In Thailand, roasted rodent meat has become something of a delicacy, according to a BBC report . More expensive than chicken or pork, a kilogram of rat meat goes for about $6.
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Ya do what ya got-a do. It's meat. It's food. People eat it. It's fine.
I beg to differ, cuz.. It isn't 'Fine', it's...?...? Sustainable.. An "eat or starve" situation which in that case.. is fine. All other scenarios are simply a bit eccentric.
Not to sound like your mother. But.
If you haven't ever eaten rat, then how do you know whether or not it's tasty?
Not eating rates in our society is a cultural taboo. And a fairly resent one at that. A hundred years ago and more. People ate rats, cats, dogs, and most anything else that moved.
It's meat, and one can not always be picky.
And it's not actually unlike frog legs