Who knows, might be really tasty too.
Have you ever heard about the urban legend about Soviet Union Olympic athletes, whose travel bugets were supposedly extremely tight? The story goes, that their “official” instructions were to buy dog food to eat, as it is relatively rich in proteins and calories.
Well, Soviet Union is part of the past, but there still seems to be some human interest in eating dog food. At least there is a product available, which looks like dog food, but is in fact meant for humans to eat. The meal consists of crunchy cookie cibbles with nuts, and as a bonus there’s even a candy bone to chew on as a dessert. How lovely!
Available from stupid.com for $1,49 per portion
A Swiss restaurand n the exclsive Winterthur resort introduced recently a new menu, which has a list of special disheds containing at least 75% of human breast milk. These spe4cialities contain such meals as meat stew and soup.
So, if you think you “quit the habit” too hastly, now is your chance to get back the lost “nutritions”
What would be the most discusting substance you could imagine flavouring your wine with? Well, I’m sure baby mice would not come too far off?
Baby mice wine is a traditional Korean health drink, which is brewed by drowning alive baby mice, maximum three days old, in rice moonshine and letting them to ferment in the bottle for about a year. According to local Korean belief, mouse wine is a cure to just about any illness imaginable, includin asthma and liver problems among others.
If mice wine does not do the trick for you, do not forget to try out the Cobra Schnaps we reported on a few days ago!
If you have to cook and eat bat soup, couldn’t you then at least chop the bat in pieves before serving it? Well – suppose that it would spoil the whole tourist scaring effect.
Bat soup as pictured is a local speciality served at the Palau islands located in the pacific ocean. Be sure to try it out, should you ever travel across (if you have the stomach – that is.)