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Pork and coke=worms?

Discussion in 'Toke N Talk' started by dam612, Mar 21, 2012.

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    dam612

    dam612 Well-Known Member

    so ive been seeing these videos about marinating pork in coke and apparently maggots/parasidic worms surface. now i know they say pork should be cooked well (can get tricanosis or w/e) but the extent of these maggots/worms are crazy. now im usually a skeptic but the overwhelming videos is starting to sway me. what yall think? some say its fat formed from the acidic soda, other say worms, but i havent seen their worms move/wiggle. ive also seen some vides where they dont get anything, might have to give this a try on my own. ive marinaded pork with orange juice be4 and didnt see these worms
    [video=youtube;_iAOGjfUlMQ]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_iAOGjfUlMQ&feature=fvsr[/video]
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    dam612

    dam612 Well-Known Member

    apparently im only allowed to upload one video in a post, heres another [video=youtube;WDBAG0KPLcs]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDBAG0KPLcs[/video]
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    TheRaiderNation

    TheRaiderNation Member

    What the hell? We just ate pork :( I blame the Illuminati!
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    CinnamonGirl

    CinnamonGirl Active Member

    The first one is faked. the second one is the clear fat on the pork oxidizing with the carbonation in the coke. Pretty sure pork is safe from the spontaneous generation.
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    dam612

    dam612 Well-Known Member

    with some limited googling it seems its just protein clusters, but im guna buy a chop or tenderloin tm and give it a go. prb bbq it up and see how the coke marinade is
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    Jimmyjonestoo

    Jimmyjonestoo Well-Known Member

    Thought maybe you ate too much pork after doing a few lines and ended up with worms. Yet another misleading thread title lol.
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    dam612

    dam612 Well-Known Member

    yea my logical side makes me say no, but all these mass produced meats scare me once ina while as i question their quality control
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    Jimmyjonestoo

    Jimmyjonestoo Well-Known Member

    Agreed. I'm gonna try it myself for shits and grins.
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    Thedillestpickle

    Thedillestpickle Well-Known Member

    I'm no expert I will admit... But I've always thought parasites were long and stringy.

    Those look like maggots, not parasites, not to mention you could always find the "parasites" by cutting open the pork.

    These videos are total bullshit... or they've been letting their pork sit out with the flies for too long
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    Thedillestpickle

    Thedillestpickle Well-Known Member


    haha yea I was thinking the same
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    dam612

    dam612 Well-Known Member

    yeah i have yet to stumble on parasites while butchering pork
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    berkman858

    berkman858 Well-Known Member

    Ahahahahahah, very funny. That's pretty much what I was thinking.
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    mantiszn

    mantiszn Well-Known Member

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    Thedillestpickle

    Thedillestpickle Well-Known Member

    I might try it just to see what they look like.

    If you like trippy chemical reaction try doing "Magic Milk". That shit is seriously trippy... Use 18% cream for best results

    No need to worry about mass produced meats so long as you cook it through. I do worry alittle about lunchmeats(which I never eat), and bacon though. I eat alot of bacon but I don't like that there are so many preservatives. I'd really like to smoke my own bacon sometime with wood and salt(not the "smoke" shit you can buy with the kit, since that has all the same preservatives in it).


    As long as you cook it well theres nothing to be worried about with raw meats
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    ganjames

    ganjames Well-Known Member

    [video=youtube;c0zJSgHDnpw]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0zJSgHDnpw[/video]
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    MrFrance

    MrFrance Well-Known Member

    deep fry that shit serve with sliced red onion and a twist of lime, bit of bread and butter and you'll be fine
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    cannabineer

    cannabineer Ursus marijanus

    The devil made me do it. cn
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    Ballsonrawls

    Ballsonrawls Active Member

    I know off subject but can someone tell me how to start a post? I'm starting my grow and wanting to share with the site.
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    cannabineer

    cannabineer Ursus marijanus

    In the relevant subforum, there's a "Start new thread" button above the thread list. cn
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    Ballsonrawls

    Ballsonrawls Active Member

    Thank you. On my phone and its difficult. Still no.luck but thanks
    You very.much

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