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It has come to my attention that people eat jellyfish. Have you?

Asked by awomanscorned (11261points) May 22nd, 2011 from iPhone

How do you cook it? What’s the consistency? Were you dying? Why did you do such a thing? Does it make you fat? Does it make you skinny? Is it salty? Do you milk jelly from the tentacles like Spongebob?

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MilkyWay's avatar

I am not a cannibal. Really, what do ya take me for?

everephebe's avatar

Yes I have. I’m no Mola Mola, but I think we should have more jelly in our diet, they’re low in calories.

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Neizvestnaya's avatar

Yes, I’ve eaten it a few different ways and the cooking method determines the texture. One of my favorite salads is parboiled jellyfish cut into long strips (like flat noodle) and tossed with sliced octopus in a sesame/ginger/chili sauce and served over crisp salad greens.

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Neizvestnaya's avatar

@noelleptc: No, I’d probably flub up and cook it too fast, too hot or too long. I’m not the best cook when it comes to seafood :(

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anartist's avatar

Isn’t that a bit of a * ahem * personal * ahem * question?

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anartist's avatar

Mods, I hear you calling.

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Brian1946's avatar

I haven’t, but sea turtles do.

Hopefully, there’s some way that these wonderful animals can help Japan with their Nomura invasion.

stardust's avatar

Never have and I never intend to. This is the first I’ve heard of it.

Kardamom's avatar

I’m a vegetarian so I haven’t and won’t ever try it, but I know that it is quite a delicacy in Japanese cuisine.

King_Pariah's avatar

Yes, it’s quite tasty in my opinion, and it’s chewy/gummy.

Cruiser's avatar

Yes I have and it is yummy-licious! ;)

AstroChuck's avatar

My sex life is none of your business.

ucme's avatar

I’ve ate jelly babies though. Niiice!

Aster's avatar

No, and I don’t eat rubber. GAG.

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