Here’s a drink that you can propose a memorable toast with. I particularly love the detail where the cobra is holding a smaller snake in it’s mouth. The drink was found a vietnamese liquor store.
I wonder if anyone has ever actually drank this stuff?
Snake meat should taste great, when prepared accordingly. But how many of us know already how to skin a snake for cooking? No worries, as for so many other things, the tutorial for snake skinning can be found from the Internet. Just follow this link!
(dont forget to keep the skin as well! Nothing much cooler that boots made from self skinned snake skin!)
…And of course they eat mainly insects, reptiles and eyeballs there.
“American Marine drinks the blood of a cobra after an exercise of survival in the jungle in a field of training in Chanthaburi, Thailand.”
Need we say more?
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