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Message 1341866 - Posted: 1 Mar 2013, 6:47:15 UTC - in response to Message 1341818.

Sea Urchin for dinner.



Do people really eat that??
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Message 1341893 - Posted: 1 Mar 2013, 7:39:55 UTC - in response to Message 1341866.

Sea Urchin for dinner.



Do people really eat that??


yep. you can buy 'em tinned or fresh.
I tend to give seafood a wide berth.
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Message 1341961 - Posted: 1 Mar 2013, 10:57:37 UTC - in response to Message 1341893.

Sea Urchin for dinner.



Do people really eat that??


yep. you can buy 'em tinned or fresh.
I tend to give seafood a wide berth.



I do like sushi once in a while. Expensive though over here...
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Message 1341970 - Posted: 1 Mar 2013, 11:46:14 UTC - in response to Message 1341961.

I do like sushi once in a while. Expensive though over here...


Oh sorry, I don't class sushi as seafood. Sushi is fish. Very very tasty fish.
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Message 1342006 - Posted: 1 Mar 2013, 13:34:10 UTC - in response to Message 1341866.

Sea Urchin for dinner.



Do people really eat that??

Sea Urchin sushi is called Uni.
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Message 1361723 - Posted: 27 Apr 2013, 7:38:07 UTC

I'm perfectly fine with something many people would find disgusting.

The walls of the house I live in are pretty brittle, so the ants from the garden found a way into my apartment, sniffing out my bottle of J├Ągermeister (which is high-octane ant fuel).

Now I cook water with honey for them and feed them with little crabs. That is, I put a crab on a piece of paper tissue, and not much later dozens of ants are all over it, ripping it into pieces and carrying crumbs of it away. (They are little predators!)

I hope my landlord won't find out ...


- Hmm, what makes me think ... What if we really make contact with extraterrestrials one day, and they have some extremely weird (from our point of view) eating habits, or, ahm, sexual preferences? Will it be "Yayks" and "Gack" and "I just had dinner" then?

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Message 1361823 - Posted: 27 Apr 2013, 14:20:52 UTC - in response to Message 1361723.

I'm perfectly fine with something many people would find disgusting.

I do.

- Hmm, what makes me think ... What if we really make contact with extraterrestrials one day, and they have some extremely weird (from our point of view) eating habits, or, ahm, sexual preferences? Will it be "Yayks" and "Gack" and "I just had dinner" then?

Someone wrote a Star Trek novel once in which most of the main characters were taken prisoner by aliens of a race whose very bodies caused violent physical revulsion in humans. By the end of the book, the crew had gotten used to them.

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Message 1361852 - Posted: 27 Apr 2013, 16:08:33 UTC - in response to Message 1361823.

I'm perfectly fine with something many people would find disgusting.

I do.

- Hmm, what makes me think ... What if we really make contact with extraterrestrials one day, and they have some extremely weird (from our point of view) eating habits, or, ahm, sexual preferences? Will it be "Yayks" and "Gack" and "I just had dinner" then?

Someone wrote a Star Trek novel once in which most of the main characters were taken prisoner by aliens of a race whose very bodies caused violent physical revulsion in humans. By the end of the book, the crew had gotten used to them.


I think you are referring to the Furies, beings from our distant path who looked like demons of our worst fears. It was a set of four books by 4 authors that spanned the four star treks, TOS, star trek NG, deep space nine, and voyager.

Diane Carey wrote the first called invasion first strike. Dean wesley and Kristan kathyryn Rusch wrote the second, L.A. Graf wrote the third and DAFYDD ab HUGH wrote the last book.

Was a very good read on all of them.
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Message 1361877 - Posted: 27 Apr 2013, 17:17:43 UTC - in response to Message 1361823.

I'm perfectly fine with something many people would find disgusting.

I do.

- Hmm, what makes me think ... What if we really make contact with extraterrestrials one day, and they have some extremely weird (from our point of view) eating habits, or, ahm, sexual preferences? Will it be "Yayks" and "Gack" and "I just had dinner" then?

Someone wrote a Star Trek novel once in which most of the main characters were taken prisoner by aliens of a race whose very bodies caused violent physical revulsion in humans. By the end of the book, the crew had gotten used to them.

And here all this time, I thought Hortaculture was disgusting, it's merely too deep for Me...
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Message 1361965 - Posted: 27 Apr 2013, 21:34:27 UTC - in response to Message 1361852.

I'm perfectly fine with something many people would find disgusting.

I do.

- Hmm, what makes me think ... What if we really make contact with extraterrestrials one day, and they have some extremely weird (from our point of view) eating habits, or, ahm, sexual preferences? Will it be "Yayks" and "Gack" and "I just had dinner" then?

Someone wrote a Star Trek novel once in which most of the main characters were taken prisoner by aliens of a race whose very bodies caused violent physical revulsion in humans. By the end of the book, the crew had gotten used to them.


I think you are referring to the Furies, beings from our distant path who looked like demons of our worst fears. It was a set of four books by 4 authors that spanned the four star treks, TOS, star trek NG, deep space nine, and voyager.

