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SSgt Keith Barrows
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Capt Daniel Goodman
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I understand your rationale, I've read such things, I've also read the sa!e for snakes or other reptiles, I just dont know if American dietary sensibilities would necessarily go for such a concept as an iguana burger, you know? I mean, I've sat here wondering how McD's or Burger Thing, let alone Amy other major fast food chain might market it...then again, there are bison burgers now, so I suppose it wouldn't ne entirely out of the realm of possibility, even if perhaps initially a trifle odd. I suppose....
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Snake is good lean meat.
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CW5 Jack Cardwell
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Does it really taste like chicken ??
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SSgt GG-15 RET Jim Lint
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Yes,....ooopppss, I did not eat it because I think it was endangered in Gitmo. But, in the camps, when an iguana went through a camp, it often was found on the illegal home made stoves. So, I guess I heard about it from Cuban migrants in our camps. :)
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Capt Daniel Goodman
Capt Daniel Goodman
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As I'd said, actually, I have read that about reptiles, generally, I've never had such things, though my wife tends to watch the food channels, so sometimes one sees such offbeat meats used as ingredients on various shows, in occasion, you know?
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