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10 horrible chinese meals in china

Updated on June 27, 2012

after a night out in china

After a night out in china. Spicy Vomit soup anyone?
After a night out in china. Spicy Vomit soup anyone?

10 Horrible chinese meals

The Chinese & Asian cultures enjoy a varied range of meats & meals.

All very creative, and a lot of them considered by western cultures to be disgusting & horrible.
Penis, brains, testicles, and lots more yukky things. 

However all considered to be of high protein content, and work wonders for your sexual virility.

Although different from western culture, the idea of eating animals for meet is no different.
Some cultures would never eat cow meet, or pig meet. Yet, billions of people happily buy cow meat on buns, or fry up pig meat for breakfast.

The only difference with the Chinese is they call it by its animal name.
Maybe we don't mind eating animal meat as much, since we associate a different word with the actual meat from the animal.

No more waiting, time to throw up.

Here is a list of 10 horrible meals.

Snake meat storage

Snake meat storage. Reach in and grab one.
Snake meat storage. Reach in and grab one.

Bucket of Big Juicy bugs.

Big Juicy bugs. Waiting to wriggle inside your belly.
Big Juicy bugs. Waiting to wriggle inside your belly.

Scorpion on a stick

Scorpion on a stick,  at least these ones are dead
Scorpion on a stick, at least these ones are dead

Boiled tiger penis

Boiled Tiger Penis. Turns you into a sexual tiger! meow.
Boiled Tiger Penis. Turns you into a sexual tiger! meow.

Spicy dog soup.

Spicy dog soup, if you havn't finished you can always ask for a "doggie bag" get it??
Spicy dog soup, if you havn't finished you can always ask for a "doggie bag" get it??

Monkey Brains

Monkey Brains. coming to a Mcdonalds near you.
Monkey Brains. coming to a Mcdonalds near you.

Baked rabbits head

Baked rabbits head. Watch out bugs bunny.
Baked rabbits head. Watch out bugs bunny.

Rooster Testicles.

Rooster Testicles. Don't tell anyone to suck your balls in china. This might happen to you.
Rooster Testicles. Don't tell anyone to suck your balls in china. This might happen to you.

Hermaphrodite Frog Guts

Hermaphrodite Frog Guts, perfect to  help bring up your own guts.
Hermaphrodite Frog Guts, perfect to help bring up your own guts.

Cat Meat preperation.

Preparing the chickens for KFC,oh wait, I meant to say cats.
Preparing the chickens for KFC,oh wait, I meant to say cats.

Rooster Testicles

Ok, those are big testicles, they are boiled, and with a slimey & Gooey texture, one bite into these lovelys will leave some great "stuff" dripping from your mouth.
Easy to eat if your a woman, but something about eating these as a man, just goes against your grain. Cock a doodle do? 

Cat Meat

In western culture, cats are cute, they are fun, and obviously make popular pets.

In the east, they are considered to be meat. If you walk through the jungle, a tiger wouldn't lift its nose up to some human meat, so why should we at cat meat.

The eating of the cat meat isn't the problem, it's a western perception that somewhere in your life, cats have meaning to you. This makes it seem like a personal attack on our furry friends.

Would we still eat pigs if we kept them as pets, and they were furry & cute?

Conclusion

We need to eat food & food comes in many shapes & forms.

What is better for our bodies?

Processed meats & foods, or natural food direct from the earth?

There is a lot of waste & carbon given off when processed tasty foods are created,
factorys, and lots of oil.

In the east however, food comes from the earth. From the basic consumption of direct meat & Vegetables. This has got be more environmentally friendly than western food eating, and certainly a lot more healthy. Eatern cultures live long lives, which says something too.

Whatever you decide to eat, you have to agree that the world has a diverse selection of foods, and just because one person doesn't like what another person eats,
doesn't mean they should condemn it.

Happy eating,

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      sarah 5 years ago

      its disgusting.... ewwww.,... but i respect the culture of others and of course it is normal for our chinese friends

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      sharlenesimpson 7 years ago

      These people's elevator hasn't got to the first floor. lol!

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      Pippa 7 years ago

      Is this planet earth or planet hell?...Whatever the place: I shudder at the mere thought of having to share it with such people(?). - By the way there is one soup dish they havent't mentioned: "good for potency" foetus soup... - Away with all those horrors, PLEASE, PLEASE, as far as they can get!

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      dale 8 years ago

      Well...I am a Chinese.

      In fact, these "foods" are rarely seen in China(at least by myself).They appears only in few area of China.I never saw them,let alone eating them--it's disgusting!

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      Huscheli 8 years ago

      Actually, you don't find cat (and dog) meat very often in "Asia". Only in some parts of (South?) China, Vietnam and I heard Korea you can find it. In Japan, people would think you're nuts if you asked for cat meat. The pet culture gets bigger in all those countries who still eat them as well, so it changes. I don't really have a huge problem with eating cat or dogs per se. It's just the way how they treat animals. How they raise them, kill them. Without any respect. That's also my huge problem with the meat production world wide. I only eat meet from a near farm and organic produced free range meat from my country (Switzerland). Oh, now that I remember, some parts of Switzerland have (had?) traditions in eating dog meat as well ;)

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