10 Weirdest Delicacies From Around The World
How do you like your eggs in the morning? Soaked in the urine of little boys, or pulled fresh out of the nest of the native farty ant? Okay that’s not quite how the song goes but those eggs might just make an appearance in this list – 10 Weirdest Delicacies From Around The World.
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11 thoughts on “10 Weirdest Delicacies From Around The World”
How many of these delicacies would you give a try?
These people are sick!
What does it say about me when I know all of these foods? Noni isn’t that bad, if you’ve had durian you know there’s worse fruits out there.
Noni is AWESOME! I loved it when I was staying in Hawaii. I used to eat it and rub the overripe Noni in a deep gash on my leg then let flies clean it out. People around the island said that I would surely get a staph infection but it healed up nicely; albeit with a rather large scar. As I type this, I realize that it was down to dumb luck and Noni likely had nothing to do with my lack of an infection.
My taste buds are weird. I like balut, century eggs, and durian equally as much asparagus,eggplant, pork chops, and red velvet cakes which are some of my favorite things to eat. However, I have the same reaction to cucumbers and celery that most people have to durian.
Fascinating video. BEGS for captions to make it comprehensible.
Wow, as a chinese person, that last one surprised me hahahaha
century eggs are kept for 100 days or less NOT years wtf
I thought Century Eggs are very common, in Asia at least XD
They are. Very common. Doesn’t stop them being yeuch!
I was surprised that maggot cheese wasn’t on the list.