Can anyone share some bizarre foods they've eaten in the past??
the most bizarre food I've ever eaten was alligator. It tasted like chicken!!
I've also had octopus at a sushi restaurant. it wasn't bad but I wouldn't try it again.
My girlfriend has eaten monkey... I cannot beat that and wish she never told me (she obviously did not know before eating.. but still).
I have eaten British gelly - pretty weired the first time - but kind of good too!
Umm...... I have eaten octopus before. That is about the oddest food I have eaten!
the strangest i ever tried was shark .. i only took a few bites .. it was okay but i felt weird eating it
Roast guinea pig, or cuy as they say in Peru. It was stuffed with green herbs and still had the head and feet intact!
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