Most Exotic Food You've Tried

  • People'sBlock922

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    Blood sausages. Yes they are as disgusting as they sound. But they are a common dish in my culture so I have to live with it even if I refuse to eat it.
    December 10th, 2008 at 07:04pm
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    I've had octopus, but in Spain where my family is from it's so common. I've had weird types of fish. Not that exotic. I'd never try rabbit or bird, frogs either. Snails, never. Some things I won't eat, and sushi. Never will I eat sushi.
    December 11th, 2008 at 02:25am
  • The Way

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    Balot. :cheese: It's a chick inside a boiled egg or something? :shifty
    head of a chicken.

    I think there's more but I can't remember. In our country, it's like normal for us to eat those things but I think it's exotic to other places.

    :XD
    IKR :tehe:

    And isaw! Or barbecued chicken intestines on a stick. Pork too.
    And chicken feet here are called adidas.
    And we have blocks of barbecued blood on stick, called dugo.

    And lots of other fried things on stick. Philippine street food = leftover animal body parts :lmfao
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    ^ That's kind of incredibly gross. xD
    If you really think about it :XD
    But they usually go with beer nights and if you feel like eating something cheap and filling on the streets.
    And they don't taste as bad as they seem. Just... fried stuff :XD
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    And we have blocks of barbecued blood on stick, called dugo.
    Out of curiosity, is it pronounced Dujo. :shifty
    Nope. Blood here is called "dugo." As in, doo-goh. :XD
    December 11th, 2008 at 05:59pm
  • garry way.

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    ^^ Damn. My friend shoved pure lemon and honey down my throat. It was a horrible experience.
    December 12th, 2008 at 06:11am
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    Balot. :cheese: It's a chick inside a boiled egg or something? :shifty
    head of a chicken.

    I think there's more but I can't remember. In our country, it's like normal for us to eat those things but I think it's exotic to other places.

    :XD
    And we have blocks of barbecued blood on stick, called dugo.
    Does is taste like dinuguan or a lot better? :weird

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    Baticolon it's like the intestines of chicken or something. I love eet. :tehe:
    December 12th, 2008 at 02:46pm
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    I tried a frog leg in France.

    My dad was eating them, and I was young and stupid.
    Oh, what did it taste like out of curiousity?
    Frog legs aren't only in France. Lol.

    Here in the deep south, people go frogging and have major frog leg frys the next day.

    They taste like Chicken. No lie.

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    December 12th, 2008 at 07:29pm
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    Balot. :cheese: It's a chick inside a boiled egg or something? :shifty
    head of a chicken.

    I think there's more but I can't remember. In our country, it's like normal for us to eat those things but I think it's exotic to other places.

    :XD
    ooh Balot yes. :XD It's been a while since I've eaten one. :shifty

    That's it. I guess. I've never eaten isaw or chicken head yet, not yet though. :lmfao
    December 13th, 2008 at 10:35am
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    when i was five. rocky mountain oysters. *bull testicles*
    yuck.
    December 25th, 2008 at 01:49am
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    We had an Indian festival, down here. This really hot guy with a butt flag handed us deer pies on a plate. IT WAS SO DISGUSTING.:shock:, but I wanted to tear off the hot guy's butt-flap Naughty

    Oh, and octopus, and some squid thing they were selling at a vendor in Times Square (don't ask why I trusted that) 8)
    December 26th, 2008 at 11:22pm
  • What's in a name?

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    I ate shark several years ago. x]
    Dad bought it and severed it as lunch to me and my brothers. :tehe:
    We all said it tasted good until he told us what it was. xD
    December 27th, 2008 at 02:30am
  • Dorian Gray

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    I had octopus in Greece a few years ago. It was like chewing rubber. :cheese:
    December 29th, 2008 at 07:08pm
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    I had frog legs at a seaside restaraunt.
    They tasted....like...off chicken.
    If that made sense. -_-
    January 11th, 2009 at 10:10pm
  • Akther

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    frog legs taste like chicken
    that sounds pretty awesome
    January 17th, 2009 at 07:45am
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    i wouldn't call these foods 'exotic', but i've tried:
    cow tongue, cow stomach, cow tendons, pig ears, pig intestines, pig liver, shark fin, jellyfish, chicken feet, squid, abalone.

    i've been told dogs taste like chicken and cats taste disgusting.
    January 17th, 2009 at 09:08am
  • Scrooge McDuck

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    I was once forced to eat jellied veal Cry
    That was seriously the most disgusting thing
    i've ever seen/eat. Sad
    January 17th, 2009 at 03:55pm
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    I've tried octopus and eel at Japanese places, they're both REALLY good.

    Other than that, I guess nothing. Lol.
    Octopus are v v tasty. Especially the tentacles.:yah
    January 18th, 2009 at 11:41am
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    Ew.
    The most exotic thing I've tasted was deer. I liked it until they said it was deer.

    I was so mad, I killed BAMBI!
    February 2nd, 2009 at 12:32am
  • garry way.

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    I was once forced to eat jellied veal Cry
    That was seriously the most disgusting thing
    i've ever seen/eat. Sad
    Jellied Veal.
    It even sounds disgusting. Yak
    February 7th, 2009 at 01:28pm
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    Stomach.
    Not sure what animal, but that's what it was.
    February 8th, 2009 at 05:22am
  • daisyfairy

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    OMG I was in France,
    And I thought it was a mushroom burger,
    Took one bite,
    And started crying,
    Right infront of everyone on the school trip.
    IT WAS HORSE!
    Cry

    Not the most exotic thing, but the worst.
    Me = veggie + meat = violently ill, no joke.
    omgno: :grr:
    February 9th, 2009 at 09:17pm