posted on Oct, 27 2019 @ 07:02 PM
I have had squid, eel, alligator, frog, rattle snake, and turtle. Like any protein, they can develop an unpleasant texture when overcooked. I imagine
iguana to be no different. Squid and eel taste and texture were very similar to me. Frog, snake, and alligator also were similar but less fishy
tasting than squid and eel - which were not overly fishy tasting to begin with. Turtle has a more unique taste, more gamey. I was ok with it, but I
can understand why some may not like it.
Note: If snake or fish is moving when you cook it, it could be muscle fibres reacting to the heat but is more likely parasites. Exercise caution.
I don't know how much meat you can get off of an iguana, but it doesn't seem like it would be much. I can't imagine them being farmed for meat. I
think hunting them as an invasive species is about the only way the venture would be profitable.
Now, if someone could find a way to remove the stigma from rat meat, I am sure many thriving businesses could develop overnight in target rich
environments like most democrat strongholds. I doubt I would be a strong supporter of that product, but it beats their soylent green agenda all to
edit on 27-10-2019 by Vroomfondel because: (no reason given)