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If you went to Cambodia, you'd find fried tarantulas. Would you try them?
If you went to China, you'd encounter birds' nest soup, which is predominantly made of birds' saliva. Would you try it?
If you went to the Phillipines, you'd find balut, which is basically a fertilized egg with the chicken fetus inside it. Would you try it?
In Sardinia, you'd find casu marzu, which is cheese that has insect larvae (including maggots) inside it. Would you try it?
If you went to Korea, you'd find live octopus. Would you try it?
If you went to Indonesia, you'd find kopi luwak, which is a type of coffee made from the waste of an Indonesian cat who has eaten coffee beans. Would you try it?
If you went to Vietnam, you'd find snake wine, which is a bottle of wine with a venomous snake inside it (the poison and blood is dissolved in the wine). Would you try it?
If you went to Mexico, you'd find escamole, which is made from ant larvae. Would
If you went to Iceland, you'd find hakarl, which is fermented basking shark. Would you try it?
If you went to western America, you'd find Rocky Mountain oysters, which aren't oyster at all, but rather bull testicles. Would you try them?
If you went to Scotland, you'd encounter haggis, which is a pudding-type dish made from sheep organs. Would you try it?
If you went to Russia, you'd encounter salmon roe, which is made up of female salmon's ovaries. Would you try it?
If you went to Japan, you'd find tuna eyeballs. Would you try them?
If you went to Peru, you'd find cuy bien, which is roasted guinea pig. Would you try it?
If you went to Southern Africa, you'd find an entire goat head, ready to eat. Would you try it?