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Have you ever tasted chicken feet?

Would you try them?

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Although I will try most things, this is something I have not tried. There appears to be mostly skin on the feet which I don't often eat however on looking at the photo above, perhaps it is like neck as there appears to be little meat there a;spo yet they taste very tender and nice.

It is also something I have never seen in the shops to buy and only ever see them at Asian restaurants.
by Finy
Not knowingly!!! I am so sorry to say that I would 'chicken out' if these were offered to me!!!
I cannot think why anyone would want to eat these at all.Yet I know they are a delicacy in many cultures.I shall let them have my unwanted share .......
Ha Ha Ha Ha
(Seriously, though, how would you ever get the feet clean enough to eat?!)
by Rice
YES!. Taught English in Indonesia for a stint, so I lived as the locals did, ate what they did, and thoroughly enjoyed it. A few years ago now, but still can hear the crunch after I cringed for a bit.

They are great, as are the bugs and grasshoppers etc in Thailand as well.

Close your eyes and think of pork crackling, and it is yummo with a good dipping sauce.

Very very difficult to find on the Sunshine Coast, as Health regs are making it difficult.

Oh, by the way, the toe nails are gone completely, as are half the toes, so very well boiled, cleaned and safe to fry.
No. I don't practise voodoo.
by Rice
by jonaja
No. I don't think I could bring myself to do it...unless I had no choice.
by Vee
No. I haven't. I would probably try them if I had the opportunity.
Yes, but not again, nothing on them feet to eat! The texture is unpalatable. Spit out the claws! Don't understand what the attraction is, put that sauce on a decent piece of meat because that is all I could taste!
I haven't eaten them but we had Greek neighbours when I was growing up and I used to go next door to help out with their neice speaking English correctly. Whike there one time, mumma was cooking chicken soup made with chicken legs. I thought it was gross but had to eat it because I was taught it would offend them if I didn't. It was the best soup I'd tasted and the legs were not in the bowl.
Oh yes, it is actually quite yummy. The meat is tasty and gummy while he bones tend to be tender.
For me, the only drawback is the look. However you could easily cut it up during preparation.
Once, in Singapore. That as once too often.
I wouldn't even use them for soup, preferring carcasses instead!
I have in soup. Tastes good even though I'm not a soup fan.
No, but they look yummy in the photo! Would I actually try eating them? I don't know, even after reading all these wonderful comments!
by Miro
I hate the look of them, and don't know how they could be cleaned properly but I would try them. I think if we are going to take an animal's life we should utilise as much of it as is possible. When I have killed a chicken for food,I have buried the feet along with other inedible bits to make the earth more fertile.
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