Cows Blood

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by Babalu**, Nov 27, 2005.

  1. Babalu**

    Babalu** Guest

    Drinkin cows blood or eating cow eyeballs, fear factor style lol joking
    Bruce Lee diet consisted of cows blood which is rich in protein and is a natural for humans to consume (protein powders and pills not natural, not found in nature) I was wondering if any one does this because i want to try it and also where would i get the blood and eyeballs.
     
  2. Richard Emling

    Richard Emling Black Belt Professional Fighter

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    from a cow
     
  3. paulchu

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    they actually serve cow's blood in a sort of jellied consumme form. i couldn't tell you where to get it in your area though.
     
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    You mean blood pudding? That shit is nasty.
     
  5. Valgarv

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    They "bleed" cows in Africa and other climates where it's difficult to get them to produce milk. They take a hollow tube and a small bow with 1 man holding the cows head they shoot it in the neck and bleed about 1/4th to 1/2 a gallon out then pull the tube. The cows don't seem to be bothered by it too much but it was pretty shocking to see at first.

    Buy your self a cow and do a search on how to do it correctly ... or take a trip to Africa and have them teach you. It makes sense but drinking warm cow blood doesn't sound too tasty.

    As far as the eye balls go... WTF FREAK!!! I dunno, blood is one thing. Eyes are something totally different. They're not something I would consider eating without $50,000 on the line.
     
  6. Timbaland

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    I don't do this, but I've seen them sell these things in Chinatown in Oakland and San Francisco.
     
  7. paulchu

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    i dont know what blood pudding is, but timbaland has the right idea.
     
  8. #1can

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    i had blood pudding once. gelatinous stuff made from blood, eaten with a spoon or serve as little cube on tooth picks. apparently kinda good for you, and some people don't not like it.
     
  9. Valgarv

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    You used a double negative? So you're saying some people like it? Blood is an aquired taste. It's putride if you ask me. Cow blood doesn't quite taste like human blood in case any one is thinking about using that as a comparison. With human blood you notice the iron a lot more and cow blood seems thicker.
     
  10. #1can

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    yes the double negative was intentional. it was intended for the purpose of humour, implying that nobody actually likes it, but there is the rare person who doesn't dislike it. thank you for sucking all possible humour out of it. :wink:
     
  11. TKMaxx715

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    this sounds pretty gross... isnt there any fear of disease or something? iono something isnt right about it
     
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    Go to your local butcher...i'm sure he can at least help you out with the eyeballs.
     
  13. Valgarv

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    My apologies.
     
  14. #1can

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    No harm done.

    Anyways, my point is that blood pudding is pretty gross.
     
  15. Madmick

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    Well, actually whey does occur in nature. It's in milk. But supposedly THAT'S not natural for us to drink either.

    Never mind that whey is superior to cow's blood on every measurement test (wait, no, I can't qualify that statement: who in the hell would do a PER on cow blood?).

    Seriously, man, you get blood in your steak. You gonna wear a cape and count shit too?
     
  16. bdweezil6998

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    yuck...no offense to Bruce Lee, cuz he was the man, but nutrition and supplementation has moved forward since his day. I'm sure there's lots of better tasting alternatives out there.
     
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    Why is everyone always looking for the 'magic pill' to try? I can't help wondering that if Bruce Lee ate his fingernail clippings if people would be running around today thinking it would improve their MMA performance.

    Nutrition is relatively simple. It's a matter of sticking to it over time. Extreme measures or neurotic nutrition plans don't bring better results. Consistency over time does.

    Eat chicken, steak, and tuna not cow's blood. Just my $0.02
     
  18. Grady

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    where did you get this???? any evidence?

    I never heard of it and a bit of googling didn't show me anything. The Bull-sheet-O-meter is showing the warning light on this one....
     
  19. Valgarv

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    What is extreme to you is just every day life for thousands of others. It's doesn't have to be about a magic pill. It's about optimizing your body with what ever works for you. If this guy happens to find blood an attractive drink then so be it. I'm not about to knock him for that. He has thought behind the food he puts in his mouth. That's all I ask of people.

    I will never be able to understand how bakers live with themselves knowing that their life's work is dedicated to making people obese. It
     
  20. Girljock

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    Mom used to eat a lot of blood soup when she was younger.....but I think that was from duck's blood if I'm not mistaken. Not for me I'm afraid.
     

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