Disordered Thoughts and Curmudgeonly Ramblings
I’d buy you a hagfish.
(Haven’t you always wanted a hagfish?)
UGH !. How to irritate a Hagfish…
Hagfish are usually not eaten owing to their repugnant looks, as well as their viscosity and unpleasant habits. However, a particular species, the inshore hagfish, found in the Northwest Pacific, is valued as food in the Korean Peninsula. The hagfish is kept alive and irritated by rattling its container with a stick, prompting it to produce slime in large quantities. This slime is used in a similar manner as egg whites in various forms of cookery in the region.
Uhhh… well I suppose it’s no worse than eating eggs. When you really think about it. Sort of?
That is one seriously butt ugly fish/snake/eel?
I certainly wouldn’t eat it 😛
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