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Batshit fuckin crazy
Need input/advice re: something I found in my food yesterday.
Let me preface this with a royal decree that there is to be no joking or wisecracking about this situation, I'm on the verge of barfing all over my laptop as it is just typing the story...
Where I live chicken gizzards are a treat, the best are parboiled for 3 hours in onions, garlic and salt water, then deep fried like chicken and served up with tartar sauce. I enjoy a rare treat of these every few years at a restaurant, the most likely place to find them is in a bar, often served with Buffalo hot wings, breaded mushrooms, jalapeno poppers and fries.
So yesterday my mom and I hit a local restaurant, she orders the hot wings and I ordered the gizzards with salad bar. I got full pretty quickly, so took half my gizzard order home to have for supper as it was not Keto with the breading.
I'm online in a busy chat room munching on the gizzards absent mindedly when I pick up the last one, very large and somewhat squooshy, and take a small bite and with one chew I knew THAT WAS NOT A GIZZARD!!!! I quickly spit it out, got sick to my stomach saw the bit end which was a cooked meat, congealed with white stuff and God knows what, threw it in the box and threw it in the garbage, rinsed out my mouth and did some oil pulling in case it was toxic. It looked disturbingly like a human testicle.
I've been sick to my stomach ever since, likely the thought more than the bite. Soooo, I am wondering, since there are so many folks here familiar with chickens and butchering, if there is anything in a chicken that looks testicular? I thought maybe stomach? Lungs? If this was perfectly round it would be near the size of a golf ball.
I woke up at 4am thinking about this and haven't slept since. I got up at 5am and fished the take out box out of the garbage and tossed it in the fridge in case it's human remains but I'm hoping it's just some disgusting and rarely seen or eaten 'chicken part that I can toss.
Anyway, any suggestions on what I should do with the info besides first finding out if it's a byproduct of chicken processing that got by the gizzard inspectors, and then alerting the owner of the restaurant? I want to see if they buy the things pre-breaded, if so, this is a factory/food processing issue. Just remembered that our chicken is now processed in China, so it could be some freaky Chinese revenge on round eye American, in which case..
My easy-goin' nature is gettin' sorely fuckin' tested.
If you're determined to eat chicken guts, at least clean and cook them yourself.
Batshit fuckin crazy ain't the half of it. There are few over there crazier than this chick.
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Rooster testicles are smaller than a fingernail and are behind the bottom ribs.
What's nasty in a chicken is the gall bladder. It's attached to the liver which are in the same handful of guts pulled out with a gizzard. Gall bladders are being found in commercial packages of chicken guts.
Chinese processers don't give a shit if you have gall in your food, or perhaps the newly arrived alien workers don't know to remove it intact.
That dumb bitch.
Any place that serves gizzards probably also serves livers.
She probably just got a liver mixed in with her gizzards.
Simple rule to avoid all this:
Don't eat internal organs.
I am Brutus. Or, Lord Brutus if you prefer.
Or maybe it was something dug up from Sat and FL's pet cemetery. Seriously, is she that stupid? It had to have been a piece of liver and here she is all freaked out and losing sleep and shit. These are supposed to be "preppers" over there, ready for TEOTWAWKI, WWIII, life after nukes, etc. Instead, this one is freaking out over of a piece of liver like Hannibal Lecter came and made her dinner.
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Chicken or duck gizzards are delicious cooked as confit...sliced open, cleaned, salted for a few hours, then rinsed and slowly poached in duck fat or lard. Or can them in the fat arter poaching....Mmmm! Great sliced thinly in a frisee salad with pine nuts and croutons. Or served alongside fried potatoes and greenbeans cooked with garlic and parsley. Or run them onto a stick and BBQ.
Gizzards are the tough little muscles that chew up food for poultry. The animal swallows little bits of grit and rock, and those bits in the gizzard work to grind down the stuff that poulty eat..makes up for their lack of teeth, and you could say that it's the bird's way of chewing.
Yeah, if you don't clean the gizzards carefully, you sometimes end up biting on a pebble or a piece of feed corn. I'm surprised that someone who habitually eats gizzards doesn't know this, or has never found a crunchy bit.
We are talking about TB2Stupid person here, Crepe Susette. Not a normal person.
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