Around the world there are loads of different and strange foods, but here are just 10 that you’re unlikely to see in your local supermarket!
How do you like your eggs in the morning? How about with a fertilised duck embryo! Balut is a popular dish in South East Asia especially in the Philippines, where eggs can range from being 17 days into development to 21 days, just long enough to get a good crunch from the beak
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6. Casu Marzu
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A Japanese dish, and a real delicacy. Fugu is so poisonous that chefs go through years of training in order to prepare the pufferfish properly. The final exam? They have to eat the fish they prepared. Laws strictly control how and where fugu is made, but that hasn't stopped some households attempting to make it themselves, with fatal consequences.
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