will cost you $4.00.......Its heaven.

But it does smell like ass pretty much everywhere there.

DenverBrit
05-26-2010, 11:52 AM
Wow! Talk about culture shock...

http://s-ak.buzzfed.com/static/enhanced/terminal01/2010/5/20/15/enhanced-buzz-25886-1274382159-2.jpg

http://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/16-products-they-only-sell-at-chinese-walmarts/

The orange is a nice touch.

Rohirrim
05-26-2010, 11:57 AM
I've always said about Asia, if you're going to overpopulate a region as badly as they have, you'd better be willing to eat anything and everything, including bugs.

BroncoBuff
05-26-2010, 12:04 PM
Pig face.

I would buy a pig face if I saw it at Wal-Mart.

There's plenty of pig faces here in the USA .... in Lincoln Nebraska.

Kaylore
05-26-2010, 12:05 PM
This sort of hits home on a report I did on how globalization isn't "making everyone American" as people want you to believe. The fast foot chains that are exported have menus that are similarly alien compared to their American cousins. We might export quite a bit from the good ol' US, but while many countries adopt our concepts, the details are all their own.

Bottom line: There is a difference between sharing good ideas and "OMG WE DESTR0y cULtUr3$!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

Ray Finkle
05-26-2010, 12:06 PM
Well when you have a billion people to feed you have to get creative. Just wait until a natural disaster or a not so natural disaster severely diminishes their supply of food someday.

I made the mistake of walking around China town in NYC last fall. The smell of rotting seafood literally drove me away.

*edit* I really have no room to talk though. lol I just cooked a goat and my buddy Tom is going to bring a beaver over to throw on the BBQ soon. I think we can make it work.

spend a month in India, then we can talk. Some of the most beautiful sites to see and some of the most poor/stank sites to see/smell.

broncosteven
05-26-2010, 12:07 PM
I think I would end up starving to death if I visited China.

Order a lot of rice.

I have a buddy who is big into Sushi, I enjoy some of it but he gets stuff with Eel in it and it is nasty. I guess if I was real hungry I would have to eat it but I can walk down my block and get a bag of Doritio's and a ham samitch.

When my Grandfather was told he had 2-6 months left to live he made my mom get him Salt Pork, Head Cheese, and Herring. The fridge stunk but he went reliving his youth.

epicSocialism4tw
05-26-2010, 12:10 PM
Well when you have a billion people to feed you have to get creative. Just wait until a natural disaster or a not so natural disaster severely diminishes their supply of food someday.

I made the mistake of walking around China town in NYC last fall. The smell of rotting seafood literally drove me away.

*edit* I really have no room to talk though. lol I just cooked a goat and my buddy Tom is going to bring a beaver over to throw on the BBQ soon. I think we can make it work.

Ha!

I was just in Chinatown a couple weeks ago. My friend and I checked out the markets just to see what they were selling.

That One Guy
05-26-2010, 12:48 PM
I'm a sucker for nicely displayed alcohols... those boxed liqours had me interested...

The rest... ugh.

At least wrap the freakin' meats... and most aren't cooled either.

TheElusiveKyleOrton
05-26-2010, 12:49 PM
War Malt.

HAT
05-26-2010, 12:49 PM
I just cooked a goat and my buddy Tom is going to bring a beaver over to throw on the BBQ soon. I think we can make it work.

Make sure you wear one of these Meck.

http://images0.cafepress.com/product/29062760v1_225x225_Front.jpg

epicSocialism4tw
05-26-2010, 01:38 PM
Everyone needs a couple packages of Zho Dong mens bikini briefs.

Bob's your Information Minister
05-26-2010, 01:40 PM
Note to self: if visit China, go to Wal mart.

ColoradoDarin
05-26-2010, 01:51 PM
Quite a few restaurants serve alligator down here in Florida, I've had it twice in the year that we've been here. Tastes like (tough) chicken, of course!

gyldenlove
05-26-2010, 01:54 PM
Order a lot of rice.

I have a buddy who is big into Sushi, I enjoy some of it but he gets stuff with Eel in it and it is nasty. I guess if I was real hungry I would have to eat it but I can walk down my block and get a bag of Doritio's and a ham samitch.

When my Grandfather was told he had 2-6 months left to live he made my mom get him Salt Pork, Head Cheese, and Herring. The fridge stunk but he went reliving his youth.

Why the hell would you get nasty food if you are dying? I would have gone for air-salted parma ham, fresh white asparagus, well hung marbled t-bone, smoked salmon, strawberries and a good wine.

Herring is good though, a bit of bread, some herring, onion, half a boiled egg and some good snaps, wash it all down with copious amounts of xmas brew.

gyldenlove
05-26-2010, 01:55 PM
Quite a few restaurants serve alligator down here in Florida, I've had it twice in the year that we've been here. Tastes like (tough) chicken, of course!

