Guangzhou Stuff

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10. Ducks tongue. This specialty is available in Hong Kong, and is often served with celery.


9. Worm-filled lollipops. These lollipops are filled with oatmeal worms and grasshoppers. You simply suck them out and eat them.


8. Haggis. At a first glance it looks like a vegetable, but in reality it’s a sheep’s heart, lungs and liver mixed with spices, oatmeal and onion.


7. Deep fried Mars bar. Considered as one of Scotland’s most famous delicacies, these Mars bars are fried in oil and proudly served in fish and chip shops.


6. Digger wasp rice cracker. In Japan rice crackers are so popular that they are making them with insects like wasps.


5. Fried spiders. These spiders taste like chicken with a crispy surface, and if you want to try one you should go to Cambodia.


4. Snake. Most people despite these creatures but in China stuffed snake and snake powder are delicious dishes.


3. Seahorses on skewers. In China they deep fry these seahorses and put them on skewers for sale. They are considered as a delicacy because seahorses are rare to find.


2. Blood dishes. These bowls of raw blood are pretty common in Southeast Asia. The blood are usually from ducks or pigs and it can be eaten with different cooked entrails.


1. Guinea pig. During a pig festival in Peru, these guinea pigs are cooked. It is a traditional dish that goes way back to pre-Incas times.

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I'd eat everything on this list except for blood dishes, which I've seen plenty of and hate, and spiders. Don't think I can eat a spider....
I've eaten guinea pig in Peru its not that great, don't know why thats such a big deal, personally eating chicken feet is more disguising than what is just a chicken sized pig. It seems that Chinese and Scottish cuisine is the weirdest according to VIctor. I had snake shnapps once, it tasted like schnapps couldn't taste the snake.
Surprised that balut didn't make the list.
I'd say I heard about this, they eat this in Guangdong, same for human placenta.

i have no idea either. cantonese call it sha chong, or 'sand worm' literally. it's said to taste best when eaten raw.


i would try all these types of weird food, but only if they are fresh and COOKED.

They have 沙虫 at the Dian Bai Yu restaurant in Tianhebei, we had them for dinner last week.


I will say that I wouldn't eat the live monkey brains...pretty much anything else is fair game

沙虫 yammy&expensive

It looks like worm.

I wouldn't touch any of that shit!
yet...shit, on the other hand..


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