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    Yes, with lots of butter and garlic.

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    yes very long time ago even with butter and gralic it's awfull,like oysters even oysters well drunk at the christmast family banquet are maybe a bit easier to swallow,but escargots(snails) burk it's awfull it's gummy,before i became progressivelly vegan since maybe 15 years, i was not a great fan of sea food i know than jewish in the casheroute don't eat sea food, in facty the first colons in the kibboutz in baba cool area were very closed of the biological agriculture and vegetarism,if iam not completly wrong
    i don't know very well the jewish dishes but i have saw many times casher cakes,and i have a friend who is a great fan of "la poutargue" or bottarga in english a judeo-arabic mediterranean food and i know a jewish traitor in paris who made very good bottardas,but it's not really a typical casher food it"s more by extended culture
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    Nop, neither I wish to. It looks gross.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolfrenchguy View Post
    yes very long time ago even with butter and gralic it's awfull,like oysters even oysters well drunk at the christmast family banquet are maybe a bit easier to swallow,but escargots(snails) burk it's awfull it's gummy,before i became progressivelly vegan since maybe 15 years, i was not a great fan of sea food i know than jewish in the casheroute don't eat sea food, in facty the first colons in the kibboutz in baba cool area were very closed of the biological agriculture and vegetarism,if iam not completly wrong
    i don't know very well the jewish dishes but i have saw many times casher cakes,and i have a friend who is a great fan of "la poutargue" or bottarga in english a judeo-arabic mediterranean food and i know a jewish traitor in paris who made very good bottardas,but it's not really a typical casher food it"s more by extended culture
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bottarga
    Bottarga has nothing to do with Jews or Arabs, it was known since Hellenistic Egypt, and during Roman / Byzantine age. The name comes from the Egyptian/Hellenistic Greek "Butŕrichon" (dried fish). It's well known also here in Sardinia as "buttŕriga in Sardinian language and "bottarga" in Italian, it's considered a gourmet thing (1kg can also cost 250€). It's basically composed by dried fish eggs contained into their own sack. It's usually used to flavour pasta dishes.



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    Yes.


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