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Canned Bird's Nest DrinkThe Chinese have served bird's nest soup, considered a delicacy, for hundreds of years. It's made using the nests of swiftlets, or cave swifts. The nests are collected by hunters on precariously tall ladders and then dissolved into soup. Said to stimulate cell growth, raise libido and boost the immune system, these edible abodes are among the most expensive animal-food products consumed; They are rare, difficult to harvest and require a labor-intensive cleaning process. Don't feel like dropping the coin to get a taste of the cure-all nectar? Pop a tab on the canned bird's nest drink, and get your vitamins on the go.

Arctic Delight — Reindeer PatéWhile this is probably the most palatable food on our list, we include it for the wrongness factor: "Mommy, why is daddy eating puréed Rudolph?" Here's the upside to snacking on Santa's Little Helper -- because the reindeer are farm-raised by Sami herdsmen in Sweden on a simple diet of moss and lichen, your dinner delicacy is delightfully hormone-free. Not to mention, this other red meat is incredibly lean, clocking in at a mere 2 percent fat content, making it one of the least-fatty meats in your cart. As an added bonus, there's no such thing as mad reindeer disease.

For Emergency Use Only — Sue's Canned Whole ChickenCanned meats generally don't put a rumbly in our tumbly, but in a pinch, perhaps in the event of a major cataclysm, we'd throw down with some Vienna Sausages. However, this canned chicken takes the canned-meat cake. The impossibly tiny chicken crammed into this 50-ounce can slides out with a generous portion of gelatinous goop, or rather, "delicious gravy."

Afternoon Delight — Silkworm PupaeLiterally meaning pupa or chrysalis, beondegi are popular Korean street snacks, often dished out by the cupful to eager passers-by. The stewed and seasoned silkworm treats come highly recommended as bar bites. Next time you crave a quick mouthful on the go, grab a can of these crunchy chrysalises.

Forbidden Fruit — DurianDurian fruit is a popular ingredient in its native Southeast Asia. It's chock full of nutrients and minerals, and found in everything from soup to ice cream. The catch? It smells absolutely awful.
While the custard-like texture of the fruit's edible interior is noted for its creamy, almond-sweet flesh, the scent is anything but. Its nauseating bouquet includes hints of rotten fish, fermented onions, overripe cheese and unwashed socks. The durian's smell attracts hungry animals eager to devour the produce (effective for seed dispersion) but repels humans. Because of its stench, the fruit is commonly forbidden on airplanes, buses and subways.
The seasonal fruit is highly prized and expensive in Asia, but a rare find in the United States, although a quick scan at a local Asian market is likely to turn up a can or two.

Slippery When Wet — Jellied EelsNot much comes to mind when we hear the phrase "fine English cuisine," and jellied eels are a prime example of why this is the case. Caught from the murky depths of the Thames River estuary, boiled with salt and pimentos, set in gelatin and then served with a dash of chili vinegar, each bite is a gooey challenge for the average palate. The traditional dish originated in London's East End and is rumored to date back to a culinary dark age before its better-known (and more-appetizing) cousin, fish 'n' chips, had been created.

Canned HaggisClassic Scottish haggis has several variations, but a common cooking method involves stuffing oatmeal, onions, seasonings and a mixture of minced organ meats (think heart, liver, lungs) into the stomach of a sheep. That succulent sausage concoction is then simmered in water for several hours to produce the traditional treat. Pick up a couple of cans for a rainy day, and don't forget the neeps and tatties!

Tasty Tonic — Bottled BalutSure, it's not in a can, but bottled balut deserves a spot on our list based on the Fear Factor-esque motivation required to polish off a helping of these puppies -- uh, make that duckies. A popular Filipino street snack, balut is a boiled three-week-old fertilized duck egg, eaten straight out of the shell.

Corn 'shroomsCorn 'shrooms (huitlacoche or cuitlachoe) are the product of a corn disease, caused by a plant parasite that attacks crops. The pathogen causes kernels to swell as much as 10 times in size, distort, and darken in color as they bloat with spores from the infectious fungus.

