What is the most weird food you have ever tasted?
What is it?
Will you again try it given an option?
Octopus, it was weird; I thought it would be similar to squid...but it wasn't.
Kangaroo burger - not great. It tasted like a dog smells... if that's possible.
Ostrich however was lovely.
P.S. I'm now vegetarian
Banana-mayonnaise sandwiches. Liked it when I was young, but cannot eat it anymore!
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.
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.
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...
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.
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.
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by Tony 8 years ago
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by GiblinGirl 6 years ago
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