Video: Goat Fetus, Anglo-Indian Delicacy

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November 21, 2006—In the United States many people celebrate Thanksgiving with a traditional turkey dinner. But party hosts in other parts of the world often mark their special events by dishing out more unusual fare.

In southern India, for example, a big Sunday lunch among the Anglo-Indian community might feature the local delicacy kutti pi—a cooked animal fetus.

Take a trip to the markets and see how one woman convinces wary butchers to sell her this taboo meat, then witness her guests' reactions to a dish made from unborn goat.

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