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Fried Porcupine
Submitted by steve
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Kyaikhto, Myanmar

It’s a tough and gamey meat, most closely resembling pork. It tasted ok at the time, but led to having a higher than usual number of trips to the bathroom, which is awkward on a lengthy drive, and sapped our energy for the hike up to the Golden Rock the following day: http://yourenotfromaroundhere.com/blog/golden-rock-kyaiktiyo-pagoda-myanmar/


 

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