oh my goodness tami!!! That is crazy to think it tasted good, but way to go for trying anything. Guess if its good for you, eat up:)Sometimes its best to not know how something is made huh:)...haa haa great post!
yeah, i am not adventurous at all, and would never have eaten it. :) i wonder if i would have loved it if i wouldn't have known... i guess we shall never know. :)
Ahh...yikes! Ignorance is definitely bliss.
I've heard this story three times now and every time about gag. I am glad we grew up having to try everything, but still glad we didn't grow up in Ireland eating black pudding...even the name is disgusting!
oh my word! eeeek! did leslie know what was in it?
Ahhhh, how funny. And nasty. But mostly funny!
gross!!!!! and you rock the shower n' go, tam :)
YIKES![that's all that came to mind :]
Oh my goodness!!
Where are your videos?!I check every morning to see if you have posted.
Oh gosh....I never touched the stuff when in Ireland and I'm so glad I didn't, eeek!
Gasp! Ew! By the way, I have loved your vlog challenge and all your Ireland pictures...so fun!
I looked this up because I couldn't imagine how it could taste good! Must be the fillers that gave it the flavor. Ugh! I guess it doesn't kill you - at least night right away! :-)"Black pudding, blood pudding or blood sausage is a type of sausage made by cooking blood or dried blood with a filler until it is thick enough to congeal when cooled. The dish exists in various cultures from Asia to Europe. Pig, cattle, sheep, duck and goat blood can be used depending on different countries. In Europe, typical fillers include meat, fat, suet, bread, sweet potato, onion, chestnuts, barley, and oatmeal."
From Wikipedia, btw.Also, Tami, where are the rest of the 30 day vlog challenge videos? I don't want them to stop!
Oh, and I love to read cookbooks, too!
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