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Top 10 bizzare foods that people usually eat





Take a look at top 10 bizzare foods that people usually eat.

#10 Haggis

#10 Haggis

Haggis is a savoury pudding containing sheep's pluck (heart, liver and lungs); minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock, and traditionally encased in the animal's stomach and simmered for approximately three hours. Most modern commercial haggis is prepared in a sausage casing rather than an actual stomach.

#9 Yak penis

#9 Yak penis

Yak penis is a Chinese delicacy and is also known as "Dragon in the Flame of Desire". It is most commonly served in the Guolizhuang Restaurant in Beijing which is famous for serving penis and testicle dishes, the yak penis dish is very popular as it is supposed to be very good for skin!



#8 Fried - Brain Sandwich

#8 Fried - Brain Sandwich

A fried-brain sandwich is generally a sandwich with sliced calves' brains on sliced bread. Long before the era of Mad-Cow Disease, a sandwich made from fried calves' brain, thinly sliced on white bread was a common item on the menus in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. The sandwich is still available in the Ohio River Valley, where the brains are now heavily battered and served on hamburger buns. In El Salvador and Mexico beef brains, lovingly called sesos in Spanish, are used in tacos and burritos. Brains from cows over 30 months old at slaughter are no longer permitted in human food in the United States.

#7 Fugu

#7 Fugu

Fugu is the Japanese word for pufferfish and the dish prepared from it. Fugu can be lethally poisonous due to its tetrodotoxin; therefore, it must be carefully prepared to remove toxic parts and to avoid contaminating the meat. The restaurant preparation of fugu is strictly controlled by law in Japan and several other countries, and only chefs who have qualified through rigorous training are allowed to deal with the fish.Domestic preparation occasionally leads to accidental death.



#6 Sannakji

#6 Sannakji

Sannakji or sannakji hoe is a variety of hoe, or raw dish, in Korean cuisine. It consists of live nakji a small octopus that has been cut into small pieces and served immediately, usually lightly seasoned with sesame and sesame oil. The nakji pieces are usually still squirming on the plate. It can also be served whole.

#5 Balut

#5 Balut

A balut or balot is a developing duck embryo that is boiled alive and eaten in the shell. It is commonly sold as streetfood in the Philippines. They are common food in countries in Southeast Asia, such as Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam . They are often served with beer.

#4 Fried spider

#4 Fried spider

Fried spider is a regional delicacy in Cambodia. In the Cambodian town of Skuon the vending of fried spiders as a specialty snack is a popular attraction for tourists passing through this town. Spiders are also available elsewhere in Cambodia. These spiders are fried from a species of tarantula that is about the size of a human palm. Typically only the legs are eaten, with mixed reviews on eating the abdomen.

#3 Rocky Mountain Oysters

#3 Rocky Mountain Oysters

Rocky Mountain oysters are bull calf testicles used for human consumption. Sometimes pig or sheep testicles are used. They are often deep-fried after being peeled, coated in flour, pepper and salt, and sometimes pounded flat. This delicacy is most often served as an appetizer with a cocktail sauce dip.

#2 Tuna Eyeball

#2 Tuna Eyeball

These type of foods Commonly eaten in China and Japan. Tuna Eye can be found staring up at you in most Japanese stores for less than a Pound. In Japan, the dish is served fried with garlic and soya sauce. Apparently it tastes a bit like squid and the eyeball comes surrounded by fish fat and severed muscles that are also meant to be quite tasty. To cook, you simply boil it and then season to taste.



#1 Chicken Cartilage

#1 Chicken Cartilage

Chicken cartilage no doubt one of the most bizarre foods, is commonly served in bars in Japan as a tasty snack. It can be eaten fried or on a shish kabob. The texture is very chewy and sometimes can take quite a few mouthfuls to break it up properly.





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