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January 14th, 2009


marmal8
10:16 am - Presentation
One of my Public Speaking students says he's going to do his informative speech on turducken.
Current Mood: curiouscurious

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July 9th, 2007


marmal8
06:51 pm - Comment Spam!
Congratulations Team Meatyones! We've received our first animal rights comment spam, despite not being active as a community for over a year. Good job everyone!

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July 14th, 2006


marmal8
07:38 pm - A fellow NYer in need
And all they do is make fun!

The search for snake

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February 12th, 2006


gitl_eli7
07:45 pm - have a little prob here
keeping kosher is unfortunately keeping me by the wayside about eating diff kinds of animals, but i'm cheering you on wholeheartedly!

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October 4th, 2005


marmal8
01:49 pm
I've been eating a lot of meat, but no new meat. How sad.

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September 7th, 2005


netgecko
07:00 pm
#65 - Matjes Herring (Clupea harengus) - Pickled in a tin that's actually labelled with the type of herring.

#66 - Sprats (Clupea something-else-us) - Same brand, different label, so at least I know it's not Matjes.

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September 1st, 2005


netgecko
03:02 pm - More meat
Picked up a few things in Pittsburgh, and a bit since.

#60 - Tilapia (Oreochromis nilotica) that MaryBeth brought for the grill.

#61 - Redfish / Ocean Perch (Sebastes mentella) that I picked up at Giant Eagle for the grill.

#62 - Reef Triggerfish (Rhinecanthus aculeatus) that I also picked up at Giant Eagle.

#63 - Pacific Oyster (Crassostrea gigas) at a local restaurant. Odd how I had Atlantic Oyster so much sooner.

#64 - Flying Fish (family Exocoetidae, unknown species), or at least the eggs, at a sushi place. Not fond of it.
Current Mood: boredbored

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August 5th, 2005


netgecko
09:58 am - And that makes 59
Nothing exciting. I just noticed that the Kroger fake crab I was munching on had a species in it that wasn't in the K-rab brand I was eating a while back, and they even specified "Pacific" on it, narrowing it to a single species. w00t!

#58 - Pacific whiting (Merluccius productus)

Plus,

#59 - Gnat (Diptera something-or-other). It got in my food. I ate it just to add another species here. It was not tasty.
Current Mood: mellowmellow

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August 1st, 2005


netgecko
02:52 pm - More additions
#56 - Escolar (Lepidocybium flavobrunneum) - broiled and served over cactus leaves. Awesome. It was about as firm as salmon, but had a very different flavor. More mild, but the Mexican spices they used were excellent.

#57 - Commercial scallops (Pecten fumatus) - Sushi. Kind of rubbery, not a lot of flavor. Probably won't get them much, but I did eat them.

I also swallowed a bug the other day - probably a gnat. Does that count? It was kinda gross.
Current Mood: working

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July 7th, 2005


netgecko
11:30 pm - More tasty fish
#55 - Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha), as distinct from Coho Salmon or Sockeye Salmon. We stopped at a fish smoker / restaurant on the way up the coast this last weekend. I had Chinook Salmon fish & chips, Stacy had smoked Chinook Salmon on a salad. Both were quite good.

As a point of note, when choosing between swordfish fish & chips and Chinook Salmon fish & chips, Chinook Salmon won only because I already had swordfish on my list from the Greek place earlier. I'm still interested in going back for the swordfish, but a special trip would take something like 7 hours to get there. Not gonna happen.

I also went back and figured out what the other tuna I had was, and the store labels it "Mahi tuna." The problem is that while I can find Mahi-Mahi, which may or may not be a type of tuna, I can't get any more specific than that. Help?

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