What are the Nutrition Facts of Blood?
I'm 19, psychopath and I usually catch rabbits for fun and I set them free in the park after...
I don't really have a lot of money and I thinking of drinking rabbit blood, Is this safe?
I've been watching this show called The Vampire Diaries, it's the only Vampire thing I watch and nothing else, nothing of those stupid vampire movies that have been copying the story of TVD. The Vampire Diaries show is based on a novel older than those new vampire movie/shows appearing, making a revenue out of a copied story.
I know vampires aren't real but I'm the real vampire in reality. I love eating sashimi raw fish meat, and I want to experience drinking rabbits blood for dinner
this is really a good show, in this scene those two are not the bad guys
at 02:55/ see the hot blond kick a'ss
@RuRu: I didn't said anything 'cool' about drinking the blood and you haven't really answered my question, I'm asking for the Nutritional Facts.
I'd consider your concerns - I don't really just catch rabbits for fun, I kill them for fun, but don't worry because I don't kiIl humans for fun I'm a good Christian
again, for a rabbit blood
THIS is Bear Grylls drinking fresh animal blood
- Anonymous10 years agoFavorite Answer
Considering that blood isn't normally used as food and isn't normally sold for that purpose (except when making blood sausage or black pudding), I highly doubt any of the nutrition websites would have that info in their data bases.
Blood contains lots of nasty bacteria. Its not safe to drink it raw.
Edit: I just looked at one of the leading nutrition websites. They do not list blood in their data base.
But, the same website does have the nutrition break down on blood sausage. Blood sausage is essentially sausage casings filled with raw blood and then cooked. There are other ingredients in it, though. Here is the nutrition info:
- 10 years ago
Catching wild rabbits sound like a very bad idea. You could get rabies.
Sashimi or other raw cuts of sushi are safe for human consumption. They are kept in extremely cold refrigeration and wasabi actually helps to kill the bacteria.
Unless you want to expose yourself to a lot of health risks, you shouldn't be drinking any animal's blood, no matter how "cool" you think it might be. It's not safe.
- SnowFlakeLv 710 years ago
In reality blood will not digest when consumed by humans, if you want to puke, however, go for it.
- Anonymous10 years ago