Some foods are not meant to be eaten, yet in some places it is considered a delicacy.
Blood Soup, soup make from ducks blood
Baby mice wine
Balut, half fertilized duck or chicken egg
Birds nest soup
Mongolian boodog is a goat or a marmot from inside out. Thats right, the animal is cooked in its own skin.
Fried cow brain sandwich
Casu Marzu, or maggot cheese. It is consumed while the living beings inside it are still alive.
Century Egg, made by preserving duck, chicken or quail eggs in a mixture of clay, ash, salt, lime, and rice straw for several weeks to several months, depending on the method of processing.
Escamoles are made from the eggs of giant black ants.
Fugu or poisonous puffer fish can only be prepared by expert chefs due to the fact that if prepared wrong, well, it could kill you.
Deep fried bugs
Hakarl, fermented shark
Kopi Luwak is coffee made out of the excrements of a creature that resembles a cat, called the Luwak.
Kumis consists of fermented mare milk. Because a female horses milk contains more sugars than the fermented cows or goats milk, kumis has a higher, though still mild, alcohol content.
Read the label
Pacha, sheeps head
Rocky Mountain Oysters, protip they’re really bull testicles
Snake and scorpion wine
The Big Mac meal, mostly cow fat, sugar, and ammonia soaked pink slime