Kooky-Chew is dog food for humans
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 […]Read More
Balut – a boiled duck embryo from Cambodia
Do you fancy eggs? me to – just prefer to eat them before the embryo inside has a peck an feathers. The people in Cambodia apparently think differently, as a duck-egg-delicacy called balut is a great treat loved by the locals. The trick of preparing balut is to let the the embryo inside the egg […]Read More
Japanese Wasp crackers
Time for all insect cracker lovers to head for Japan! A factory in in the Japanese city of Omachi has began the production on wasp crackers. Here’s what they say at the Reuters: “Jibachi senbei, or a digger wasp rice cracker, is held at a factory in Omachi town 200 km (124 miles) northwest of […]Read More
Bug eating party – a party that your friends will never forget!
Would you like to organize a party that your friends will never forget? If the aswer is yes, you should definitely have a look in to this Bug eating party boardgame. The bug eating party includes everything you need for organizing your own party of eating bugs. Here’s a quotation from the product description: “The […]Read More
Bug eating in Beijing
This video presents people eating all sort ofÂ strange culinary delights you can find from around the streets of Beijing, China. The finding include such as Scorpions on a stick, duck emryos on a stick, seahorses on a stick, starfish on a stick and pretty much everything else imaginable on a stick.Read More
In Nigeria, Locust are called the Desert shrimp
In Nigeria the resouceful locals have turned the annual disaster that the locust used to cause to the crops, to an annual banquet. After deep frying, The locust supposedly tastes pretty much like real shrimp. Source: news.bbc.co.ukRead More
Giant roasted ants
As they say anout Giant roasted ants: “Have them on toast or maybe a quick snack. These ants are giants compared to our native ants and actually have pea sized abdomens, so you will have to chew before you swallow. Harvested by Guane Indians in Columbia they are then toasted with salt in a mud […]Read More
Mouse brains or chestnuts?
Is it just me, or don’t you think that peeled chestnuts look pretty much like mouse brains as well?Read More