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BANGKOK 23 July 2019 22:25
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Do any farang eat the coagulated blood?

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2 hours ago, stephehr said:

Why would you use Do any farang eat the coagulated blood? This is very impolite for another person to say You should say does anyone eat  Maybe you don't know how to use wording

The third person on my ignore list. 

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19 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

sometimes by accident if the lights are out.

Now that put me off my breakfast .

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Hmmmm.  Black, black pudding...

 

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20 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

sometimes by accident if the lights are out.

Be careful you keep this up and you will be in danger of Poster of the year

 

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I'm ok with black pudding in small portions, but always found the congealed pig's blood in khanom chin pretty unpleasant here, both in taste and texture. I've eaten it and not got sick, but as with the chicken's feet, I'd rather pass. 

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I have eaten it and perhaps it is not as unhealthy as some mainstream, western foods. Live and Let Live.

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Yes, I eat it.  Tastes fine.  Do you eat steak with blood coming out of it?

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1 hour ago, Cereal said:

I eat neither raw blood nor vital organs. It's disgusting. Raw blood is also fraught with potential disease and bacteria.

Yeah, considering bumrungrad has difficulties screening blood for transfusions.. what the heck are they doing with room temp pigs blood. 

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18 hours ago, OneMoreFarang said:

Yes, I eat it. In some dishes it's just a normal part of it. I also eat a bloody steak. Why not?

....because red meat is related to get cancer.... You didn't know that? 

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1 hour ago, Benmart said:

Live and Let Live.

...or let die...... See my post #41

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5 hours ago, sirocco said:

Of course, black pudding is made of blood.
In North Africa, the roumis (or white)
  very well integrated, as well as the Arabs, ate freshly slaughtered chicken blood and mutton.
Excellent, once cooked in a pan and very good for health.

Drink it raw.... more healthier.... But more disgusting 

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promised, sawadee1947, when I rip a chicken or shear the neck of a sheep, I'll drink the blood, directly to the wound.

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Blood noodles...yum! Kwae tiow Tom yum with Nam Tok!...Yum!!

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