I think that the violent-sick reaction to food poisoning is enough to make most people think twice about certain foodstuffs.-Prawn mayonnaise sandwiches do that for me.
-But if I am the one to prepare the prawns then I'm happy. Similarly with mussels. Eating raw oysters is a bit like playing Russian roulette. They are massively over-rated too. I will also go out of my way to avoid eating in a Macdonalds or a Little Chef.
But foods that frighten me? Sorry, I just don't get the concept. It's like a child asking me what's my favourite number or favourite colour. I see numbers and colours. I wouldn't choose a yellow car, but then again I'd be suspicious of a blue daffodil.
POO CAKE FROM IKEA??!!
i'll eat pretty much anything, however I tried "Balut" in the Philippines, i dont think i'd eat that again,
They had that in Vietnam and often sold them on the trains. I sat next to someone who was eating one. *Shudders*
Balut - I had to look that one up . While doing so, I found this
I like the sound of the ant eggs. I missed out on ant egg soup when I went to Laos but didn't see it on a menu anywhere.
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