MORE WEIRD THINGS THAT PEOPLE EAT
Added on: 4th Jan 2015
These terrors of the undergrowth make for quite a delicacy,
especially in places around Asia.
As unsightly as it may look, fermented soybeans are popular
in the country of their origin, Japan.
One thing to know about this “humble” fish is that it contains
enough toxins to kill an adult 30 times over, yet the Japanese
(who else?) consider it a delicacy.
They’re considered a treat in Taiwan.
At about $275 per pill, Citizen sells these to super rich people
so that they can actually swallow pure gold.
These cakes, made by Mervis Diamond Importers, have valuable
gems as a garnish, hence the price.
You may be thinking “What in the world?!” upon reading,
but rest assured that Po-Zu’s shoe polish is made from 100% coconut oil.
This food makes use of a tissue engineering technique in order to
grow cells into body-less parts of animals.