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BANGKOK 23 July 2019 22:49
moontang

Do any farang eat the coagulated blood?

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56 minutes ago, sawadee1947 said:

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

Everything is related to cancer! Did you know that? We are born omnivorous...did you know that? 😀😊

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2 hours ago, expatfromwyoming said:

Love it. Especially Stornoway

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Undoubtedly the best black pudding in the world!!!

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Yes, I eat it with noodles and chicken's blood with steamed chicken with rice. Maybe once a year or so I will also eat raw beef salad with fresh blood. Love the taste but am a bit wary of parasites. 

 

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20 minutes ago, mike787 said:

in Philippines they do.

oh, well that clinches it.

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1 hour ago, TPI said:

Everything is related to cancer! Did you know that? We are born omnivorous...did you know that? 😀😊

Well, ignorance is wide spread 😉

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On 7/10/2019 at 9:12 AM, moontang said:

...wondered why they even bother serving it to farang.  What are your experiences with it?

Common dish in my Scandinavian home country, had it regularly as child. I probably got enough, as today I don't eat it.

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I do not care for it, but have hispanic friends back in the states who eat it when ever they cook up a pig. American indians drink it from any animal they kill while hunting.

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I quite like the congealed blood in some soups or noodle dishes (especially duck noodles).  Also, many (most?) noodles stalls add fresh blood to make the soup richer & darker if requested... which I much prefer.

 

I use fresh (pork) blood with oatmeal, breadcrumbs, lumps of pork fat, and a secret mix of local herbs and spices to make my own "English-style" black pudding.  Great with a fried egg or a Full English Breakfast...

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Black pudding ,,, yummy,,, Laab Ngua has blood added   yummee

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7 hours ago, overherebc said:

Re' the Jock verses Sasenach thing 😆. It could been either from what I've read on it.

Maybe started with the herders taking cattle long distances, days/weeks to market.

Basic diet for them likely to be oats etc, porridge/gruel, so at night they would bleed one of the cattle and mix with the porridge/gruel stick it in a skin bag and next morning cook chunks of it over a fire.

Hey Presto 'black pudding' protein on a plate.

It might even have started further back than that, who knows.

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If I am not mistaken is that Lorne on the plate........:thumbsup:

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3 hours ago, sawadee1947 said:

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

What exactly is not related to getting cancer?

If we don't eat all the things which are unhealthy (depending on which scientist you ask) there is not much more left.

Personally I eat quality food which I define as no crap like fast food, no "diet" products, etc.

May I will get cancer someday. And maybe not. And maybe I would get it with or without red meat and whatever. Personally I just enjoy life and food and drinks and lots of other things. We all will die, one way or another.

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Posted (edited)

Of course some do, but I don't.

I also avoid boat noodles with "fresh" blood in the broth.

I also avoid blood sausage. 

As far as eating rarer steaks that are a little bloody, I will eat that, and I really don't see them as equivalent. 

 

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2 hours ago, AhFarangJa said:

If I am not mistaken is that Lorne on the plate........:thumbsup:

Flat potato scone fried. More cholesterol than you can imagine. 😆😆

Looks like one bit of each. scone and lorne.

Heart attack country.

No country for old Vegans. 😆😆

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