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Removed rediculous reference assumptions. Edited page to reflect that the strange meat is quite obviously meant to be human flesh.

- Undid above reference. Either learn how this particular wiki works before deleting other people's edits, or go back to Wikipedia. --Rylasasin2008 08:46, 13 January 2009 (UTC)

Even though IoaS exists in F3, I think it could be a refrence to the original. It is chunks of flesh on a stick. Big McLargeHuge 05:02, 16 January 2009 (UTC)

I wonder if there is an allusion to the anti-lynching song "Strange Fruit" here? The memory of that immediately clued me into the fact this was human flesh.

Renewable Resource?

Is there any way to get a consistent and unlimited supply of this stuff besides hunting ghouls and hoping for the best? Actually, I don't even recall seeing it on ghouls, unless Human Flesh is treated the same way or something.

The hunters who sell strange meat sell this as many times as you find them, but if you killed them, then no I don't think so. 06:10, 4 May 2009 (UTC)Cavesloth


while walking through the chyslus building i noticed plenty of dogmeat next to and around strangemeat. now i know it is actually human meat, but could it also contain other wasteland animal meat, to maybe mix up the flavor, like in real-life hotdogs? WastelandAtheist 06:00, September 3, 2009 (UTC)

It's possible, but I think we'd need to see a few more instances of other meats being around it before we could say anything concrete. Sparrow475 19:44, October 23, 2009 (UTC)