Reptile wins. He did ate it, there’s no question about it but gracefully declared it was the “worst mean of my life”. You take a dead seal and turn it inside up to form a cavity. They're actually a delicacy, and once you get past the fact that you're eating reproductive organs, they're surprisingly flavorful. Urumiit, the inuit name for the bird’s droppings, is collected in winter when it’s dry because in summer it’s all gooey and unpleasant. The entire fermentation process requires only 7 to 10 days so it was easy to replenish. Sometimes it's delicious. Because of its consistency, one bite of the crunchy, slimy square -- oh yeah, it's cut into squares because how can you fold a cracker? The best season to find it if you plan to visit Japan is in winter from December through February. Sometimes it was mixed with ptarmigan meat or blood. Even the grace of pizza can't ease their alien appearance. These things are like that really ugly kid from high school who turned out to be a demon in the sack. Ranchers from Canada braise them in a savory demi-glace and call the dish Prairie Oysters. Some have gross names that belie their tastiness. But there's an unmistakable mushiness that makes it hard to escape the reality that you've gone full-zombie. And everywhere in between, you'll probably run across some dude in a camo hat selling venison chili, possum jerky, whitefish dip, or God knows what else he killed with his 10-year-old son and gutted on the spot. Stuffed Seal- Kiviak. They're not winning any beauty contests, though. By freezing a slab of butter and wrapping it in biscuit dough, the dairy melts into the dough as it enters the fryer, creating a taste similar to the butteriest piece of toast you've ever had. Sounds appealing? But there IS a certain byproduct of cooking lobster that most assuredly qualifies, and it is called tomalley, which you probably know simply as "that gross mushy green stuff." If there's one area in which Vermonters take their love of all things local, organic, and nauseatingly farm-to-table too damn far, it's drinking unpasteurized baby sustenance from a wrinkled cow udder. In its unsliced form, it looks like a hot dog stuffed with helium, a Goodyear blimp of meat. Yuck The top of the sheep cheese block is removed like a lid so that flies lay eggs inside. Trying a bit too hard? But the texture (and flavor) of concrete pebbles -- and the chipped filling -- is something we need like buckshot in the back of the head. But hey, if you love them, there's nothing wrong with that. When you add the word "slippery" in front of any food, it instantly becomes unappetizing. Listen, we're all for getting back to Mother Nature, man. Which is a shame because… actually, no. ... That's like saying you like tuna... 3. They had to experiment with different cuts of meat and found a new purpose for the testicles of young bulls that were removed to prevent aggressive behavior. Where else will you see a scoop of expensive caviar laying next to a soft taco partially covered in marinara sauce from the spaghetti next to it. They’re bull testicles. ” Peter Menzel. Look, you're actually down here. Technically, ambrosia may be the nectar of the Greek gods, but even Zeus might think twice before sticking his lightning bolt into a bowl of this stuff. Believe it or not, one of my Palau photos just got published in “Ripley’s Believe or Not” #batsoup #womenphotographer #ripleysbelieveitornot #palau #travelphotography #yesiateit, A post shared by Allison Knight Images (@allison_knight_images) on Oct 3, 2018 at 10:17am PDT. Get 'em fried. It must be due to the crispy legs and exterior and the mushy interior of the abdomen that that not everyone enjoys. Than cook it at low heat and season with herbs and spices. Pieces of meat are let to chill in their own broth to a jellied delight and cut afterwards in thin slices. Let's just stick with the raw kale, Moonbeam. And even the long, rich Southern tradition of sticking them in a stew or serving them up solo alongside collard greens can't erase images like this. Piece of cake right? The finished cookie ought to have a mild sweet savory flavor, while the wasps themselves could be confused with burnt raisins but with a bitter, acidic note. Like North Carolina's livermush, it's meat cake (meat log? In some parts of England a boiled Black Pudding is consumed as a complete meal with bread or potatoes but in some other parts, Ireland including, a traditional full breakfast has fried or grilled slices. Root Beer. Cheers? and a cherry… tomato and you have yourself quite the dessert-looking food pile! We’ll find the most stinky eggs and will learn that one man’s waste is another’s delicacy; how inventive were people in the times with scarce food and that the saying “you’re eating shit” is very accurate.