See What Daddy Freeze Has To Say About Eating Python Meat
Just when folks thought Daddy Freeze had tried all varieties of bush meat, the popular OAP has revealed he just tried a new cuisine: python stew.
Yesterday, the CoolFM presenter who spent this year’s Ileya in Ibadan, visited his favourite bush meat market in Lagos and returned with smoked python meat and the head of a porcupine.
“I stopped over at my favourite bush meat shop where I have bought bush meat for over 10 years and many of the ladies there know me by my first name,” he said, adding, “Bae is going to make porcupine and python stew today. Can’t wait!”
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Just came in from #Ibadan where I celebrated this year's #Ileya! I stopped at my favorite bush meat shop where I have bought bush meat for over 10years and many of the ladies there know me by my first name! Bae is going to make porcupine and python stew today! I can't wait! #SnakeMeat rocks!!!!! 🐍🐍🐍🐍🐍
As expected, many of his fans expressed horror at the thought of eating a snake.
While folks waited to read his thoughts on the new culinary experience, we looked up snake meat. Here’s what we found:
According to health.ac, snake meat contains “variety of essential amino acids, including glutamic acid” which reportedly “enhance brain cell activity.”
That’s not all. The site adds that snake meat is low on cholesterol in addition to having 8 essential amino acids.
“Snake meat contains calcium, magnesium and other elements,” health.ac continues, adding that the meat prevents cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis, inflammation or tuberculosis.”
Look it up here.
Not long after, Daddy Freeze returned and passed judgement.
“#SerpentStew! Bae cooked a sumptuous dinner! I thank God for creating porcupines and snakes, they are so delicious!!” he gushed, and shared photos of the dish on his website. “Food for my soul! Python meat served with rice, dodo and stew!”
Check out the photos:
CAUTION!!! PLEASE do not try this at home
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