Here is the list of weirdest foods around the world, from snake wine to tuna eye-ball, that seem to be unbelievable and you might never heard about.
Snake Wine – South East Asia
Bird’s Net Soup – Southeast Asia
Khash Soup – Middle East, East Europe and Turkey
Little dish made up of stewed cow feet and head.
Tuna Eyeball – Japan
Black Pudding – Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe
Surstromming – Sweden
Baltic Sea herring fermented with just enough salt used to prevent it from rotting. Mainly found tinned in brine these day.
100 or 100 years old egg/century egg/millenium egg – China
Shiokara – Japan
A dish made of pieces of meat taken from a selection of sea creatures, serve in a brown , viscous paste of their own salted and fermented viscera. It is all serve raw.
Wasp Crackers – Japan
Shirako – Japan
An animal’s reproductive organs. Shirako is essentially a cod’s sperm sac. Apparently soft and creamy.
Jing Leed – Thailand
Haggis – Scotland
A sheep’s heart, liver and lung minced and mixed with onions, oat meat, suet and seasoned with salt and spices cooked inside the animal’s stomach.
Muktuk – Greenland
A traditional Inuit meal of frozen whale skin and blubber. Muktuk is either serve raw or pickle.
Hákarl – Iceland
Fist time tasters will be gag involuntarily due to the high ammonia level. It’s advisable to pinch you nose, because the smell of Hákarl even worse than the taste.
Fried Spider – Cambodia
Locusts – Israel
Witchetty Grub – Australia
These can either be eaten raw, when it tastes like almonds, or lightly cooked, when it’s skin crisp like roasted chicken and its inside take on the look and consistency of scramble egg.