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Eating Rattlesnake ?

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I recently tried rattlesnake for the first time at a friends house and thought it was amazing !

I'm asking if anybody else here has tried it. and what did you think ?

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Tried it in the Grand Canyon. It was horribly prepared. I couldn't eat it. I don't think it was really rattlesnake. I think someone cut the toe off the cook's work boot and deep fried it in beer batter.

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I have never tried it, but a couple of my friends have. They told me it was delish.

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They had some at this fancy banquet at the country club I used to work at but I didn't eat any. My girlfriend tried it and said it was amazing. I did have some of the alligator and ostrich (yes, ostrich) and they were both really good.

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I had it in Texas, it was pretty decent but not something I could eat a lot of.

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Had it in Phoenix as an appetizer years ago. It had a mild taste, and was pretty good. No, it didn't taste like chicken.

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Tried it once at a rattlesnake round-up in Oklahoma. Not great, but not horrible either. Kinda bland, stringy and greasy.

Tom

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Couldn't be any worse than scrapple...

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Rattlesnake ? ?

Unless I'm in a survival situation - I'm betting there might be a more palatable choice available.

:tongue8:

A-Jay

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I am with A-Jay on this one. I MIGHT be able to eat one in a life or death scenario...EEUUUWWW. The thought of it makes me want to ralph. :grin:

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