I know you think these are deep fried baby aliens but actually these are “kabog”, or deep fried bat. A real treat in the Philippines. They taste just like balut which you’ll have the pleasure of seeing at the bottom
Both Restaurants in a Taiwan village display hairless rat carcasses in their kitchen windows before chopping off the heads and throwing the pint-sized bodies and tails into pots. Both restaurants are full at meal times as the rat race for gnawing customers reaches fever pitch. Ã¢â‚¬Å“Most people who come in here at first have a psychological barrier, but once they take a bite, they donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t mind.Ã¢â‚¬Â The rats grow up on crops from fields surrounding the village of Lucao in Chiayi county – which means they are not dirty rats from sewers.
The funny thing is while you guys are thinking how nasty it would be to eat rat, all I can think about is how hard it would be to defur these damn things.
Penis: Any and All
Thought it was only a delicacy for Jenna Jameson? All over the world people eat all different animal’s members. The boiled bull penis pictured above is a favorite. If bull is not your thing. you have a choice in some restaurants like the one above. I’m not sure what the fuzzy one is but it’s going to tickle on the way down.
Balut: Eggs with Legs
A Half-hatched chicken egg. A balut is a fifteen- or sixteen-day fertilized chicken egg. Open an egg and pop a sixteen-day-old incomplete chicken fetus into your mouth, complete with partially formed feathers, feet, eyeballs, and blood vessels showing through the translucent skin of the chick. The only think nastier than this…
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