Even hounds who regularly include tongue, face, and spleen in their diets may balk at eating eyeballs. Unless you grew up eating them, they’re a bit intimidating. “There’s a lot attached to the *back* of the eyeball–nerves, muscles, etc.,” Cheese Boy reminds us.

So what’re they like? When baked, says Cheese Boy, eyeballs wind up taking on a unique consistency, one that’s difficult to describe. The closest food item in texture might be marshmallow fluff—though that’s somewhat inaccurate and incomplete. Eyeballs are chewy yet soft at the same time. Try to envision marshmallow fluff crossed with shoestring licorice—without the sugary taste, of course.

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