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> Haggis, The other, other, not so white meat
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  Posted: 20-May-2003, 01:50 PM
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Well, I tried it. It really wasn't too bad. It had a goetta, or spackle like taste and consistancey. We were at a little pub/rest. in Stirling. I'd eat it again.... needs hot sauce though..LOL! :p


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I thought it was fine until I found out what in the *&#$ it was.  The Amish here in Pennsylvania have a thing called "Scrapple" that is about as appetizing when you know the ingredients.  Personally, I would rather lick a tire!

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Posted: 21-May-2003, 10:02 AM
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Personally, I like Haggis, even though I do know what is in it! I don't consider its ingredients any worse than those found in most hotdogs for instance.

Besides, it is a lot easier to make Haggis from sheep innards than it is to try to track down a a real Haggis - they are a very rare species of birdlike creature, native only to the Highlands of Scotland!

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