DailyDirt: Endangered Or Extinct Meals

from the urls-we-dig-up dept

Getting a craving for a McRib when it's just not available from the golden arches is definitely a first-world problem. There was also that brief period of time when Hostess Brands' Twinkies weren't for sale. Fortunately, these junk food shortages are relatively short-lived events, and if anyone really, really wanted to re-create a homemade version of these products, it wouldn't be impossible. However, some foods are actually gone forever (or are on their way to extinction). Here are just a few foods that probably haven't been on your dinner plate. If you'd like to read more awesome and interesting stuff, check out this unrelated (but not entirely random!) Techdirt post via StumbleUpon.
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Filed Under: endangered animals, extinct animals, extinction, food, passenger pigeon, sea urchin, sushi, twinkies, uni, whale meat


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    Anonymous, 26 Apr 2014 @ 5:26pm

    Cloning, anyone? (Then again, if animals could be cloned, "Star Trek IV" would have been a very different movie.)

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