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What is the weirdest thing you have ever eaten?

  1. Don Ship profile image78
    Don Shipposted 7 years ago

    What is the weirdest thing you have ever eaten?

  2. jennyjenny profile image62
    jennyjennyposted 7 years ago

    a grilled veggie burger patty on a tortilla with shredded cabbage, fresh squeezed lime, cilantro, hot pepper flakes and peanut butter.  YUM!  smile

  3. Calgarz profile image61
    Calgarzposted 7 years ago

    a lot. carabeef, golden snails, and fermented rice.

  4. Right On Time profile image61
    Right On Timeposted 7 years ago

    Bacon and Nutella. It was a dare. Blech!!                                            .

  5. roadrockafella profile image60
    roadrockafellaposted 7 years ago

    The innards of a pig like intestine, stomach, liver, etc. all boiled in a pot. It was weird since you can smell a raw pig from its soup.

  6. The Earth Goat profile image65
    The Earth Goatposted 7 years ago

    I think my oddest food experiences were when I was in Tanzania - sugary breakfast spaghetti, intestine and banana soup, chip omelettes. All surprisingly lovely.

    I really liked a 'pincho' that I had when I visited San Sebastian in northern Spain. It was a tiny wafer cone filled with a very pungent cream cheese with a rolled pickled whitebait on top.

    Japanese food could be pretty weird. I ate a breakfast in Kyoto where nothing tasted how I imagined it would - shredded seaweed turned out to be tiny tiny baby eels, green jelly would turn out to be savoury, a square white lump sweet. Exciting!

  7. harrison8bal profile image72
    harrison8balposted 7 years ago

    A chicken's ass. (and liver, intestines, feet)

  8. Craan profile image68
    Craanposted 7 years ago

    The weirdest things I ever ate that are considered a delicacy is escargot, octopus salad and cow brains. I hated the cow brains and sort of liked the others.

  9. ashynamira profile image56
    ashynamiraposted 7 years ago

    sago worms!! grasshoppers!! haha~~ i think sarawakians (malaysians eat too many weird stuff!) ;p

  10. Silver Poet profile image72
    Silver Poetposted 7 years ago

    Frog legs.  I was just a kid, so I wasn't bothered by any preconceived ideas.  They were good!

  11. profile image0
    jasper420posted 7 years ago

    well hmmm,,,, i ate posom once it was nasty realy nasty

  12. KaylinPatrice profile image55
    KaylinPatriceposted 7 years ago

    squid and clam....so slimey yuck **gross face** but suprisingly a bit tastey hmm

  13. uyiedos profile image61
    uyiedosposted 7 years ago

    Malaysia's Bird Nest soup, The swift uses its saliva to build its nest in malaysian caves, this nest are cooked into a kind of soup by the natives...Its very expensive and believed to elongate life

  14. kmcmichael profile image66
    kmcmichaelposted 7 years ago

    Iguana. It was served to me by locals in Honduras. Don't eat it; it's sticky.

 
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