I've been a Pescatarian (or fish-eating vegetarian) for 26 years, but have never run into the occasion to have frogs legs - until last night. I like to set my own rules when it comes to what is included in my diet - snails are OK, but I detest shark - but was stumped on how I felt about frogs legs. My rule of thumb had always been 'nothing with four legs' but frogs start out sort of as fish.
As it turns out, I sampled a leg and was turned off by the bone. BONE!. New rule - nothing with bones bigger than a pin bone.
Anyone have this same conundrum with their (traditional meat-less) diet?
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