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March 21st, 2009 | EarthBound, Food, Videos

Hey, you. You like EarthBound, right? Then you should EAT EarthBound too! Here’s a recipe for Trout Yogurt, courtesy of LinkFan999!

His recipe is as follows:

What you will need:

  • As much (or as little) tourt as you want (Be sure to either cook it, or buy pre-cooked stuff. You should ALWAYS play it safe when cooking :P)
  • Enough vanilla yogurt to match the amount of trout used.
  • A blender
  • An iron stomach

What to Do

  • First, add the trout into the blender. You’ll need it to measure the amount of yogurt needed.
  • Add enough yogurt to blanket the trout, but not too much. Make it a thin layer; the more yogurt you have, the less trout taste you’ll get
  • Blend the two until the trout has disappeared or until you think it’s ready.
  • Let the mixture stand in a fridge for a bit to solidify back into a yogurty substance (Not required)
  • Enjoy?

Seriously though, this tastes BAD. I’m all for a yummy piece of fish, but I almost blew chuncks with this. Go ahead and try if you’d like, but don’t say I didn’t warn ya!

As a side note, did you know you can use the Trout Yogurt Dispenser in battle? Try it!


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39 Comments to EarthBound Food: Trout Yogurt

Poe said on Mar. 21, 2009

I wonder if it would be slightly more edible with plain yogurt instead of vanilla. I’m not going to try it myself. I don’t even like fish when it’s cooked correctly. 🙁

James said on Mar. 21, 2009

I always thought this was a terrible idea. Good to know I am justified in my position.

mitch said on Mar. 21, 2009

oh god that is wretched

santiagoff said on Mar. 21, 2009

Oh god , that must taste so bad!

beams said on Mar. 21, 2009

Deiphobus said on Mar. 21, 2009


Belasted said on Mar. 21, 2009

I think I saw on some show that some people actually eat such things in Japan. But it’s prepackaged by some company, so it’s probably not AS bad as this.

Teal said on Mar. 21, 2009

Ugh! That’s so gross…but I always wondered whats in a skip sandwich too.

Jimi said on Mar. 21, 2009

Skip sandwich sounds like it would have a combination of exlax, hallucinogens (to make you think there’s a bathroom in front of you) and Jalapenos (again, with a bathroom/water fountain in front of you)

Chatetris said on Mar. 21, 2009

I think I have seen this a few months back and still think is was a gross idea to begin with.

Stuffgamer1 said on Mar. 21, 2009

Oh, come on! Everybody knows that a skip sandwich has Skippy peanut butter and radioactive jelly!

Also…I like the look on the guy’s face when he eats that stuff. Doesn’t look like he’s enjoying it very much, does it? 😀

rayefrenzy said on Mar. 21, 2009


Spitball Sparky said on Mar. 21, 2009

I would use plain yogurt instead of vanilla, but that’s just me.

wants_latios_lots said on Mar. 21, 2009

Yeah, because THAT would make it more appealing. 😛

L-chan said on Mar. 21, 2009

Considering that plain, sugarless yogurt is used in certain cuisines as a nice spread or as a base for cold dips, combining it with cooked trout could be interesting for those looking for a acid+fishy flavor. I’d add a bit of lemon for am extra zing.

pooppoop said on Mar. 21, 2009

skip sandwich: did you ever play that game “boogerman”? eat the chili and fly using your flaming farts? skip sandwich works the same way except horizontal instead of vertical

Paul said on Mar. 21, 2009

Ew. :&

Re. Skip Sandwich, I always thought of them being filled with the sickly, prawn cocktail-flavoured crisp things of the same name. Better than the alternative of giant metal trash containers at any rate…

Darien said on Mar. 21, 2009

If you used plain yogurt (as has been suggested), smoked the trout, and added perhaps just a bit of horseradish, I expect it would actually be pretty decent. Still not ideal for sitting there and eating with a spoon, but it could be an interesting sauce to serve spread over toast, or perhaps as an accompaniment for a husky cheese, like a gouda, baked en crouet.

IWontGetOvertheDam said on Mar. 21, 2009

I’d like to try some Magic Cake sometime…

MotherFTW said on Mar. 22, 2009

Yes we need Magic Cake.

Saturnome said on Mar. 22, 2009

I’m sure there’s a secret way to make this delicious.

I did ate a vanilla flavored fish in a fancy restaurant once. It wasn’t trout though, but mahi-mahi.

LeonardoGolden said on Mar. 22, 2009

I could make Magic Cake…

Belasted said on Mar. 23, 2009

Like Darien said, it can be good, if done properly. You ever had a gyro? It incorporates a yogurt sauce. It’s delicious! I’m sure some trout wouldn’t hurt if done properly.

GUYYYYYYY said on Mar. 24, 2009


Tack Angel said on Mar. 25, 2009

We need an EarthBound Cookbook

Cafechan said on Mar. 25, 2009

The look on his face as he puts it into his mouth killed me. I was just laughing hysterically the whole video at the very idea of anyone actually eating that kind of thing. xD

Leirin said on Mar. 25, 2009

@ Tack Angel: Don’t. Tempt. Me.

…Anyway, that was hilarious. I CRACKED when they started blenderizing the food together. His reaction at the end of the video at end of it was just great.

Kadreal said on May. 1, 2009

Peanut Cheese bar!

Lucas said on Dec. 20, 2009


I just tryed the trout stuff!

it tasted like cereal that smelled like fish odor…

but it tasted delicious.. it reminds me..

does my taste buds stink or is it me?

I am making EarthBound related butter cookies today


Wafffo! said on Mar. 10, 2010

next we need to make Fly Honey
then Peanut Cheese bars

Dr. Bucket M.D. said on Jul. 20, 2010

I was actually thinking of putting Swedish fish* inside the yogurt.

*Swedish fish is a gummy candy shaped like a fish.

Hunter said on Aug. 7, 2010

If I try this, I will vomit. 🙁

BlueBlue said on Sep. 21, 2010

Now we know how master belch was created..

Garrett223 said on Sep. 21, 2010

My strawberry tofu recipe is better! 😀

maskedsaturn said on Mar. 27, 2011

I feel bad for Ness

TheBeatlesPkmnFan42 said on May. 7, 2011

Ew…. That would be disgusting….

Zoom! said on Aug. 21, 2011

I tried it….0_0

Paula Polestar said on May. 27, 2012

But I don’t even own trout…
Let us go forth to the strawberry tofu!

CabbitSD said on Jul. 14, 2013

Never. Not. Once. EVER. The fact that the inspiration for the recipe comes from a game like Earthbound whose humor is driven by what seems very similar to my disabled client’s imagination… the whole idea just gets up in my face, flails its arms, crosses its eyes, and with a lungful of putrid breath that makes me cry uncontrollably, screams so loud it spits in my face: “HAEEEEELL NO!!!!”

BTW… Does anyone else think that Lucas sounds like one of the NPC’s from Earthboud?


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