Bustin' Out — SurströmmingHow do you know when your surströmming (soured herring) is ready to be devoured? When the cans bulge around the middle, an effect caused by a gassy, bacterial byproduct of its lengthy fermenting process.
To prepare this traditional Swedish meal, herring from the Baltic Sea are gutted and tinned in brine, then stored somewhere (preferably warm) for several months. Its pungent aroma makes dining alfresco an absolute must. Locals recommend opening the can under water whenever possible to contain the tantalizing odor of rotten egg, rancid butter and vinegar that results from the fermentation process.

111 comments so far.

  1. Anonymous October 30, 2007 at 10:07 AM
    yeeha, whats for dinner? YUK!
  2. Anonymous October 30, 2007 at 11:44 AM
    Nice stealing silkworm pupae pics from The Sneeze.
  3. Anonymous November 1, 2007 at 5:14 AM
    where is the grass jelly??
  4. Anonymous November 1, 2007 at 8:39 AM
    First i wan't to say that that was a nice post, and it inspired me to write a little about my own experience.I'm an Icelander, and i've eaten some of our more weird meals, and every icelander has at least eaten on of these. A sheeps head, first cut off and all hair is roasted of with a blowtorch, and then the head is boiled. Some people eat the brain and eyes, but i just eat the meat. I have also eaten shark, and didn't like it. The custom is to eat rotten shark because of that some of the unedible meat becomes edible. im not sure if mine was rotten. I've also eaten a sheeps stomach stuffed with some grinded intestines, and also a shheps stomach filled with something called blóðmör, which implies that the black stuff is blood. And most everybody i know eat dried fish, which is nothing gross because most countries make it. I hope someone is going to enjoy this comment.
  5. SexyMonica November 1, 2007 at 10:01 AM
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  6. Anonymous November 2, 2007 at 1:25 AM
    thats strange and weird..
  7. Anonymous November 2, 2007 at 4:50 PM
    i´m from iceland too. My favorite meal that is only eaten in january is shark, sheeps heads and dried fish. Some thing every icelander should eat. here is a picture of sheeps head
    its eaten like that. We also eat hrútspung, male sheep balls.
  8. Neagle November 4, 2007 at 8:17 AM
    When I was a younger chef I saw Durian fruit frozen in our local Asian markets and wondered what this strange/cool spiny fruit tasted like. Well I did take it home prepped it, tasted it then, proceeded to throw it away in a double bagged trash bag.

    Thanks for the great post!
  9. Anonymous November 4, 2007 at 1:35 PM
    I think im gonna throw-up!
  10. Anonymous November 4, 2007 at 1:55 PM
    ive eaten some of these and know some others
    durian isn't as bad smelling as they described it
    it doesnt smell like socks or whatever
    its great, you should try it
  11. Anonymous November 4, 2007 at 2:06 PM
    Surstromming is delicious, pretty much the same thing as lutafisk but tangier
  12. Anonymous November 4, 2007 at 3:30 PM
    I'm not hungry anymore...
  13. Anonymous November 4, 2007 at 4:24 PM
    I think i feel my dinner coming back to haunt me.....
  14. Anonymous November 4, 2007 at 4:51 PM
    I'd like to try some of this stuff.... seriously
  15. Anonymous November 4, 2007 at 6:40 PM
    I like durian,you should try it!
    Why do people murder animals just to eat them?
  16. Anonymous November 4, 2007 at 7:58 PM
    very nice post i love reading about wierd things like this, lol i want to try some of this stuff now. america doesnt have stuff like this from what ive seen :(
  17. Anonymous November 4, 2007 at 8:42 PM
    ok... DURIAN is the BOMB!!!

    I dunno wassup man... the smell doesn't phase me at all, it doesn't smell the least bit awful to me...the only time i can't stand it is when it's artificially made durian flavor products...yea those are horrible. However fresh durian doesn't phase me or my family members at all. My friends can't seem to handle it though and they are Asian.... hmmm.... weird.

