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The very idea of eating blood seems kind of impossible because blood tends to come in liquid form most of the time, but it’s actually not half bad.
It’s got a salty and ever so mildly metallic taste, creating a culinary experience not unlike tasting your own blood after being punched in the face.
One of the top tourism draws around much of Asia is all the adventurous eating.
The excreted beans are then (presumably) washed and sold to coffee snobs for outrageous sums of money.
General consensus is that the coffee brewed from these beans tastes kind of nasty and there’s even an argument to be made that the vast majority of Kopi Luwak is fake, which is even more reason to avoid it.
Century Egg The Chinese century egg is a normal egg left sitting in brine for a couple of months, turning all gelatinous and black in the process. We don’t know why that’s supposed to be a good thing.
Chicken Feet A street vendor food enjoyed throughout East Asia, there’s nothing inherently offensive about chicken feet; they’re even enjoyed in parts of the American south.
Ant Egg Soup Available in several East Asian countries like Vietnam, ant eggs are supposedly similar to caviar in a lot of ways, in that they pop in your mouth.