6 Rotten Foods People Are Eating Around The World


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If you thought mashakura was bad, then you clearly haven’t seen or tasted these rotten foods. For some people around the world, these are delicacies that cannot be passed up. Would you eat these rotten foods if given a chance? Take a look and see if you could travel to these places to try them out.

 

Casu Marzu, Italy

6 Rotten Foods People Are Eating Around The World

Courtesy: All That’s Interesting

 

The name of this delicacy literally translates to ‘rotten cheese’. Between that and the fact that live maggots live within the cheese and help with the fermentation process, it’s not hard to see why it’s on the rotten foods list. Furthermore, the cheese is supposed to be eaten while the maggots are still alive, so enjoy!

 

 

Hákarl, Iceland

6 Rotten Foods People Are Eating Around The World

Courtesy: Ha Food Tours

 

As far as rotten foods go, this one’s pretty tame considering. It’s made by gutting a shark then putting it in a hole in the sand for 6-12 weeks. In addition, it’s then dug up and left hanging for several months before it’s eaten. Tasty? Be the judge!

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