    Yea you can find them frozen and imported from Asia in various Asian super markets.
  18. Anonymous November 5, 2007 at 1:47 AM
    Bird's nest is actually cave swift's saliva. They make nests out of solidified saliva. So its not exactly nests which gives people the impression of twigs and whatnots.
  19. Martin from Sweden November 5, 2007 at 3:27 AM
    A can of surströmming is opened under water because the fermentation is likely to cause a cascade of smelly juice. Fill up the sink with water, tilt the can sideways and it's safe to open. Also, it's not supposed to be stored warm, as that will cause the fish to rot rather than be fermented. And it doesn't smell that bad once you are past the shock that anything can smell so much.
  20. Anonymous November 5, 2007 at 8:49 AM
  21. Anonymous November 5, 2007 at 6:16 PM
    When I was in Japan, several years ago, I wandered into a small restaurant and proceeded to order a dish that was displayed in the window. It looked like rice noodles on a bed of lettuce.
    The dish was served cold and the noodles were crunchy.
    later found out that I had eaten live baby eels. They are kept cold so they won't move on the plate.
    The giveaway was the small black dot at one end of the "noodle. That's the eel's eye.

  22. Chichak November 5, 2007 at 8:38 PM
    Great site and sure to be able to be built on. I'm waiting for tinned prairie oysters, freshly tinned monkey brains (from a live one), tinned roasted grasshoppers, chocolate covered ants among others.

    There is a possibility in sea cucumbers, pufferfish and lots of other acquatic things. Oh ya, how about camel eyes?

    Us North Americaners have such a small repertoire of goodies and then we mock cultures which appreciate lots of other things.

    I almost forget those fermented Norwegian fish - can't remember the name. The restaurant smelled awful (to me).
  23. Lakota man November 5, 2007 at 9:31 PM
    I like all the sheep cow and pig ball's. They are the best when you cut them off then toss them in a branding fire till they pop ,then they are ready to eat. Or you can roll them in flower or corn meal and fry them
  24. William November 5, 2007 at 10:23 PM
    Jellied eels - you either love'm or hate'm!

    I love'm!

    Not that common here in the UK anymore so they're relatively expensive (but then so is all fish). I had a bowl (washing-up bowl size) of them made for my wedding reception which surprised the guests!

    If you come across them you must try them but beware! In each piece you will find bone - the eel's spine - so suck the flesh off first then discard the bone before you start to chew/swallow. And don't forget the jelly!

    Season with a drop of vinegar and pepper first.

    In my opinion they're superior to caviar.
  25. David November 6, 2007 at 6:09 AM
    For the "YUKS!" moans and groans in the crowd I wonder how may of you have ordered snails in garlic butter at your favorite restaurant? Insects simmered in bovine lactate, chrysalis is sauce, and the difference is? As for minced, spiced organs stuffed in sheep stomach, who among us hasn't eaten pig's organs minced and spiced and stuffed into something even further down the digestive track (I like mine with chicken embryo beatten with a fork and cooked in some of that bovine lactate). I have to admit, the Icelanders do have a broader pallet than mine but I try to keep an open mind. To the Icelanders: I'm from Florida, USA, and I used to regularly grill shark. I have since quit buying shark because it has been over fished. It's a lot like Tuna when it's fresh.
  26. Anonymous November 6, 2007 at 9:45 AM
    Some years ago in Singapore on a business trip, we hired a guide for the day. Among the stops was a produce market way outside town. He made it a point to stop at a stand to experience the aroma of a certain fruit. He said "it tastes like heaven, but smells like hell". He was right about the smell!
  27. Anonymous November 6, 2007 at 3:24 PM
    Fermented Norwegian fish is called Rakfisk. It is basically fresh water fish, related to trout, wich is layered with salt and sugar and left in a cool place to ferment for a few months. It is a in-land dish, and is traditionally eaten around Christmastime. However, if the "rotting" process goes wrong, you end up with the same bacteria botox is created from, in other words, not very safe.
    I can't eat it, or stand the taste, but i know many people that loves it.
    It is eaten with flat bread or a potato tortilla, potatoes, pickled beets and onions, and a healthy dose of beer and potato liquor to kill any germs.
  28. Anonymous November 6, 2007 at 6:01 PM
    I have lived about the world as a missionary and had to eat my fill of unusual dishes!. In Singapore Durians are not too expensive, but you can tell where they are being sold by the smell (Phew! rotten eggs and sweaty socks and trainers left in a locker during a prolonged heatwave come to mind!). But it tastes quite lovely, like a sweet creamy cheese. Now go to a town I lived in called Sint Niklaas,in Belgium where frogs legs and snails aren't unusual snacks, and roast horse meat is a nice sandwich filler (yum yum seriously!). Their local specialty is Rat, you heard me RAT!. Not your common or garden variety but a specially bred guinea rat, baked and stuffed. Had to have one with a family once, once only Thank God.
  29. Anonymous November 6, 2007 at 8:28 PM
    I've had a drink made from moss that was a product of Ireland. It was creamy and thick. It didn't taste horrible, but I wouldn't buy it again.

