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Old Feb 5, 2012, 5:16 PM   #1
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Old Feb 5, 2012, 7:45 PM   #2
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Nice picture, must have tickled taste buds out there. I am a vegetarian, it looks like lizard tails to me!
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Mmmmmm, young octopus, yummy!
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Picture appetizing, good shot Grounded!
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Octopus on a stick, one of my favorites.

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so the ausies chuck shrimps on thier barbys and the kiwis do octopus? cant say i have ever eaten octopus, young or old lol but definately a great pic to get my belly rumbling

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Good capture but I would not touch one of those...ever!
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I wasn't joking! They are quite delicious if prepared right fresh.
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Great photo! I have eaten octopus, unknowingly. It was deepfried, & was very yummy, sort of like chicken..........until I was told what I was eating!
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Man eats young squid, Giant squid eats man. Kinda total recycle.

Nice shot of exotic food. BTW I also tried to click one such picture of a trolly taden with such exotica in Taipei (chicken hearts, young squids, and others which I couldn't recognise) but the owner didn't allow me. Probably it is not allowed to hawk in the street and he didn't want to get recorded.
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