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Disgusting foods

Which are the most disgusting foods that you have ever seen or try?
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esb 08:54, 7 February 2012
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  • cutecee12 20:31, 16 February 2012

    "Haggis" A traditional Scottish dish, haggis is really nothing more than a type of sausage. However, this particular sausage is comprised of a sheep’s lungs, liver and heart. Many describe haggis as resembling stuffed intestines more than sausage. However, although they admit it looks unappealing, Haggis-lovers swear that those who are brave enough to taste it will come running back for more.

  • cutecee12 20:27, 16 February 2012

    "Cockscomb" If you’ve ever seen the floppy red mass resembling an upside down glove on the top of a rooster’s head, then you’ve seen a cockscomb. Once served as a garnish along side many traditional French foods, cockscomb is still used as a common ingredient in many Italian dishes and sauces.

  • cutecee12 20:24, 16 February 2012

    "Black Pudding" damn its indeed black??? oh my? This dish is comprised largely of blood drawn from pigs, cattle or sheep. However, it doesn’t become blood pudding until the blood is allowed to coagulate, a filler of oatmeal, barley or sweet potato is added, and the entire mass is brought to a boil. During the cooking process, a delightful skin is produced atop the goo. While some like to remove the skin before plunging their spoon into the pudding, others enjoy its chewy texture and prefer to eat it last.

  • cutecee12 20:21, 16 February 2012

    "Hasma" n China, many people consider hasma dessert the perfect punctuation to a great meal. This disgusting dish is basically the fallopian tubes of frogs. Sold in a dried shrunken form, these amphibious reproductive organs are able to swell up to 10 to 15 times their dehydrated size once they are rehydrated with water. Afterward, a bit of sugar is added to give them that special sweetness most people desire from a dessert.

  • cutecee12 20:18, 16 February 2012

    "Balut" If someone placed balut on your plate, you might think they were serving you a hardboiled egg. That is, until you cracked it open and a fully intact duck embryo spilled out. Balut, considered a delicacy in many Asian countries, is produced when fertilized duck eggs are placed in warm sunlight. After about eight days, the eggs are held up to the light and checked to ensure that the budding embryo is ready. Then, the eggs are cooked and served with a dash of salt and a few squirts of lemon juice.

  • cutecee12 20:12, 16 February 2012

    "Bat Paste" Eeeewwww!!! This delightful dish is considered weird even in the few Asian countries where it’s eaten. First, a live bat is forced into a vat of boiling milk. Then, once it has reached optimum malleability, the bat is sliced into fine bits, mixed with various herbs and spices and mashed into a pulpy paste.

  • michael.cen 01:45, 9 February 2012

    "Stinky tofu"! The worst smell food can have. Smells so terrible that I don't even dare to try it.

  • Zhangjie 09:12, 7 February 2012

    CNN has labeled the thousand-year egg popular in China as the most disgusting food. I guess the dark-green creamy yolk is what turns off some people, but those that are adventurous will be rewarded.