Monday, October 13, 2008

Rat, It's What's For Dinner

I'd probably try it if it were offered to me, but I wouldn't go out of my way to get it yet. Maybe in 6-12 months from now when I'm starving because there is no food around, then I'd go for it.
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Rats being prepared for the pot

Rats have long been eaten in poorer regions of Thailand

Thai fast food sellers are enjoying a boom in rat sales, as people learn to love the taste of the rodent.

"It's better than chicken," one customer told the AP news agency.

One rat seller, Sala Prompim, said that the hip and liver were the best cuts.

"It's tastier than other meats - nothing can compete with rat," he added.

Mr Prompim says he sells as much as 100kg of rat meat on some days.

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