Diane Carey wrote the first called invasion first strike. Dean wesley and Kristan kathyryn Rusch wrote the second, L.A. Graf wrote the third and DAFYDD ab HUGH wrote the last book.

Was a very good read on all of them.

This book was years ago, before they started planning series of books and mixing the different crews and even adding their own book-only characters. It's possible they did three sequels to an original that was never intended to have them, but I don't think so. In this one, it turned out the aliens were juveniles of their race and had unusual customs about their names. Chekov named one of them Orange Juice and Wodka. Spock and Sulu were still on Enterprise, following the alien ship across space.

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Message 1361966 - Posted: 27 Apr 2013, 21:35:14 UTC - in response to Message 1361877.

I'm perfectly fine with something many people would find disgusting.

I do.

- Hmm, what makes me think ... What if we really make contact with extraterrestrials one day, and they have some extremely weird (from our point of view) eating habits, or, ahm, sexual preferences? Will it be "Yayks" and "Gack" and "I just had dinner" then?

Someone wrote a Star Trek novel once in which most of the main characters were taken prisoner by aliens of a race whose very bodies caused violent physical revulsion in humans. By the end of the book, the crew had gotten used to them.

And here all this time, I thought Hortaculture was disgusting, it's merely too deep for Me...

That joke was disgusting.

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Message 1362803 - Posted: 30 Apr 2013, 6:47:29 UTC

Well, whatever alien food preferences look like, they cannot be as disgusting as American sweets. I mean, I have a thing for sweets myself - but peanut butter / jam sandwiches for breakfast?! Ahrrp.

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Message 1362816 - Posted: 30 Apr 2013, 7:15:54 UTC

I like sandwiches with salami and chocolat spread. Mmmm...
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Message 1362825 - Posted: 30 Apr 2013, 7:33:49 UTC - in response to Message 1362803.

Well, whatever alien food preferences look like, they cannot be as disgusting as American sweets. I mean, I have a thing for sweets myself - but peanut butter / jam sandwiches for breakfast?! Ahrrp.

How about peanut butter, bacon, egg, and cheese on toasted English muffin......
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Message 1362902 - Posted: 30 Apr 2013, 14:19:53 UTC - in response to Message 1362825.

Well, whatever alien food preferences look like, they cannot be as disgusting as American sweets. I mean, I have a thing for sweets myself - but peanut butter / jam sandwiches for breakfast?! Ahrrp.

More usually for lunch, but breakfast works too.

How about peanut butter, bacon, egg, and cheese on toasted English muffin......

Never had that with peanut butter. Not sure I want to try it.

I like sandwiches with salami and chocolat spread. Mmmm...

Not sure I want to try that either. :-p

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Message 1362944 - Posted: 30 Apr 2013, 20:32:06 UTC - in response to Message 1362902.
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Well, whatever alien food preferences look like, they cannot be as disgusting as American sweets. I mean, I have a thing for sweets myself - but peanut butter / jam sandwiches for breakfast?! Ahrrp.

More usually for lunch, but breakfast works too.

How about peanut butter, bacon, egg, and cheese on toasted English muffin......

Never had that with peanut butter. Not sure I want to try it.

I like sandwiches with salami and chocolat spread. Mmmm...

Not sure I want to try that either. :-p

De gustibus non disputandum est, as Dr. Asimov used to say. There's no arguing with taste.

Toasted wheat bread, peanut butter on one slice, regular butter on the other, liverwurst, cheddar, turkey, mozzarella, ham, havarti, pastrami, swiss, bologna in between.

edit: and a tall glass of chocolate milk, or a chocolate shake, to wash it down...
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Message 1362945 - Posted: 30 Apr 2013, 20:38:32 UTC - in response to Message 1362944.

edit: and a tall glass of chocolate milk, or a chocolate shake, to wash it down...


Soy Light Chocolate milk works real well too...switched to it awhile back due to Lactose concerns and it's great!
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Message 1362946 - Posted: 30 Apr 2013, 20:40:03 UTC - in response to Message 1362945.

edit: and a tall glass of chocolate milk, or a chocolate shake, to wash it down...


Soy Light Chocolate milk works real well too...switched to it awhile back due to Lactose concerns and it's great!

Soy milk tastes funny to me, but if you like it, more power to ya!
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Message 1362949 - Posted: 30 Apr 2013, 20:46:47 UTC - in response to Message 1362946.

edit: and a tall glass of chocolate milk, or a chocolate shake, to wash it down...


Soy Light Chocolate milk works real well too...switched to it awhile back due to Lactose concerns and it's great!

Soy milk tastes funny to me, but if you like it, more power to ya!


I thought so at first too but I guess I adjusted to it quick.
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Message 1363017 - Posted: 30 Apr 2013, 23:32:59 UTC - in response to Message 1362944.

De gustibus non disputandum est, as Dr. Asimov used to say. There's no arguing with taste.

Toasted wheat bread, peanut butter on one slice, regular butter on the other, liverwurst, cheddar, turkey, mozzarella, ham, havarti, pastrami, swiss, bologna in between.

edit: and a tall glass of chocolate milk, or a chocolate shake, to wash it down...

Not a fan of Swiss or bologna, but I'd give that whole combination a try once. But no liverwurst!

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