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    #Balut - Duck Embryo   
    Balut - Duck Embryo - A duck embryo is boiled alive and served with beer. All parts of the duck are considered edible including beak and wings. The egg is seasoned with chili, garlic, and vinegar.
  • 00:48
     
    #Casu Marzu - Rotten Cheese   
    Casu Marzu - Rotten Cheese - A cheese made by leaving Pecorino cheeses outside with part of the rind remove to allow cheese flies to lay eggs in it. The larvae break down the cheese fats and ferment it. Some people consume the cheese with the larvae inside.
  • 01:19
     
    #Insects and Worms   
    Insects and Worms - These critters include worms, moths, crickets, scorpions, moths, and water bettles. They are eaten various parts of the world including North Central & South America, Africa, and Asia.
  • 01:52
     
    #Kiviak Seal   
    Kiviak Seal - A Greenland winter food is made by stuffing the body of seal with several hundred Auks (a bird similar to a penquin) and cover with rocks for 3-18 months to ferment.
  • 02:24
     
    #Thousand Year Old Egg   
    Thousand Year Old Egg - Eggs are placed in clay, ash, salt, quicklime, and rice hulls for a few weeks to several months to be preserved. The egg yolks turn dark and the whites turn a translucent dark brown.
  • 02:54
     
    #Fried Spider   
    Fried Spider - In Cambodia, this delicacy is also called a-ping. The spiders are bred in nearby villages and are then fried in oil.
  • 03:23
     
    #Smalahove - Head of a Sheep   
    Smalahove - Head of a Sheep - A traditional Norwegian dish made from sheep&39;s head. The head is usually smoked or dried and is eaten before Christmas.
  • 03:53
     
    #Escamole - Ant larvae   
    Escamole - Ant larvae a Mexican delicacy, are harvest from the root systems of the Agave tequilana plant. The texture is similar to cottage cheese, this dish usually pan-fried in butter and served on its own, in tacos, or in omelettes.
  • 04:21
     
    #Baby Mouse Wine   
    Baby Mouse Wine - is an Ancient Korean or Chinese drink. Baby mice while still alive are stuffed into a bottle of rice wine and left to ferment for 12 to 14 months. The flavour is akin to raw gasoline.
  • 04:48
     
    #Sannakji - Live octopus   
    Sannakji - Live octopus are eaten as whole or in pieces, served fresh with a splash of oil.
  • 05:28
     
    #Tuna Eyeballs   
    Tuna Eyeballs - Found in Japanese Super Markets, and sold by the pound. This dish is fried and usually eaten with white rice and soy sauce.
  • 05:51
     
    #Durian   
    Durian - Edible strong smelling fruit, and has been banned in some public spaces.
  • 06:24
     
    #Ikizukuri - Live seafood   
    Ikizukuri - Live seafood This fish is sliced and served on a plate while the animal is still alive while the heart is still beating. This dish has been banned in several countries include Australia and Germany.
  • 06:53
     
    #Blodplattar   
    Blodplattar - These blood pancakes are made from pork blood, milk, molasses, flour, and onion. The mixture is cooked in frying pan and are served with pork.
  • 07:20
     
    #Cockscombs   
    Cockscombs - The fleshy top of the chicken&39;s head. Used in French and Italian cooking for sauces and garnish.
  • 07:47
     
    #Hakarl - Fermented Shark   
    Hakarl - Fermented Shark Shark is allowed to ferment to allow the poisons within to be removed. The taste has an Ammonia smell and first time tasters have difficulty swallowing.
  • 08:20
     
    #Bull Penis   
    Bull Penis This traditional dish in China is considered to be an aphrodisiac.
  • 08:54
     
    #Mongolian Boodog - Marmot or Goat   
    Mongolian Boodog - Marmot or Goat This traditional Korean dish that is cooked with hot stones inside the Marmot&39;s stomach. Popular for camping or outdoor cooking.
  • 09:23
     
    #Prairie Oysters - Bull Testicles   
    Prairie Oysters - Bull Testicles The dish is sauteed, fried, or stuffed and served with spices and sauces. The Canadian version can be found in Alberta.
  • 09:54
     
    #Haggis   
    Haggis Scotland&39;s national dish made with sheep&39;s heart, liver, and lung, and served with potatoes and turnips.

20 Disgusting Foods That People Actually Eat

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