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    Wah the video said the winner ate 18 baluts..

    It doesn't have to be baluts, I think I'll faint before I can finish eating 18 duck/chicken eggs.

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    It is said to be good for sex. Where can we eat this in Singapore? Any in Lucky Plaza? (Filipinos love to hang out there)

    I have eaten a local version made with chicken foetus (not duck) called Kai Chai Tan.
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    I have eaten a local version made with chicken foetus (not duck) called Kai Chai Tan.
    I have eaten both balut in the Philippines, and the Kai Chai Tan - chicken foetus. I have also eatne the Vietnamese and Cambodian version of the balut.

    In the Philippines, balut is sold as is, no condiments. In both Vietnam and Cambodia, the balut is served with some herbs, and a dip of pepper and salt mixed with a squeeze of lime. I prefer the Cambodian version, actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    It is said to be good for sex. Where can we eat this in Singapore?
    First must find a partner before eat it.

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    Balut is delicious! You can buy it at lucky plaza. Just ask for it. Make sure you tell them you want the not so mature ones though. When bones and feathers start to develop its not very nice anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonrya View Post
    Balut is delicious! You can buy it at lucky plaza. Just ask for it. Make sure you tell them you want the not so mature ones though. When bones and feathers start to develop its not very nice anymore.
    so... you're eating it to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by number2

    I have eaten both balut in the Philippines, and the Kai Chai Tan - chicken foetus. I have also eatne the Vietnamese and Cambodian version of the balut.

    In the Philippines, balut is sold as is, no condiments. In both Vietnam and Cambodia, the balut is served with some herbs, and a dip of pepper and salt mixed with a squeeze of lime. I prefer the Cambodian version, actually.

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    Ate 2 myself at Puerto Galera this feb when I was there Scuba Diving... my Pinoy GF threaten never to kiss me again if she ever saw me eating more...

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    Quote Originally Posted by airfins View Post
    So does it level up your sex power?
    Not only that he now has excess energy.

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    Not only in the Philippines. They eat it in Cambodia as well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by diver-hloc
    Ate 2 myself at Puerto Galera this feb when I was there Scuba Diving... my Pinoy GF threaten never to kiss me again if she ever saw me eating more...
    Because you demanded too much after eating the 2? :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by ndroo View Post
    Because you demanded too much after eating the 2? :P

    How I wish... she warned me before we when steady... LOL

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    supposedly also increases your life span. there was this 100+ years old granny who swears by it.

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    supposedly also increases your life span. there was this 100+ years old granny who swears by it.
    My summary after reading this thread so far:

    balut = 100 years of great sex

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentSeth View Post
    My summary after reading this thread so far:

    balut = 100 years of great sex
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    My summary after reading this thread so far:

    balut = 100 years of great sex
    I prefer sex with a woman instead of a dead baby duck.
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    luckily i just ate lunch before i see these photos.

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    The viets are crazy about this thing. Fortunately them viets in hcmc like it not too mature... You get 2 versions, the as-is served with salt-chilli-lime condiment and another variation sautéed or fried and served with sweet sauce... Abit like Telor Goreng. The later is quite palatable if not mature.

    If you go for the mature duckling the experience goes like this;

    Crack the egg on the side of the air pocket, then you can see the cooked yolk (not much left) with veins. Now you will proceed to sip the juices, which actually taste pleasant like herbal duck soup. The yolk taste like a cross between egg yolk and meat. The middle of the egg where most of the ducklings organs have developed taste like innards & bile, not the best but you prolly can tahan if you like eating kani-miso. Abit of feathers here amd there but nothing irritating. Final you will encounter the head, where the beak and bones are crunchy and the brains of the duckling almost made me gag. I stopped there. I prefer the Telor Goreng version. No the chilli didn't help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309

    so... you're eating it to?
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