The day I ate python the snake

Oh boy…..I must seriously buy a new point and shoot camera that takes great macro shots. I just hate my Fuji when it comes to taking macro shots. So, I have not been taking the camera out during makan time.

The other day, I was without a camera but had eaten python. Ular sawa. The huge big snake that can coil around you, break your bones and then, swallow you whole? You get which snake I am talking about?

LOL, the related videos brought up pythons as pets. I am sure those pet owners and snake lovers are going to kick up a fuss over this Chinese woman who ate python. If you listen carefully to the video, I asked my hubby if we can eat snake, if it is legal or is python an extinct species.

So, you may ask…where did I find python for consumption? Not telling…

Post Author: Lilian

Food, travel, recipes. Chinese Malaysian, blogger, photographer and writer.

5 thoughts on “The day I ate python the snake

    kenwooi

    (June 6, 2009 - 2:07 am)

    wow..delicious or not? lol

    550ml jar of faith

    (June 6, 2009 - 9:08 am)

    Gahhhh!!! Surely this can’t be right?? Or are you subscribing to the theory of conquer the predator before it conquers you??

    Lilian

    (June 6, 2009 - 4:01 pm)

    kenwooi – Yalor, I forget to mention. The meat is tender-er than chicken but it is not as sweet as some fishes. Sort of like chicken and fish marry, lie that.

    550ml – True one. I ate many types of snakes before, from that Perak Road gu bak lor but now they don’t sell these exotic stuffs anymore cos they move to only steamboat at Kam restaurant.

    backStreetGluttons

    (June 8, 2009 - 3:27 pm)

    Why not ! Its the best muscular meat rolling on da ground up !

    pablopabla

    (June 10, 2009 - 10:56 am)

    Err….if at all, do make sure the snake or other wild meat was not in a diseased state. Donno where these vendors get their stock.

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