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There are some interesting foods from all over the world. We have pie floaters in Australia--a pie floating in a sea of peas--there's a cheese that comes with its own maggots in Italy, blood jelly in Thailand, or fermented fish in Scandinavia.

What's the strangest food you've ever eaten? Would you eat it again?

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''Broken Glass''.

A dessert, with all different coloured jelly, set in a lovely white mixture.
It is set for good few hours.
YUM! I really like it.
Yeah - haven't done anything bazaar! Have had ostrich burger though! I would have that again!
My cooking is always a bit of an experiment, so I'd have to say my own dishes ... they never quite turn out the way the picture shows in the cookbook.
I don't really see foods any food as strange, as I seem to love almost everything -the only one I will not try is brains. I would probably also not try the cheese with maggots either.

Different cultures eat different foods, which may be strange to us however in their country of origin, I guess they are not strange!
by Finy
Hello Finy!
Have you not tried either Poached Brains or had them as Crumbed Brains? Have eaten either all my life, as well as Lambs' Fry & Bacon. Enjoy Haggis, once a year!
by donjo
I had Snails in Paris:) Snails with garlic butter...yum while it lasted but will not do that again!
Oh! I DO love snails in garlic butter!
If I go to a French Restaurant, with a 'proper' French Chef, will have three Entrees' only.........

French Onion Soup, then Escargots', then Poached Brains!
Heavenly bliss to me!
by donjo
I usually play it safe when it comes to food, but I guess the strangest is crocodile. Also, I had snails once in France - once is enough.
My friend and I used to camp in my parents' garden, and we would have hot chocolate before bed. Into which we would drop cubes of cheddar cheese. Neither food is very unusual in isolation, but together they are a bit more peculiar.
Probably Clam Meat.
Was in TPNG 1965, & brought small clam out of sea, took out meat & cooked it on open fire, then & there. It was good to eat!

Have also eaten Crocodile & Buffalo Steaks, in NT, on my travels'.
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