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Exotic Foods from around the World

Everyone loves food. However, some people can go as far as eating live cobra hearts to satisfy their hunger. Take for instance, squids have become an everyday thing in Spain and camel meat is commonly eaten in Middle-East and some African countries. But how exotic is too exotic? Take a peep at these meals. We dare you to try any of them

Fried Tarantula


Fried Tarantula
Oh nothing much, just a poisonous specie of an icky looking, hairy spider that is deep-fried till perfection. That’s right! In Cambodia, the Thai Zebra Tarantula, which is about the size of a human hand, is a common delicacy.

Wasp Crackers


Wasp Crackers
Imagine a chocolate chip cookie but instead of chocolate chips, you have wasps! Wasp crackers are extremely famous in Japan and are extremely cheap too. These Wasp Crackers have created quite the buzz around the global food market recently.

Haggis


Haggis
Not all the exotic food items are from the east. Some bizarre food items from Europe can also shock you for their ingredients. Haggis is a dish from Scotland. It is a savory pudding containing sheep’s liver, heart and lungs. This is mixed with some chopped onions, spices etc and then again, encased in the stomach of the sheep and simmered.

Live Cobra Heart


live cobra
Live Cobra Heart is not a common thing to eat but some people in Vietnam do it. If that wasn’t bad enough, you should know that the Vietnamese eat live cobra’s heart raw and uncooked.


Monkey Brains


Monkey brains
Hmm…Can you dare this one? A lot of people are in love with this and they believe that it is one of the best meals on earth.

3 years ago