Hmm, great question. I once went to a restaurant in South Africa that specialized in weird things. I can't remember everything I tasted but among them was shark, angel fish, ostrich, crocodile.....
rattle snake, eel, octopus, shark, I think that is about it unless you want to count hog maw, beef tongue, and cracklins.
well i ate cat like on neighbors from hell on tbs and it was nasty it smelled like mold
I have eaten pretty much every kind of insect (and a few creepy-crawlies) that lives in Wyoming. Now that I'm older and have more options, I've talked my husband into actually preparing them rather than just eating them plain...so far deep-fried worms and grasshopper kabobs are on the summer menu.
This guy named 'Sparky' - just kidding! (jeesh don't vote me down - I'm just a wisenheimer......)
Real answer: Dinuguan , a Filipino savory stew of blood and meat.
Looks like lumpy melted chocolate sauce. It's GREAT! Only Filipino food I like.
After a night of partying my best friend and I ate a hot dog, peanut butter and jelly sandwich with ketchup, mustard and pickles. Thinking about it now makes me want to hurl.
It wasn't edible. You know when your little and your mom or dad would show you the trick where they swallow a nickel and then it comes out behind their ear? Well I was performing this trick for a friend except I actually swallowed the nickel..... it never appeared behind my ear
by Zaiden Jace4 years ago
What's the strangest thing you've ever eaten?I had a teacher who traveled to another country, Chili I believe, and he ate a guinea pig.
by Lupozee5 years ago
What is the most weirdest or strangest thing you have ever eaten?I'v had pig trots, pig ears & Octopus
by Tanya Jones3 years ago
So, went out to the dairy yesterday and they'd sold out of fresh milk by the time I got there. Thought I'd get a small bit of milk at the grocery to tide me over until the next time I go out there. I saw that the eggnog...
by Eaglekiwi6 years ago
As I child we loved to eat sheeps brains ,four little girls excitedly gathered around the kitchen table with a teaspoon in hand eagerly awaiting the steaming morsel to arrive (cooked sheeps head)......of course there is...
by Cindy Vine15 months ago
Driving home in the rain today, listening to the radio, I heard them talking about this very thing and they were telling the story of some 44 year old woman who apparently sent three very bizarre emails in her...
by Elena6 years ago
What's the strangest thing you have had for Breakfast, instead of usual Cereal or Toast?Just last weekend, I had a big slice of birthday cake with coffee, for breakfast - given to me at a birthday party the previous...
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