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Frog Eaters

The French aren’t the only “frog eaters” in Europe.

Frog legs are a delicacy in some parts of Southern Europe, including my place.

Unfortunately, I never got the chance to eat local frogs. I doubt the ones Chinese restaurants serve are local. They’re frozen, and likely to be imported. They’re good nevertheless.

Personal fact: I managed to catch two frogs barehanded in a pond when I was about 8. I released them immediately, of course. I don’t remember how long it took, but I was very proud. This technique isn’t the smartest, but who cares. I had fun.

For those who have never eaten frog, the common eaten part is the leg and they taste like chicken, and fish.

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    Are frogs a dish in your area?

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    • No
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    If you’ve ever eaten any, did you like them?

    • Yes
    • No
    • Never tried
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    If you got the chance, would you taste frog legs?

    • Yes
    • No
    • I did already

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  1. Frogs’ legs are difficult or impossible to find in Ireland, but I have eaten them maybe three times, and loved them on each occasion! First time I was maybe eight years old, and a friend of the family bought me them for my birthday. I was so happy 😀

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    • Wow, that was a great present! ?
      I guess it was very exciting for a child, but even adults can enjoy tasting “exotic” foods. They somehow take you to another country without having to travel for it.
      I’ve never seen frogs for sale here, but they can be found in few restaurants or themed festivals.

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