Top 10 Most Strangest Foods To Eat Before You Die

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Are you a tourist? Do you plan going for vacation to an unknown country? How about knowing top 10 most strangest food to eat before you die if you come across any? I suppose you would love to.

Here are the lists of:

Top 10 Most Strangest Foods To Eat Before You Die

 

  1. Birds Nest Soup, China

10. Birds Nest Soup, China

10. Birds Nest Soup, China

A bowl of bird nest soup in Miri, Malaysia. The most famous use of edible birds nest is bird’s nest soup, a delicacy in Chinese cuisine. When dissolved in water, the birds’ nests have a gelatinous texture used for soup or sweet soup [tòhng seui].

Birds nest soup is a traditional Chinese food which they started to cook 400 years ago. Chinese chefs used swiftlet’s nest for making this special natural soup, a small that widely found in South Asia. Chinese people believed that having birds nest soup will gift longer life, high demanded dish in China.

Normally swiftlet birds makes their nest in dark caves using their own gummy saliva. Chinese believed  that this saliva along with smalls leafs and other ingredients within the nest is rich source of needed nutrients. The cleaned swiflet bird nest is simmersed in chicken stock to make unique nutrient soup. Swiflet nest is available in Asian markets but it demands high costs.

 

  1. Fried Grasshoppers, Worldwide

9. Fried Grasshoppers, Worldwide

9. Fried Grasshoppers, Worldwide

Fried grasshopper sales can be found most of all part of the world, found largely in Asia and Mexico. Grasshoppers are rich source of proteins. You can find fried grasshopper in streets of Asian countries. In Mexican streets people used to fry grasshoppers with chilly pastes, garlic and lime, get from street sides at low cost.

 

  1. Beondegi, Korea

8. Beondegi, Korea

8. Beondegi, Korea

Beondegi is a snack food in Korean cuisine. Literally meaning “chrysalis” or “pupa” in Korean, Beondegi are steamed or boiled silkworm pupae which are seasoned and eaten as a snack.

Boendegi is the silk worm pura, it can be found as a fried food in both small and large market of Korea. They chooses this pupa because of it riches with high vitamin, at the same time it contains fat at low rate. Koreans used to add sugar and soy sauce to Beodengi  as side ingredients. As this pupa grows inside tree it taste like tree parts. It is available in Korean market at low cost, protein rich one at the same time.

  1. Fried Spider, Cambodia

7. Fried Spider, Cambodia

7. Fried Spider, Cambodia

Fried spider is a regional delicacy in Cambodia. In the Cambodian town of Skuon, the vending of fried spiders as a specialty snack is a popular attraction for tourists passing through this town.

Fried spiders are attractive strange food of Cambodia. It get largely marketed in Skuon town of Cambodia, foreigners are main customers for fired spider snacks in the country. Large number of spiders, palm sized one can be found within Skuon town. Without having separating any parts of body the natives of Cambodia fried spiders in oil. Thy also used mixture of salt, garlic paste and chilies for making this spider snack, most favorite food item of tourists in Cambodia.

  1. Escamol, Mexico

6. Escamol, Mexico

6. Escamol, Mexico

Escamoles are the edible larvae and pupae of ants of the species Liometopum apiculatum and L. occidentale var. luctuosum. They are harvested from the roots of the Agave tequilana or Agave americana plants in Mexico.

Escamoles are one kind of ant larvae which is found as a rich nutrient food in central Mexico. This small egg shaped larvaes are harvested from maguey plants. In Mexico fried escamoles serviced alone, or cooked with butter and other species, cost little high. Escamoles can also be found with  other Mexican dishes. This natural ant egg food can be get from throughout the year in Mexico.

  1. Balut, Philippines

5. Balut, Philippines

5. Balut, Philippines

A balut is a developing bird embryo that is boiled and eaten from the shell. It originates and is commonly sold as street-food in the Philippines. They are common food in countries in Southeast Asia, such as Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam.

Balut eggs are most strange food that can get from Phillipines streets. It aged duck eggs, can see check with feathers and other parts just at growing stage. The natives of Philippines found balut eggs as highly nutrient food, can get at low cost. Balut eggs gets boiled for short time before get served, people used to have balut with mixture of vinegar, chilies and garlic. Only the shells remain uneaten in balut eggs.

  1. Shiokara, Japan

4. Shiokara, Japan

4. Shiokara, Japan

Shiokara is a food in Japanese cuisine made from various marine animals that consists of small pieces of meat in a brown viscous paste of the animal’s heavily salted, fermented viscera.

Shiokara is one of strangest foods from Japan, fermented meal of marine animals. It is prepared through using thick paste of inner organs of marine animals such as cuttle fish or squid. The ingredients of shiokara also contains rice, salt and chilies, get fermented for more than a month. It can be get from all local resturants anf market of Japan throughout the year.

 

  1. Hakarl, Iceland

3. Hakarl, Iceland

3. Hakarl, Iceland

Kæstur hákarl is a national dish of Iceland consisting of a Greenland shark or other sleeper shark which has been cured with a particular fermentation process and hung to dry for four to five months.

Hakarl is traditional Icelandic food, dried meat of Greenland shark. This strange seas food is available in Icelandic super market throughout the year, also served in porrablot mid winter festival in the country. Hakarl dish prepared through deep drying for long four moths after special fermentation process. The fresh met of Greenland shark can’ be eat because of it is highly poisonous due to rich content of urea.

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