Strange food around the world
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Baalut
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You take a fertilized duck or chicken egg, bury it in the ground for a few weeks and then enjoy.
Baalut are duck eggs that have been incubated until the foetus is all feathery and beaky, and then boiled alive. The bones give the eggs a uniquely crunchy texture.
They are enjoyed in Cambodia and Philippines
Also known as "the treat with feet" or "the egg with legs".
Escamoles
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Escamoles are the eggs of the giant black Liometopum ant, which makes its home in the root systems of maguey and agave plants.
Collecting the eggs is a uniquely unpleasant job and since the ants are highly venomous and have some kind of blood grudge against human orifices (All the holes in the body such as the ears, nose and mouth)The eggs have the same look as cottage cheese. Wait, it gets worse...
Escamoles have a surprisingly pleasant taste: buttery and slightly nutty. This hugely increases the chances that, while in Mexico, you could eat them without realising you are eating a taco full of ant eggs.

Haggis
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A traditional Scottish dish, haggis is made with the minced heart, liver and lung of a sheep mixed with onion, spices, oatmeal, salt and stock, and boiled in the sheep's stomach for a few hours. Larousse Gastronomique, a popular encyclopedia of gastronomic delights, claims that haggis has "an excellent nutty texture and delicious savoury flavour." Haggis is available year-round in Scottish supermarkets and made with an artificial casing rather than a sheep’s stomach. In fact some are sold in cans to be heated in a microwave before eating. Similar dishes can be found in other European countries with goat, pork or beef used instead of sheep.
Turtle Eggs (Nicaragua)
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shame poor turtle

Raw sea turtle eggs look just like boiled ping pong balls. The way to have it in Nicaragua is to make a small rip in the soft shell, maybe add a few drops of hot sauce, and then suck the raw contents down. The eggs taste a bit fishy and may not be loved by all. In some parts of India, turtle eggs were cooked and eaten just like chicken eggs until the word spread how turtles are endangered species.

cone pizza

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Half the fun of traveling is getting out and enjoying all sorts of foods you're not used to eating. A simple trip to the corner market or grocery store in a foreign land can keep you amused for hours. Take the example above for instance: Cone Pizza! This picture was snapped in Seoul, South Korea, and you know what? It looks pretty damn tasty. Can I get one in the States yet? Anywho, check out some other weird foods from around the world, and be sure and share your own experiences in the comments!


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  • the walls in my apartment are so thin that when I peel onions the neighbours cry.
  • why did the tomato drop out of school? he could never ketchcup.
  • why did the potato blush? because it saw the salad dressing.
  • how do you make milk shake? give it a good scare
  • whats the kindest vegtable? sweet potato
  • waiter waiter do you have frogs legs? no sir its just the way I'm standing
  • waiter waiter how long have you worked here? One week Sir, why? You cant be the one who took my order then!!
and here are some pics of strange food.
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Eeew I think its a dinosaur
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hey aren't those scorpians
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cockroaches?



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Sometimes you dont feel like eating something someone has at a

restaurant but when the food you orders comes you feel like another

course.


think again next time you go into a candy store whats their secret

ingrediant?

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thank you and i hope you learned alot