    I found it in a big chain grocery store in Canada - possibly Dominion. It was under the specialty/ethnic sauce and drink aisle.
  30. Dave November 6, 2007 at 8:57 PM
    Hey, same guy who just posted about the moss drink. I also wanted to drop my two cents about durians.

    Now I knew well in advance about the reputation Durians had for emanating an unbelievably nasty funk, as well as read some hilarious stories involving it. Needless to say my interest was piqued and I really wanted to try one.

    Well that dream came true one day when my brother who for reasons unknown wandered in huge asian supermarket called T&T where he found whole raw durians. They were kept in the refrigerated section for obvious reasons.

    I have heard descriptions of the durian stink that ranged from rancid flesh, to raw sewage. Well refrigeration is clearly very effective at combating the smell because the fruit actually smelled pretty decent.

    The taste was very interesting. Sweet and sorta nutty. The edible parts are basically sacks of what looks like custard with a large pit inside each one. I had it chilled and it was easy to forget that I was eating a raw fruit and not some kind of prepared desert. I would definitely have it again.

    If anyone is interested in checking out food you wouldn't see at your average grocery store, the T&T supermarket is in Mississauga, about a ten minute drive from the Square One mall. Sorry I can't be anymore specific than that.
  31. Anonymous November 7, 2007 at 12:58 PM
    to add some facts about surströmming, the fish smells so bad that some (old, surströmming is not so common anymore) restaurants have special balconys for people who order surströmming
  32. Chichak November 7, 2007 at 2:07 PM
    Well Dave, T & T originated in Vancouver so there are plenty out there. There are also plenty of Chinese/Vietnamese stores in Vancouver, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal that I'm aware of which sell durian. I'm sure they are available in any US city which has a largish asian population.

    I first ran across durians in East Malaysia 35 years ago where I was living as a volunteer. Being isolated in the jungle, I didn't get to know them until riding with a friend who made the landrover stop as he immediately knew we had passed a lorry (truck) carrying fresh durians.

    All hotels had signs in each room warning that if durians were present in the room, the occupants would be kicked out. All airlines also had dire warnings about trying to carry them on.

    After a few tries, I got to like them however, the season is short, about 3-4 weeks, so they were not available most of the time.

    The current durians are bred for a low smell quality and are also frozen ripe for export from wherever they come from, probably China. You can also look for durian cake (jelly-like) and durian ice-cream. I've also seen a durian drink in a can on the local asian supermarket shelves.

    Thus endeth the lesson on durian. See a wiki or google search for more info.
  33. Wulf November 7, 2007 at 3:01 PM
    Having spent over 20 years in the military I have been to several different countries. I learned to overcome my American food prejudices to simply try stuff that looked or smelled good and ask what it was after the fact.

    One thing people haven't mentioned is traditional kimchi. For those who aren't familiar with this the Koreans basically layer cabbage, salt and red pepper, put it in clay kimchi pots and bury it for a couple months. When I was in Korea the smell permeated the countryside. It really is good (much better than boiled cabbage) although you have to be careful as some is very spicy. Now there are many variants with different spices and vegetables.
  34. ZZMike November 7, 2007 at 4:20 PM
    "Premium Haggis"? Thre seems to be some contradiction there.

    One of the milder forms of "questionable" food is something the Australians call Vegemite (in England, Marmite), a sort of yeast paste with a revolting taste. Unfortunately, it's chock-full of nutrients (the Australians give it to their astronaut chaps to sustain them if they have to stay out there forever).

    Thre are a lot of Japanese markets near us. Naming things is not something to take on lightly - one popular canned drink is named "Pokari Sweat" - evidently sorta like Gatorade. And the name seems to be deliberately chosen. (You can find photos online.)

