13 Insane Bizarre Foods That Will Really Shock You

When we through-back to our history how people got civilized, we notice significant differences in our food, culture, norms, behavior. Now we eat delicious food that have not come out in a day. In ancient society, people used to eat raw, shabby food that would appear to us as insane bizarre food now. Currently people prefer to consume some food in different region that looked like ugly, must not has acceptance globally.

It’s time to take a trip around the world and ferret into all insane bizarre foods our species like to chow down. the world is not only full of delicious and tasty foods. Andrew Zimmern have introduced us with some of exception insane bizarre foods With their up to bottom. In the six season that Bizarre Foods has aired on the Travel channel, Host Andrew Zimmern has eaten enough unique, unusual, and straight- up weird food to fill 100 episodes in 32 countries.

1. Chicken Sashimi — Japan:

OMG! Guess what I said. Dish is chicken tartare served with a raw quail’s egg. It’s like the texture of chicken sashimi to that of raw tuna, but it’s flavor profile is more closely related to bigeye.

2. Balut — Philippines:

Balut has been relegated to the “exotic adventure” due to it’s deliciousness.A good balut yolk has a soft texture not unlike cream cheese. The embryo will have become distinctly ducklike, sometimes complete with body parts like eyes, beaks, and feathers. The white part of the egg has the flavor and texture of a pencil eraser.

3. Goat Eye — Iceland:

“Svio” is a traditional dish where an entire goat’s head is boiled, split in two and served to you on a plate, with the eyeball firmly attached. Sure brains, balls, and eyes get dressed up in fancy sauces and come with snobby sides just like other foul-smelling, weird-textured chunks in the offal bunch.

4. Grasshopper Tacos — Mexico:

Are you on the fence about eating insects? How about you? let’s experiment. what happened?
 Oaw… go a long way towards easing you into a difficult psychological space: the place where you feel 100 percent comfortable sticking bugs in your mouth.

5. Palolo worms- The Pacific island of Samoa:

What kind of worms might have tangled themselves in a woman’s hair in the Caribbean? Perhaps the most famous….would be the palolo worm.
 Palolo worm tastes like a little scratchy, the flavor as a mix of seaweed and caviar, fishy, salty, tart, nutritious having acquired tastes.

06. Blood dishes — Poland, Sweden, Portugal:

BLOOD.. eating blood! It’s not just for vampires! It’s been a culinary mainstay all over the world for as long as there have been humans. Or as you’d say it in TWILIGHT-speak: Eating blood has been a “thing” for, like, forever. This liscitle may seem a little scary and gross, but we need to respect all traditional foods.

7. Black pudding — Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe:

Black pudding is one of the most polarizing ingredients out there. Those suspicious of it’s blood content, studs of fat and strong flavor won’t touch it with a bargepole. This is popular all around the world. It’s made according to the different tastes of different countries with pork meat, cattle, sheep, duck or goat blood.

8. Hákarl — Iceland:

“One man’s trash is another man’s treasure” surprisingly it’s in the decomposed shark carcass known as ‘Hakari’. It’s taste like “the single worst, most disgusting and terrible tasting thing.”

9. Live Octopus at Sik Gaek:

A few bites of raw octopus is only enough to whet the appetite and it’s enough to feed an Army. The eight-legged cephalopod appears in numerous dishes, but the most impressive is the fresh-octopus hot pot: a wide cauldron, overflowing with just-killed and still-squirming creatures of the deep, which servers place on a burner embedded in the table

10. Fried spider — Cambodia:

The Cambodian delicacy of fried spider is something of an acquired taste. These little chaps are tarantulas, served with a lime and black pepper dip in the Kampong Cham restaurant.The fried tarantula is to Cambodians what a Devil Dog is to Americans but the tarantula is a free-range burst of protein.

11. Khash — Middle East, East Europe and Turkey:

Khash is one of the most festive American dishes eaten mostly in the cold season. It’s cooking and consumption is highly stylized and it is enjoyed early in the morning with good amounts of garlic and votka. Khash is never eaten alone, it always a party dish.

12. Animal penises (particularly ox penis) — China:

According to a well-known saying, “Chinese eat anything with four legs, except tables. And everything that flies, except airplanes.
 Many Chinese believe animal penises increase male potency and do wonders for women’s skin. The pizzle tasted similar to alligator tail:chewy, tough meat with a bland and somewhat grimy flavor

13.Wasp crackers — Japan:

Like boiling, drying wild wasps and putting them into cookies? Yeah sure! Absolutely! Why not!….It’s a senbei, which is a Japanese style of rice cracker, that in this instance, has had a bunch of wasps added to it for flavor or…health or something.

14. Witchetty grub — Australian:

The witchetty grub is the larva stage of a large cossid wood moth. People have to use the name ‘witchetty’ for any fat, white,wood-boring grub, including those of other wood moths, swift moths and even longicorn beetles. Witchetty grubs may be among the best known bush foods.

15. Escargots à la bourguignonne — France:

Making snails edible is a lot of work. You have to purge them of toxins, clean them, simmer them, and extract the snails from their shells before you can eat them. No wonder most people buy them already prepared- and still in those attractive shells.

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