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Man Cooks Up Wife's Placenta With Breakfast, Says It Tastes Like Bad Pork

The afterbirth left an aftertaste. A British man recently posted a video of himself eating his wife’s placenta ? both raw and cooked. (Watch above.) (Warning: Some of the photos below are graphic.) Now Ross Watson is not only the proud father of a baby boy named Lachlan, but he’s a gone-viral epicurean with important knowledge of how the placenta tastes. In the Sept. 27-posted clip, Lachlan declares the placenta is “definitely better cooked.
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