I haven't had gator, but croc is pretty good.

Two really underated meats: Kangaroo (like vennison) and ostrich.

Los Broncos
05-26-2010, 02:12 PM
I've eaten gator here at the Brazilian steak house.

It has to cooked right because it's so tough, they don't always have it tho, once in a great while.

Kaylore
05-26-2010, 02:21 PM
Order a lot of rice.

I have a buddy who is big into Sushi, I enjoy some of it but he gets stuff with Eel in it and it is nasty.

What!?!? Unagi is some of the best tasting sushi you can get. What crap restaurant are you eating at?

Bronco Yoda
05-26-2010, 02:29 PM
Am I the only one here trying to order that magic underwear?

TheElusiveKyleOrton
05-26-2010, 02:31 PM
Note to self: if visit China, go to Wal mart.

That's on the itinerary every time you go anywhere, isn't it Clayton?

cutthemdown
05-26-2010, 02:56 PM
I don't see the big deal in eating any meat. Why is it anymore exotic to eat a croc than to eat a cow? At least a cow, which is a non-aggressive animal, gives you milk and butter and grazes your land for you among other things. Yet we eat the hell out of it. What does a croc or a reptile do you? Scare the **** out you?

So why do people trip when they hear someone eats a croc or a reptile or a frog? What really is the difference in meat? You are killing an animal to eat it. So who cares.

If anything, we should be eating more croc, reptiles, frogs or whatever other animal that doesn't do **** for you than a cow.

Generally speaking domestic food animals are sustainable and wild populations are not.

For instance no one would want to eat Panda Bears right? Technically speaking no worst then eating a cow. In reality it is though because the Panda so much rarer. And no I mean rare as is not a lot of not how I like my Panda cooked!!

Still though you are correct. Much of it the same. If those crocs come from a sustainable source then really there isn't a problem. They have a lot of people to feed so we really have no idea.

cutthemdown
05-26-2010, 02:57 PM
What!?!? Unagi is some of the best tasting sushi you can get. What crap restaurant are you eating at?

I don't like the eel but you are right it is popular. Also the Uni I just can't get into. Sea Urchins just not my thing.

Sashimi though is mmmmmm goood.

broncosteven
05-26-2010, 02:58 PM
Why the hell would you get nasty food if you are dying? I would have gone for air-salted parma ham, fresh white asparagus, well hung marbled t-bone, smoked salmon, strawberries and a good wine.

Herring is good though, a bit of bread, some herring, onion, half a boiled egg and some good snaps, wash it all down with copious amounts of xmas brew.

That was what they could eat during the depression when he was young. He was big on boiled eggs also. He quit drinking a couple years after I was born but one of my favorite pictures of us is me when I was still a baby and Granps laying in his hammock with an Old Style on the grass while he was smoking a Trayton(sp?) cig talk about un-PC!

broncosteven
05-26-2010, 03:02 PM
What!?!? Unagi is some of the best tasting sushi you can get. What crap restaurant are you eating at?

The best we can find out in the burbs. They all like the Eel but it tastes grainy to me.

It took a good 2 visits to find what I liked and now I even have cravings for Salmon roll with Asparagus. I have even made Samon rolls and sushi myself at home with fresh Salmon.

epicSocialism4tw
05-26-2010, 03:26 PM
Am I the only one here trying to order that magic underwear?

Zho Dong antibacterial.

Ha!

kappys
05-26-2010, 03:29 PM
Generally speaking domestic food animals are sustainable and wild populations are not.

For instance no one would want to eat Panda Bears right? Technically speaking no worst then eating a cow. In reality it is though because the Panda so much rarer. And no I mean rare as is not a lot of not how I like my Panda cooked!!

Still though you are correct. Much of it the same. If those crocs come from a sustainable source then really there isn't a problem. They have a lot of people to feed so we really have no idea.

I think it depends. You can farm a lot of tradionally wild animals I think - gators, bison, deer all come to mind.

I love seafood but that ones a little tough. Unless you're buying farm raised in most cases its probably safe to assume that the fishing isn't sustainable. Oh well, still have to treat myself from time to time.

broncosteven
05-26-2010, 03:52 PM
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For instance no one would want to eat Panda Bears right? Technically speaking no worst then eating a cow. In reality it is though because the Panda so much rarer. And no I mean rare as is not a lot of not how I like my Panda cooked!!
...

Ummm so Panda Express dishes are not made of Pandas?

I wonder if baby Pandas are more tender than mature Panda's? Ummm Veal...

listopencil
05-26-2010, 04:16 PM
*edit* I really have no room to talk though. lol I just cooked a goat and my buddy Tom is going to bring a beaver over to throw on the BBQ soon. I think we can make it work.


Of course you can, I eat beaver all the time...

Bronco Yoda
05-26-2010, 04:18 PM
I would so slow cook a baby panda over a spit. Is that wrong?

