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Discussion in 'Jamii Photos' started by MziziMkavu, Oct 23, 2011.

  1. MziziMkavu

    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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    The World's Scariest Foods


    Ever had "pinkies" for lunch? How about rotten, larvae-infested cheese? Food & Wine gathered some of the scariest foods that grace menus, snack carts, and kitchen tables across the globe. Have you ever tried one of these dishes?







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    [TD]A palm-sized species of black tarantula known as "a-ping" is a well-known culinary specialty of Skuon, a small Cambodian village north of Phnom Penh. The rural area is sometimes called "spiderville" for the street vendors selling heaping trays of whole arachnids, which are bred in underground lairs and fried with garlic, sugar, spices, and salt until their legs are crispy and their bodies turn a dusky red.[/TD]
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    The Chinese cover raw eggs - duck, chicken, and sometimes quail - with a mix of clay, ash, quicklime, salt, and straw and let them sit for weeks or months to cure. The yolks turn deep green and soften; the whites disintegrate into a transparent amber jelly. Reeking of sulfur, they're served with silkentofu or pork, scallions, and ginger, in the rice porridge known as congee, or simply as part of a banquet platter of cold finger foods.


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    Hawa ni Panya weupe waliozaliwa wamesha kaangwa vizuri wanauzwa madukani huko china,Taiwan,Thailand, vietnam,Cambodia,philipino, na japan eehhh kasheshe kweli Asia.

    In some parts of Asia, newborn mice and rats - sometimes called "pinkies" - are eaten whole, either crispy fried or grilled, such as the way author Jerry Hopkins samples them in his 2004 book Extreme Cuisine (Periplus Editions). Hopkins had them like spring rolls: with a traditional Vietnamese dipping sauce of ginger, garlic, chilies, cilantro, fish sauce, and rice vinegar.



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    Also known as Sardinian maggot cheese, these pungent rounds are made from the sheep's milk cheese called pecorino. Available only on the black market, they're allowed to reach an advanced stage of fermentation, becoming soft, wet, and covered with larvae from the cheese fly. (Casu marzu means "rotten cheese" in Sardinian.) Some diners are said to clear the cheese of larvae before eating it; others consume the stinking cheese as-is.
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    Wa Mexico wanakula wale funza wanaoanguka kwenye Mti wa muembe wakati wa Mvua kasheshe kweli dunia yetu hiii


    In Mexico, black ant eggs are called "insect caviar." For centuries, they've been harvested from the insect's underground nests on agave and maguey plant roots, then boiled, cooked in creamy soups, simmered in tomato sauce, or served with guacamole and tortillas. Those who enjoy escamoles say they're creamy like cottage cheese, with a buttery, nutty flavor.
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    hii ya 3 hao ni panya wachanga!!! dahh!!
     
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    Duh kweli tembea uone
     
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    asee umenikata moto mkuu
    duuuu msosi leo haupiti tena
     
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    Kwa population ya China plus India bila kutafuna hao wadudu, mimea na kila kitu kitambaacho kwa sasa wangekuwa wanatafunana wenyewe kwa wenyewe. Anyway its just a matter of time the world will run out of food na hao wadudu watakuwa wanalika kila kona kabla ya kupotea kabisa. Statistics zinaonesha future inatisha kama tukiendelea kuongezeka kwa speed hii hii!
     
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    Shida ndo zinazowasumbua
     
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    hiyo pizza ya funza safi sana, nimetamani...
     
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    Chalumbile murungu cha kumemena! = alichokiumba mungu kinafaa kuliwa
     
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