It smelled even worse than the really pungent andouillettes. Yeah, it smells like feces. I simply cannot wrap my head around why I should put something in my mouth that is SUPPOSED to smell like shit. It was truly awful. Or is it just a bet?? It does take over all your senses - I can smell that smell with everything, taste that taste with everything, but it's again, not absolutely revolting; more a reminder (and not a gentle one, neither) of what I've just eaten. It's like eating your own stomach and your own lips. Does anyone have any experience cooking with wild rabbit? I speak adequate French, she does the Spanish. I'll just take tarte flambee next time I'm in the Alcase! I tried and tried when we lived in France to like andouillette -- I tried it at multiple food festivals from vendors who had won a medaille d'or (gold medal) at various competitions. It's not up there with Hákarl (Icelandic putrified shark), but it's not far behind. I've tried it some time ago, but didn't know it's supposed to be like that and thought it was just bad meat. Bringing it back and opening the bag, I got hit with a smell that literally made me recoil. The andouillette arrived. So, we ordered two "menu of the day." And so it was that I am responsible for the live round in the chamber when we pulled the trigger - I knew I knew what andouillette was, just couldn't remember on the night in question. As Georges Clemenceau once said: “Politics, is like andouillette, it has to smell of s**t…, but not too much.” The same is true of wine and cigars: it should smell a little, but in moderation. The same is true of wine and cigars: it should smell a little, but in moderation. Apparently this will stay with me for the day. A smelly sausage: Andouillette Andouillette is a sausage made out of intestines, chitterlings of the pork, pepper, onions, wine and seasonings. Seems it's normal to use badly cleaned intestines for this kind of sausage. If someone at the restaurant orders an andouillette, there’s no way you’ll miss it because the andouillette has a really strong odour. Holy cr@p - I went to Mulhouse at the weekend and, being an adventurous eater, I thought I'd try Andouillette Does anybody actually eat this for enjoyment? Also stuff like vinegar, hot sauce, grind black pepper and coffee with teeth, very sour things, straight up eat some weed, shot of bong water... Also have a friend to maybe taste along with you, the comparison would be pretty funny just from him smelling it and you don't. ... as the smell is nauseating. They're made of rubbery stuff which we're not supposed to eat unless there's an emergency at the level of a nuclear war. The bits of innards you find in the andouillette are hardly even digestible. True andouillette is rarely seen outside France and has a strong, distinctive odour related to its intestinal origins and components. I picked up my very first today from the market, watched it get skinned and gutted and didn't notice any real odour. The point about dried blood (or anything else) isn't that it's blood, but what it tastes like. The taste and texture are pretty repugnant, but the smell of it puts those two things in the shade!


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