43 thoughts on “BAO/Bad Ass Organics: Best of BAO Sampler Review

  1. John Smith

    “What is the most unique food you have ever tried?” I tried a tiny bit of an “escargot” at the Berghoff when I was ten. Snails are disgusting!

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  2. jberry

    My other half will eat anything, anything, so there is always some type of offal about.

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  3. Ryan Schenk

    The most unique food that I have ever tried was a roasted tarantula. Very unique.

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  4. Ashley B

    I haven’t tried anything too terribly interesting, but I do love me some kombucha!!

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  5. alicia h

    I eat a varied diet, but nothing too outrageous. I had prawns in Ireland. My hubby tried alligator once. I love ferments and they are great for you! Kombucha……Yum!!!

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  6. Amy D

    The most unique food I ever tried was kishka. It was yummy, but I don’t know what’s in it. I’m afraid to know what’s in it.

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  7. Jen D.

    I’ve tried a lot of unusual foods, but the two that stand out to me the most are escargot (which I didn’t care for) and calamari (I did like it one time out of the three times I’ve had it).

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  8. Maryann D.

    I really cannot eat unique food! I would say clams, and that is really not unique to most!

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  9. jenny

    We have an insectarium near us, and when we visit, we are always offered insects… to eat!

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  10. Jaque Richards

    The most unique food I have every eaten? Hmmm, escargot…snails, not my favorite meal. 🙂 Thank you.

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  11. Margot C

    I dunno, I’m from Louisiana where we make sausages out of alligator meat so I don’t know what anyone else calls odd or unusual food.

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  12. Judy Gregory

    I’m pretty open. Tried a ostrich dish at a convention. I hate to say I spit it out. Was told I needed to get use to it. I told them I ate ostrich meat all the time, there was something wrong with the sauce it was in.

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  13. Amy Sheets

    I think the most unique food I’ve ever tried was kimchi pancakes. They sounded completely unappetizing, but I LOVED them! Spicy and delicious!

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