Have you eaten a fried one-day old chick?

August 25, 2007 12:41pm CST
One of the popular street foods in the Philippines is the fried one-day old chick. Marinated prior to frying, one-day old chicks are newly-hatched chicks from poultry farms that are rejected for growing. Once fried, they are ready to eat and serves best when soaked in vinegar with onion, garlic and pepper. Wanna try?
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@eprado (1473)
• Philippines
26 Aug 07
He he he :-) That sounds delicious! Actually it is good, I have eaten a fried one-day old chick. I see a lot of them vendors whenever I'm walking along downtown Manila. Even some fastfood stalls in malls now offers fried one day old chick along with balut, penoy.. etc..
• Philippines
26 Aug 07
You've also tasted it! And yes, even some fastfood stalls in malls offer them. I don't find any stupidity in eating such a delicacy. It makes no difference in eating a one-day chick and a forty-five day old chicken, right?
@xiuluoelly (1225)
• China
26 Aug 07
It Sounds good, it seems like very good to eat, I eat. But I did not lie to the city of such foods, I really envy you.
@Malfador (18)
• United States
26 Aug 07
We have plenty of food. No need to eat that sort of thing. It sounds disgusting.