- "The taste and texture are somewhere between beef and fish," said Lucky Pierrot manager Miku Oh. "People in Hakodate have a long history of eating whale, so customers are looking forward to trying it...
"We are not going out to catch whales because we want to eat them, we are just using up meat from whales that have been killed for experiments," Oh said.
In spite of the experiment having been replicated 176,314,004 times, scientists are still divided on the Beef vs. Fish question.
— Larry, Attack Monkey, Light Reading