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The 100 Strangest Meals From Around The World



November 17th, 2014 by in Health with 986 Views

These bizarre foods are eaten by different cultures and countries from around the world but they are a bit odd at first sight! Would you try any of these?

 

Stargazy Pie (Pie with fish looking up) – England

A traditional pie from Mousehole (pronounced Mouzul) in Cornwall in honor of a fisherman who had fished alone during a stormy weather.

The Strangest Meals People Actually Eat

Drunken Shrimp – China

No cooking required, just fresh-water shrimps stunned in “baijiu” (strong liquor).

The Strangest Meals People Actually Eat

Airag – Mongolia

Airag is a kind of fermented mare’s milk known to have significant health benefits. It contains alcohol.

The Strangest Meals People Actually Eat

Wasp Crackers – Japan

These crackers can be bought in the Japanese town of Omachi just 100 miles outside of Tokyo.

The Strangest Meals People Actually Eat

Lutefisk – Norway

A traditional dish of some Nordic countries, the Lutefisk is an aged stockfish or dried whitefish treated with lye.

The Strangest Meals People Actually Eat

Kangaroo meat – Australia

Kangaroo meat is thought to taste like a cross between venison and buffalo meat.

The Strangest Meals People Actually Eat

Akutaq (Eskimo Ice Cream) – Alaska

Eskimo ice cream can sound sweet and creamy but it isn’t. It is made up of reindeer fat, seal oil, freshly fallen snow, berries and ground fish.

The Strangest Meals People Actually Eat

Haggis – Scotland

Haggis is sheep’s stomach stuffed with sheep’s liver, lungs and heart, onions, oatmeal, and other spices. This is simmered for three hours.

The Strangest Meals People Actually Eat

Beondegi – Korea

Beondegi are steamed or boiled silkworm pupae seasoned and eaten as a snack. It is said to taste like a mixture of raw chestnuts, cooked soy beans and mushrooms or a wet bark from a tree.

The Strangest Meals People Actually Eat

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