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Friday, 24 January 2020

Consumption of bat soup could be behind the coronavirus outbreak.


Very low carb but not a meal we will be promoting. More on this true story here.

Eddie

28 comments:

Catarina said...

Someone told me it came from snakes. Goodness me!

dellgirl said...

Eeewww, that looks horrible! I've never heard of bat soup before. Thanks for taking time to inform us.

Kay said...

Oh my gosh! That looks so UNappetizing.

Sandi said...

Oh, Dear God.

I wish you hadn't shown a picture! 🤢

Chatty Crone said...

Yuck!

Thickethouse.wordpress said...

Frightful and a bit terrifying........I hope this can be dealt with so it doesn't spread!

Christine said...

Wow

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I knew they had closed the market, but didn't realize it was over bat soup and other live animals like RATS. Some people have no sense at all in what they put in their bodies.

aussie aNNie said...

Thinking I will definitely pass on this soup..
I wouldn't mind some recipes for lowering blood sugar if you have any...
x

Valerie-Jael said...

Bats, snakes....not my idea of food! Valerie

Victor S E Moubarak said...

I once had parrot soup. It kept repeating on me.

Any views, Jan?

God bless.

Laurie said...

Oh my lord, how could anyone enjoy bat soup, the bats got their revenge on this one, best leave them out of the soup!

Sussi said...

uhuh, bat soup does not sound or look good

CJ Kennedy said...

I thought I heard on the news, they thought the source of the virus was snakes. Either bats or snakes. 😱

pam nash said...

Uhmmm - bat soup? Really? Think I'll just take a pass.

JFM said...

Good! Because it is not a meal that I will be eat at any point in my life!!!

Rain said...

Seriously? Eegad.

Lowcarb team member said...

Victor S E Moubarak said...
I once had parrot soup. It kept repeating on me.

Any views, Jan?

God bless.

Hello Victor, many thanks for your comment, which made both Eddie and I laugh :)

When you ask have I got any views? I thought I wonder if there really is such a thing as parrot soup?

Well, would you believe it 'The Old Foodie' has got an interesting article about Parrot Soup and a cocktail called 'Yellow Parrot' which you can read here
http://www.theoldfoodie.com/2006/08/excellent-parrot-soup.html

There is also the Parrot Repeater Pocket Watch, more details here
https://thelowcarbdiabetic.blogspot.com/2019/08/parrot-repeater-pocket-watch.html

Wishing you an enjoyable weekend

All the best Jan

Lowcarb team member said...

aussie aNNie said...
Thinking I will definitely pass on this soup..
I wouldn't mind some recipes for lowering blood sugar if you have any...

Hello there and many thanks for your comment.
There are many recipes within the blog that can help to lower blood sugar.

If you start by reading this post
Diabetes : Diabetic : Simple Tips to Lower Your Blood Sugars
https://thelowcarbdiabetic.blogspot.com/2019/11/diabetes-diabetic-simple-tips-to-lower.html

and also read all the links (in green) and the other related posts which you will see at the bottom of the article, it should give you a good guide.

Hope this helps, do please come back and ask any questions.

My good wishes

All the best Jan

https://linsartyblobs.blogspot.com said...

I do eat meat but I don't think I could eat soup with the creature on the side of the dish.

Victor S E Moubarak said...

Thanx for the info, Jan. I was of course joking.

God bless.

Little Wandering Wren said...

We have our first case in Melbourne today, not a lot of bat soup being eaten around here, I don't think. I have my masks!

DUTA said...

Well, people eat dog meat, horse meat,and all kinds of rather unusual meats.
Perhaps certain types of eating habits should be banned by law and regulations before we get some frightful outbreaks that might erase the world.

Tom said...

...YUCK!!!

Barb said...

eeeuuuu! That must definitely be a cultural delicacy that I'm not going to partake.

sandy said...

can't imagine eating this.

Phil Slade said...

In China there are streets full of what look like to Western eyes, pet shops. They are of course food supermarkets.

baili said...

i just knew this one dear Eddie
thank you for sharing
i agree that rough eating or careless life style must be the reason
blessings!