    The bottom line seems to be, there's almost nothing organic that people won't eat.

    I still wonder, though, how the first guy discovered that you could eat clams. Or the guy who discovered that you could eat certain kinds of tubers, but if you didn't cook them, they'd kill you.

    Is rakfisk the same as lutefisk?
  35. Chichak November 7, 2007 at 6:47 PM
    Thanks ZZMike,

    That lutefisk was the name I was looking for. I don't know if ratfisk is the same but they didn't make the people in my restaurant go outside and I wish they had.

    I agree with you as I often wonder how folks found out stuff like what to eat but after it had been boiled and drained and possibly neutralized with something else.

    I was reading an article about organic medicine ie. indigenous "medicine". There is one "cure" for among other things, chronic backpain.

    Apparently, they take the roots of a vine and pound them up and boil them. Then they take the fresh leaves of another plant and combine them with the root paste and then cool the whole thing down.

    They did this for a researcher with chronic back pain for years. They told him he would feel freezing cold for 5 or so hours and then would fall into a sleep from utter fatigue. When he woke up he would be cured. It worked. Now tell me how they found all this out without killing off all their small tribe?

    How did the Arabs learn about eye surgery and brain surgery? Can't kill too many people without spoiling your reputation.

    Can't offer people too many dangerous foods without losing your reputation and probably your life. Just like the sushi chefs who cut out the poisonous organs of the pufferfish and then making sashimi.

    Hmmmmm... Does our modern society just not get it. You mentioned organic stuff. What about inorganic stuff like that substitute for fat and sweeteners and artificial flavors?
  36. Fadzli November 9, 2007 at 6:26 AM
    [Durian]Greetings!! I'm from Malaysia and as a true aficionado af the "King of Fruits" (as we call it back here) i really do think there seems to be a lot of stigma surounding the magnificient fruit.

    Yes,i agree Westerners would be disgusted at just the sight of it. But rest assured,that it's very delicious.

    Go here to witness a durian feast>>
  37. Mr. Name November 15, 2007 at 9:00 AM
    I like real haggis, but canned haggis just sounds horrible.
  38. Anonymous November 17, 2007 at 10:25 AM
    lol I'm chinese and my parents drink that birds nest stuff... and they make a sort of soupy dessert out of it w/ cocoanut milk... It's weird tasting, but my parents say that the birds make their nests out of their spit.. so basically its bird spit. Yeah... I'm not eating that.
    And that durian? Smells like crap, but actually doesnt taste that bad...Just thought you guys should know.
  39. Anonymous February 7, 2008 at 12:56 PM
    you want to now somthing funny?
    the picture of the Surströmming are from the brand Oskars Surströmming, that was elected as the best Surströmming in Sweden by the local newspaper in the town Söderhamn, söderhamnskuriren.
    I've heard that it taste really good and, because that i am from Sweden, i have the posibillity to taste it in the traditional way, on thin bread (Tunnbröd) with sour cream and red onions.
    also, What do you have against eating reindeer? It tastes REALLY good!
  40. Anonymous February 19, 2008 at 6:56 PM
    i'd rather eat my own vomit!!
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  42. Filiep March 25, 2009 at 6:33 AM
    I'm a Flamish Belgian living on Crete and I'm just back from a visit to Sweden.
    Folks, let me tell you, Oskars surstromming is truly delicious in taste, but, it puts a hurt on your nose for sure.
  43. Cooper Powell August 28, 2010 at 7:14 AM
    my relatives on my mom's side of the family tried to make me eat it. i think i had the same problem at the time i heard it was bird spit. but for the sake of health, I am now taking it regularly.

    btw, i don't buy the super-expensive kind like old people do. the ready-to-drink kind at the stores are pretty affordable. (e.g.
  44. Anonymous May 13, 2011 at 6:59 PM
    swedish surstromming(fermented fish) was the worst i have ever tasted but a lot of swedes don't like it either. american pickled pig lips are quite disgusting but only red necks like them. korean beondegi also had a quite weird taste but majority of korean people haven't even seen them since 80s, unlike what the post says. when i went to turkey, turks told me that the best food in turkey is sheep's eyeballs but the turks i've met in london all hate them.
    yeh, there are some really weird foods in every country in the world but so what?
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