We all love travelling around the world, visiting beautiful places as well as buying new things to bring home. And what about food? Do you like trying new things? Or you are the one that looks for already known flavors?
Here we are going to show you 20 weirdest foods from around the world. Are you ready? I don’t think so. You will not imagine the variety of things people from other countries can eat. Now, they may look bizarre and gross, but that’s what other people think of what we eat, so it’s only fair right?
However this looks really appealing, when I mention what this is all about your hungry stomach will definitely stop being hungry. Believe it or not, this is a sheep’s heart highly seasoned with salt and spices. They say it's super tasty, I don't know if I could eat it though.
This dish is made out of stewed cows feet and head. If you don’t mind those animals coming out from your plate just starring at you with those dead eyes, you should definitely try it.... if you're into cow's feet and heads, that is.
One picture says more than 1000 words. Just look how this food is starring at you. Straight from Japan. It looks like its saying “hi there! Eat me…” People who tried it said it tasted a little bit like octopus but they don't look right to me...
Everything can be cooked with lots of different other foods so that everything mixed together achieves the right flavor. However, sometimes there are some things that simply has its own flavor. This one for example. It is a frozen blood cooked up with various natural flavorings. This plate is very known around Europe.
This is from all over the world. Has a spongy texture that’s far from being inviting. It’s also highly seasoned. However, I can’t even think of eating something like this. It’s made of the stomach lining of various animals.
Would you eat this? I definitely would not! It is apparently a little gelatinous in texture which makes it less tempting to me. Imagine eating this part of the chicken? I don’t feel like it’s even good for my own health. This plate is very known in South Africa.