Do you have a strong stomach? You probably have seen some of these. From fried spiders to live octopus tentacles, we gathered for you 10 of world’s most bizarre foods you’d think twice before eating.
1 Korea - San-nakji
Octopus cut into small pieces and served while the tentacles are still alive and squirming.
2 Philippines - Balut
18-day-old fertilized duck egg that is boiled and eaten directly from the shell. Commonly sold as street-food in the Philipines.
3 Czech Republic - Tatarák
Or steak tartare is prepared and eaten as raw ground meat served with onions, raw egg yolk and toast garlic bread.
4 Iceland - Hákarl
Consist of rotten shark meat which is buried, fermented, cured and hung to dry for serveral months.
5 China - Virgin boy egg
The key ingredient in this delicacy is to soak and boil the eggs in the urine of young boys, preferably below the age of 10.
6 Sweden - Surströmming
Fermented herring famous for its pungent smell which is preferred to be eaten outdoors.
7 Italy - Casu marzu
A cheese made from sheep's milk with crawling live maggots inside and considered as world's most dangerous cheese in the world.
8 Cambodia - Fried Spiders
Deep fried spiders are famous snack for tourists passing by the town of Skoun.
9 Mexico - Escamoles
Often served in omelet or in tacos, escamoles are edible larvae and pupae of ants which has similar taste to pork rinds and with texture of a cottage cheese.
10 Korea - Beondegi
Known as "pupa", a Korean street food made of silkworm pupae. Served in paper cups and toothpick skewers, it is boiled or steamed and is considered to be very healthy to eat.