I voted for poached game among other options, because if something has been slaughtered illegally then its carcass might as well be put to good use.
I think I'd eat anything else on the list except for insects. Besides me being an arachnophobe and an insectophobe, I can't imagine they have a lot of nutritional content considering the amount of meat on them; perhaps less so than prawns or shrimp (which I enjoy, hypocritically).
It's a personal goal of mine to devour the meat of every type of animal on the planet (within legal boundaries of course). On the top of my list is bear, dear, horse, rabbit, and buffalo. One day, I'd like to cook a snake over a campfire and eat it Big Boss style. I'm also a firm believer in making insects common in North American cuisine, but haven't tried any myself.
Why don't I have a custom title by now?!
Coopersville said: I voted for everything but roadkill.
Don't know why roadkill gets such a bad rap. Admittedly, mashed critters don't look appetizing and you'll probably want to avoid those that have already been scavenged, but a fresh kill that's just bounced off your fender is worth grabbing (think of it as poaching with an automobile). Unless your roadkill's escaped from a factory farm it's bound to be free of antibiotics and whatever else is used to promote unnaturally rapid growth in livestock.
Question: How many hillbillies does it take to eat roadkill?
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Two - one to do the eating, the other to watch for traffic.
In my mind, I was visualizing something already found dead on the road somewhere, and being unsure how long it's been dead. Straight off the hood of my truck is fine, though I still wouldn't personally know how to check if the animal was sick or has parasites.