Tuesday, 30 March 2010

Strangest Foods


Tarantulas, eaten in Cambodia




Raw Herring, eaten in Holland




Stink bugs, eaten in Irian Jaya, Indonesia




Beetles, eaten in China




Horseshoe Crab Roe & Nast, eaten in China




Raw Octopus, eaten in Korea




Cooked Crickets, eaten in various parts of Asia




Rotten Soybeans, eaten in various parts of Asia




Duck Fetus Egg (Balut), eaten in Southeast Asia




Codfish Sperm, eaten in various parts of Asia




Mopane caterpillars, eaten in Botswana




Grasshoppers, eaten in Oaxaca, Mexico and in various parts of Asia




Dried lizards (for soup), eaten in Japan





Bird's nest soup, eaten in China





Tuna Eyeball, eaten in Japan





2 comments:

contilover said...

Wah.. i can't eat all those foods..

Tsang said...

did you try the Tuna Eyeball? did it serve uncooked? It seems that you have had it next to a computer!

I tried the bird nest soup and used to buy bottles of bird nest soup like this as it is healthy and convenient:
hongkong-bird-nest.50webs.com

Actually, you would not feel like you are eating a nest. indeed, it is more like eating egg white.

Dried lizards maybe ok if my mom use it for the soup and never tell me its existance. I am not brave enough to try others.

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