The use of some strange foods is common all over the world. In this article, we will introduce and review some strange foods that you may not believe are cooked and used.

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Mouse

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Eating mice can be very rewarding, but it is interesting to know that this food is a favorite of many Vietnamese, it is also spread on the Ivory Coast, Africa, where it is sold as a kind of fast food on the road.

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Fried spiders

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It was eaten in Cambodia during the famine, but it has become a habit so far.

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Monkey brain

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This food is eaten with a sharp object in China, South Asia and some parts of Africa immediately after cutting the monkey skull.

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Dog Soup

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A popular North Korean dish called “boshintang”, which means health soup, is secretly eaten in South Korea.

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Roasted rodentse

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This substance is eaten in Latin America, especially in the Andes, Peru, Bolivia and Colombia, and is one of the most popular foods there.

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Groundhog food

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Groundhog, called boodog in Mongolia, is meat that should be eaten in winter.

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Oak

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Snacks in the Philippines, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, consisting of an egg with an unborn fetus.

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Ant Egg Dish

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Put in a bowl of water and serve with fresh fish or cooked meat and vegetables in Laos, Asia.

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Goat embryosh

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In some countries, goats are roasted with their embryos before birth.

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Turtle soup

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It is one of the main dishes in China that its soft shell can be found in soup. The Chinese are very interested in eating this food and in fact this food is one of their favorite foods.

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snakes

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This food is mostly found in China, where it can be eaten fried, grilled or snake powder.

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Crocodile dish

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One of Kenya’s most famous dishes is crocodile, the taste of its meat is close to fish and it is somewhat chewy.

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Fried snakes

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 The food tastes like a frog’s foot among southerners in the United States.

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Insect candys

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In the case of exotic sweets, there are countries such as Japan, the Netherlands and Vietnam that offer foods containing insects and frogs. Insect desserts include Crispy Hornet Biscuits, a crispy, bee-filled biscuit in Omachi, Japan..

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Cupcakes

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It spreads in the Netherlands because of the importance of proteins. Locust Dessert with Nutella: Locust is served with Nutella chocolate as a dessert.

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Chiracu

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This is a famous Japanese dish that includes the genitals of some animals.

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Goose and duck blood soup

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This dish known as “Kanh Teet” is one of the most famous dishes in Vietnam, which consists of goose or duck blood after cooling in the refrigerator and then served with herbs and peanuts.

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Molded eggs

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Popular in China, it is a food made from rotten eggs and stays in a mixture of clay, soil and lime for a long time until it turns black and is eaten.

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Boys ‘eggs, virgins

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In the People’s Republic of China, eggs are boiled in boys’ urine and are a seasonal food eaten in the spring.

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Buttermilk tunas

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This dish, which is usually served in Japan and China, is another exotic dish that may not suit everyone’s taste.

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Frogss

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 Frog meals are also popular in France, known as frog drinks and frog legs, which are cooked in a variety of ways.

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