DenverBrit
05-26-2010, 04:18 PM
I would so slow cook a baby panda over a spit. Is that wrong?

No, slow is the way to go.

listopencil
05-26-2010, 04:23 PM
I would so slow cook a baby panda over a spit. Is that wrong?

I think you are supposed to pan fry it:

http://s3.thisnext.com/media/400x400/panda-bear-skillet_32D67993.jpg

cutthemdown
05-26-2010, 04:24 PM
I think it depends. You can farm a lot of tradionally wild animals I think - gators, bison, deer all come to mind.

I love seafood but that ones a little tough. Unless you're buying farm raised in most cases its probably safe to assume that the fishing isn't sustainable. Oh well, still have to treat myself from time to time.

I do know that tuna farming, certain Jack species, are being farmed. The problem is they take antibiotics to be profitable, the damage is to the wild populations because we all know what antiboitcs do. They create strains that the wild populations can't fight off.

For sure they have trout and catfish farms right?

You are right though pretty sure there are tons of alligator and croc farms. Alligator eaten right here in usa just not at walmart.

Really though we have a huge country with 275? million??? They have a huge country with 3 billion? something like that. That's a lot of mouths to feed.

Kappy's how do you like your Panda?

broncobum6162
05-26-2010, 04:43 PM
Well when you have a billion people to feed you have to get creative. Just wait until a natural disaster or a not so natural disaster severely diminishes their supply of food someday.

I made the mistake of walking around China town in NYC last fall. The smell of rotting seafood literally drove me away.

*edit* I really have no room to talk though. lol I just cooked a goat and my buddy Tom is going to bring a beaver over to throw on the BBQ soon. I think we can make it work.

I love beaver! Only I like it raw and fresh.......:thumbsup: Are we talking the same kind?

Drunk Monkey
05-26-2010, 05:19 PM
I go to China often for work. The food is actually pretty good if you are an adventurous eater. in Southern China they eat a ton of sea food. Best I have ever had at some of the nicer places . Having said that avoid the sea slug at all cost. Some nasty stuff!!

broncosteven
05-26-2010, 05:45 PM
I love beaver! Only I like it raw and fresh.......:thumbsup: Are we talking the same kind?

If your not careful beaver can have a fishy aftertaste.

Swedish Extrovert
05-26-2010, 08:31 PM
I love beaver! Only I like it raw and fresh.......:thumbsup: Are we talking the same kind?

I hate it when you get the five-o-clock shadow kinda beaver, especially if the hair is thick... it's pokey and scratchy.

underrated29
05-26-2010, 08:34 PM
I hate it when you get the five-o-clock shadow kinda beaver, especially if the hair is thick... it's pokey and scratchy.


To me it always seems the blonds are softer... I do not know why?

C130Herkload
05-26-2010, 09:37 PM
Raal Maat

broncocalijohn
05-27-2010, 12:45 AM
I haven't had gator, but croc is pretty good.

Two really underated meats: Kangaroo (like vennison) and ostrich.

kangaroo is actually really good and needs to be cooked correct as it is gamey (they are basically a deer that got funky way of getting around). I had aligator in Phoenix at some popular Louisiana style restuarant (Papa Duex or something) and they fried it and tasted good. Snails are good with garlic and butter and frog legs are tasty too. Waiting on snake for my next adventure in pie hole eating.

OBF1
05-27-2010, 02:21 AM
2 of my favorites are Spotted Owl and Koala bear. Both are excellent on the bar-b

SportinOne
05-27-2010, 09:15 AM
This sort of hits home on a report I did on how globalization isn't "making everyone American" as people want you to believe. The fast foot chains that are exported have menus that are similarly alien compared to their American cousins. We might export quite a bit from the good ol' US, but while many countries adopt our concepts, the details are all their own.

Bottom line: There is a difference between sharing good ideas and "OMG WE DESTR0y cULtUr3$!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

so spreading the plague that is fastfood chain restaurants is a good idea as long as they are allowed to eat cheap, watered down version of their original cuisine?

broncosteven
05-27-2010, 09:49 AM
2 of my favorites are Spotted Owl and Koala bear. Both are excellent on the bar-b

Ever BBQ Bald Eagle before?

LOL

oubronco
05-27-2010, 09:56 AM
war-mar?

lol

broncocalijohn
05-27-2010, 10:29 AM
Ever BBQ Bald Eagle before?

LOL

Yes, but after bbq ing the whale and dolphin seafood buffet first, it left the bald eagle tasting like a Sea Gull. Had to throw it out and go with the Platypus. Should have known better from so many years of eating the stuff.

BroncsRule
05-27-2010, 12:25 PM
so spreading the plague that is fastfood chain restaurants is a good idea as long as they are allowed to eat cheap, watered down version of their original cuisine?

with lots and lots o' MSG