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RedDeerGuy1's avatar

Does blood type alter the taste of meat?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (17970points) 1 month ago

Also how many blood types do different animals have?

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anniereborn's avatar

I am always amazed by the questions you come up with. I would never have thought of this. I am sorry, I don’t have any idea. I just wanted you to know I admire your curiosity

Nomore_lockout's avatar

Can’t say bud. I’d try a steak medium raw and find out. Just cut off the horns, pat it on the head, and toss it on the plate.
Better than well burned anyway.

LadyMarissa's avatar

Like the others, Inhad NEVER thought about this subject. Although it doesn’t mention anything about the tasteof the meat, Wikipedia has some interesting info on the blood types… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_type_(non-human)#Canine_blood_groups Rather than trying to regurgitate what they said, you may see for yourself about the various non-human blood types!!!

Caravanfan's avatar

Absolutely. A+ human buttocks meat tastes totally different than 0+ human buttocks meat.

kritiper's avatar

You might ask a lover of blood pudding or blood sausage. But I’ve never noticed any differences in the tastes of meat unless you compare that meat that was raised by a meat producer and the meat raised on a private farm.

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