Are you adventurous when it comes to 'exotic' foods from different cultures?
What's the weirdest food you've ever eaten? Did you enjoy it?
Absolutely! ...but I do proceed with caution in certain areas of the world. The western digestive system does not always take kindly to exotic bacteria I simple cup of mint tea in Morocco will keep you in the hotel room for at least a day and a half. I will say that some street food vendors overseas offer food that's far fresher than some found in my local supermarket.
Yes,I can try anything vegetarian.If it is purely vegetarian I can try any new taste and can develop the taste also.But the cndition is that it should be vegetarian without even eggs in it.
Yes I enjoy trying most kinds of new foods when i go overseas. I try most things but I won't try deep fried bugs
But as Green Lotus said be careful what you try where. I've been fortunate so far that I haven't felt ill from anything
Yes, definitely . I will try something new and then make my mind up if I like it. I try and eat where local people will eat then you know you are getting authentic dishes.
I have made one mistake though here in Brazil. I didn't know what I was ordering and when it arrived it was tripe! It looked delicious but the texture was simply awful. I would try it again but possibly prepared in a different way.
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