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O-Kaya
Thursday, April 17, 2014, 7:43pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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So I tried to search this one, but I didn't get much of an answer, so I'm posting...

I am dying to try alligator meat.  It seems as an O-nonnie I can pretty much eat any critter that isn't pig...  Is there any way to know if alligator is okay?


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Foods that are unlisted on the BTD/GTD or SWAMI are understood to be neutral. It has a rather course texture but tastes like chicken.


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I am dying to try alligator meat.  It seems as an O-nonnie I can pretty much eat any critter that isn't pig...  Is there any way to know if alligator is okay?

If it doesn't chew its way back out, you're probably OK...

Seriously, as Capt. Janeway says, treat it neutral unless you have some noticeable negative reaction...


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I tried a package of gator tail pieces from our local supermarket ONCE before my ER days.  It was truly one of the most awful things I've ever tasted.  Definitely not like chicken!  But it was probably way too old, like the fish they sell.  I guess you have to try it and find out for yourself.  


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Quoted from O-Kaya
So I tried to search this one, but I didn't get much of an answer, so I'm posting...

I am dying to try alligator meat.  It seems as an O-nonnie I can pretty much eat any critter that isn't pig...  Is there any way to know if alligator is okay?


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Well it looks like I'm going to try it tonight in lemon butter sauce.  I'll let y'all know how it goes.  Thanks!


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gave a try once... perhaps was this poorle forced to walk to Switzerland    ... really this isn't my taste at all...prefere some yummy lamb ...


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