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Barnacle soup and fried sparrows!

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  • Barnacle soup and fried sparrows!

    Since there is much talk about foods, I was wondering
    it would be interesting to hear from any strange and exotic dishes
    that any of you have tried in the past.
    Well, during our stay in Kagoshima prefecture in one of the hotels
    that we stayed they served a soybean paste based soup with barnacles which they nicknamed "turtles feet"! In a scale from 1-10 I gave it a "4"!

    Fried Sparrows are still being served in some yakitori restaurants, crunchy
    and similar in taste to quails they go down well with a mug of Ebisu beer!

    ...And recently" botan nave #which is wild boar stew, in my scale I gave it a"10" for flavor and presentation.

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    Re: Barnacle soup and fried sparrows!

    fried sparrow, i think u enjoy this one.
    amazing article.
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