Eat Balls, Cooking With Testicles Part 1

Wikipedia tells us that Rocky Mountain oysters or the Canadian known prairie oysters, are a North American culinary name for edible offal, specifically Bull testicles. They are usually peeled (squrm), coated in flour, pepper and salt, sometimes pounded flat (ouch), then deep-fried (oh dear god stop).

This delicacy is most often served as an appetizer but for many men the idea of eating balls, or more accurately the testicles of an animal, would be somewhat off putting and even cause to grimace. Perhaps its our close relationship to our own and our understanding of the pain these animals would have gone through in losing theirs. Yet for woman it seems less of an issue eating testicles, and I’m going to leave that one there. Out of respect, for women, women who eat balls, and the occasional online noob who gets my teabag after being pawnd.

Ozrem, a remote Serbian mountain village hosted the seventh annual World Testicle Cooking Championship where teams of chefs cooked up bull, boar, camel, ostrich and even kangaroo testicles.

“This festival is all about fun, food and bravery,” – Ljubomir Erovic

This Serbian chef and testicles gourmand specialist organized this bizarre cooking festival and has published his own testicle or “white kidneys” in Serbian, cook book.

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