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life has no defination........

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I'm not that adventorous with food though. Whenever they have grasshoppers, worms etc I am grossed out. Although I tried smoked eel sushi and am a fan of that smoky eel texture. I also had a sashimi platter once. The most challenging in the sashimi platter was the octopus. It was like a tentacle with the suckers still attached. I still did it. interesting chewy texture.

Sushi is easier to eat than sashimi (especially for us who are not used to eating raw meat) but sashimi gives a whole new experience altogether for the taste buds. I didn't have octopus sashimi, though I've had it's tentacles in sushi. Also tried lots of fish, prawns and oyesters. One thing that I didn't try was the chicken sashimi which was more like raw keema, mostly because the fish and such things usually come in slices whereas this was like a huge glob from where you have to pick. Maybe, I'll try it later when they make proper slices.
If I go purely by taste then roe (raw) is what I liked best, it tasted a bit like pickle.


I haven't tried worms yet. Maybe when I visit Cambodia I'll try them. Have you tried frogs?? It's very tasty.
You can also try small snails. Very tasty.

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Posted: 11 October 2009 at 1:28am | IP Logged
Originally posted by souro

Sushi is easier to eat than sashimi (especially for us who are not used to eating raw meat) but sashimi gives a whole new experience altogether for the taste buds. I didn't have octopus sashimi, though I've had it's tentacles in sushi. Also tried lots of fish, prawns and oyesters. One thing that I didn't try was the chicken sashimi which was more like raw keema, mostly because the fish and such things usually come in slices whereas this was like a huge glob from where you have to pick. Maybe, I'll try it later when they make proper slices.
If I go purely by taste then roe (raw) is what I liked best, it tasted a bit like pickle.


I haven't tried worms yet. Maybe when I visit Cambodia I'll try them. Have you tried frogs?? It's very tasty.
You can also try small snails. Very tasty.



Eating sashimi was an accident. I ordered the wrong thing, and felt bad about sending it bad. So I mentally forced myself to eat it, but in the end I enjoyed the experience. I've not had a chance of eating frogs legs, my sister had them in France. I've been trying to muster courage to order the frogs legs and escargot at the French restaurant here.

Caviar is tasty. I actually like the salty crunch. Although cheaper, I prefer the red caviar to the black ones. While I have not been as adventurous in exotics, I've been adventurous with meat and game - I've had ostrich, pheasant, quail, bison, buffalo, veal, venison. Buffalo burgers are the most tender and tastiest. Oh and Cajun alligator sausage is pretty good too.

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Posted: 11 October 2009 at 5:09am | IP Logged
Originally posted by poooohjjjazzzzz

life has no defination........
 
Yup...Life is an opportunity to create meaning....You will find it only if you create it.....if you start with start with a conclusion, otherwise you have started wrongly from the very beginning........I believe meaning has to be searched for without any conclusionsSmile.....
 
I believe mind is a mess.......we should Clean it! Make it a blank........ The empty mind is the best mind. And I dont believe some people told me that the empty mind is the Devil's workshop are the Devil's agents. ....I believe the empty mind is closer to God than anything. ......The empty mind is not the Devil's workshop. ....the Devil cant do without thoughts. .....Smile
 
Make life has to be multi-dimensional, thn only is there meaning. Never make life one-dimensional. That too is a problem. Smile

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Posted: 11 October 2009 at 5:33am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Summer3

Originally posted by qwertyesque

Originally posted by crazy_sunny

so is a microbe aware of being alive or not Confused


yeah but u may not know about that consciousness.. unless u r a microbeLOL
 
I think that consciousness is one but egos separate us.
So if you want to separate yourself from the crowd, keep fuelling your ego.LOL
 
I think Ego is just a useful fictionBig smile  it can remain there only if you go on maintaining it......A fiction needs great maintenance. Truth needs no maintenance, that is the beauty of truthSmile.....Everybody do in their whole life... the search for money, power, prestige blah blah blah............Whatsoever you make, death is going to destroy it.Smile But still we goes on hoping against hope -- maybe everybody else dies, but not youWink

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