What is the most weird food you have ever tasted?

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  1. dghbrh profile image80
    dghbrhposted 9 years ago

    What is the most weird food you have ever tasted?

    What is it?
    Will you again try it given an option?

  2. Sophia-LeAnne profile image60
    Sophia-LeAnneposted 9 years ago

    Octopus, it was weird; I thought it would be similar to squid...but it wasn't.

    1. dghbrh profile image80
      dghbrhposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Oh.....i hope your experience can be termed as pleasant at least.

  3. Dan Barfield profile image77
    Dan Barfieldposted 9 years ago

    Kangaroo burger - not great. It tasted like a dog smells... if that's possible.

    Ostrich however was lovely.

    P.S. I'm now vegetarian

    1. dghbrh profile image80
      dghbrhposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      OMG...some very interesting names of food here. Thank you for sharing your experience. And your turning vegetarian...well.... I am not surprised...LOL.

  4. Miss Crayola profile image61
    Miss Crayolaposted 9 years ago

    Banana-mayonnaise sandwiches. Liked it when I was young, but cannot eat it anymore!

    1. celafoe profile image55
      celafoeposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      ummm banana, ham, peanut butter and mayo ummmmmm

    2. dghbrh profile image80
      dghbrhposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you@Miss Crayola and @celafoe
      for your kind response here.

  5. profile image0
    CalebSparksposted 9 years ago

    Probably a dessert made from jellied egg. It was not very appetizing. I was a guest in the home a family in which the wife was from Belize, I believe. I think it was a cultural dish.

    1. dghbrh profile image80
      dghbrhposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you very much for your reply here.

  6. Blond Logic profile image94
    Blond Logicposted 9 years ago

    Well my father use to go frog gigging. My mother would kill them, cut the legs off and we would have them. I think she told us it was chicken. Two things to mention, I would try them again, and no I am not French.

    1. dghbrh profile image80
      dghbrhposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you ...it sure sound very different for me at least. never mind..my best wishes to you.

  7. connorj profile image72
    connorjposted 9 years ago


    When I was in France last fall I paid a wee-bit over 30 dollars for a plate of snails. They were quite good although the amount of garlic applied to them was significant; perhaps to kill the lack of/or taste. I would try them again; however, I don't think they were worth the price I paid. Therefore I would try them again only if the price was significantly less.
    When in the Great White North I ate two most delicious items. One was moose heart and the other was black bear rump. Both were amazing; the bear rump tasted like fillet mignon. Perhaps I should for-go escargot and the wild meats/organs for fillet-mignon...

    1. dghbrh profile image80
      dghbrhposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      wowwwww.....thanks for sharing your experiences here. Best wishes to you also.

  8. xmags profile image85
    xmagsposted 9 years ago

    I have a lot, actually.

    When I was younger, I used to snack on cheap chips from the local store. I'd buy various kinds, pour them in a bowl and then add some orange juice. I used to eat them as a normal person would eat cereal, and I actually found it yummy. But now, I don't think it's really all that appetizing.

    Another time, we ate what we called "delight". It was a mixture of chips, juice, gravy, ketchup, mayonnaise and soy sauce. It tasted fine but the others didn't like it. I guess I was able to endure the taste because I was exposed to the chips and juice mix. LOL. I won't eat it again though.

    Very recently, I had the pleasure of eating at Peanut Butter Company without even thinking that all their food items included peanut butter. So basically, I had a peanut butter and bacon burger. It was surprisingly delicious. I'd definitely go back to try the other peanut butter-based dishes.

    Oh, and when I was even younger, I had the "pleasure" of eating a dog. Um, I won't eat it again.

    1. dghbrh profile image80
      dghbrhposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Your last mention is sure a kick.....ha ha ha
      ...thank you very much for sharing your many experiences. Take care

  9. profile image0
    richard alburoposted 9 years ago

    Dogs brain.Taste like balut,a filifino delicacy.Eat this long time ago maybe ten years ago not knowing then that eating this kind of food have health risk.

    1. dghbrh profile image80
      dghbrhposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      OMG....its sure very weird anyways...thank you for sharing your experience here with us.


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