OK. Thanks for the explanation.
You mean the grape-jellyfish? Wouldn't be appropriate without peanut butter.Math Is Hard said:I wonder if they ate the purple ones?
hitssquad said:I recall from one article that only the younger boy ate jellyfish, and that he did not eat very much. Digesting food takes water, and dehydration will kill a person a lot faster than starvation.
From that perspective, perhaps it was lucky for them that they lost their fishing tackle. I suspect that they would not have made it if they had been eating much of anything.
That's catchy! Can I quote you on that?franznietzsche said:Water Water everywhere, nor any drop to drink.
They did not drink ocean water. They gargled it.franznietzsche said:They drank ocean water though.
So someone dared a jellyfish to go down your throat, but it refused, giving up its chance at the 50 thousand dollars?hypatia said:I ate jellyfish once, well I can't really say I ate it because it refused to go down my throat. Much like Fear Factor,except there wasen't a bucket.
For more than 1,000 years, Asians have been eating jellyfish for medicinal reasons to treat high blood pressure, arthritis, bronchitis, gout and even some cancers. Research continues. Jellyfish is an ideal diet food because it is low in fat, protein, cholesterol and calories.
Math Is Hard said:Jellyfish as a panacea:
Yes it lost its chance to win the 50,000 and become the jellyfish king, rule the world and all that good stuff that goes along with being king.dared a jellyfish to go down your throat, but it refused,