Iceberg Lettuce
Because this salad is distinguished from other similar vegetables that contains almost all the useful elements, including a large amount of folic acid, which the body needs for normal metabolism,…

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The fastest and light snacks
The fastest and snacks, of course, are salads fruits and vegetables, because, first, their preparation is spent much less time (no need to boil, simmer, fry, etc.) and, secondly, such…

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Exotic dishes that you will hardly decide to try it

About exotic cuisine, which dares to try not everyone is a foodie, we have already mentioned. Looks like it’s time to complement this list. Moreover, if the last time fried locusts could cause salivation among many, of today’s dishes for a true connoisseur, so if you have lunch or dinner, it is better to postpone the reading of the top for later.

Let’s start with the “Balut”. It is an Eastern dish of eggs, almost out of eggs. In the East generally like to use this product in all sorts of exotic species that the Europeans never dreamed of, in the tea stand, in the limestone. “Balut” is the embryo of a duckling who grew up in the egg. First, eggs are loaded in a special room in the form of the incubator where the eggs Mature until the Chicks won’t appear plumage. And then the delicacy is cooked in water and eat the contents. In Cambodia and Vietnam, this dish is considered a delicacy, Oh, no defenders of nature!

Another dish of Turkic origin, called “Pacha” . it may well be delicious, if you throw some preconceptions. It’s just boiled lamb’s head, cut up the head of the family. Unless someone can scare appearance. By the way, don’t be alarmed if the dish with a similar name will prompt you where nibud Turkey, there is “Pacha”, the same thing that “Hush”, that is, to brew a certain type of meat, like warm jelly and it’s not necessary that this meat will be the head. Continue reading

Unpleasant appetite

Chukotka and Greenland: the harp seal, stuffed seagulls

Northern dish civic is among the festive dishes of the eskimo food. It is made by decay in the permafrost. The recipe can cause a gag reflex: in gutted and headless seals fit 400 untreated sea birds — guillemots, “dish” bacon is sealed and placed in the ground under the press for a period from three months to a year and a half. On holiday, usually at Christmas, rotten corpse seal get out of the pit, take out the last fermentation of poultry carcasses, pluck and eat them raw. They say that the taste of celiac similar to a very old and pungent cheese.

Sardinia: cheese with maggots

Cheese with cheese fly larvae — a signature dish on the Italian island of Sardinia. The name “Marco KAFU” means “rotten cheese”, also italiancanadian his wormy. The product is made from Pecorino cheese that is deliberately left in the fresh air, so that cheese flies can lay their eggs. The army hatched larvae eat the cheese, decomposing the fats and thus giving it a smooth taste.

Ready cacu Marco should come crawling with worms and eaten with special caution: live maggots were swarming in the sticky mess, able to jump up to 15 cm. because Of this, when eating tourists are advised to either remove the white worms or to protect your eyes during the meal. Continue reading

The most unusual dishes of the world

If you now eat, we strongly recommend to postpone reading this article until later. The fact that we have collected for you a small list of the most terrifying, disgusting, but at the same time interesting and incredible dishes from around the world.

1. Fried tarantula, Cambodia

This Cambodian delicacy. Served with lime and black pepper.

2. Roasted Guinea pig, Peru

Guinea pigs are known to us as cute and adorable animals.

However, for the inhabitants of the Andes, Guinea pig is the only food. Their meat is very nutritious and contains a lot of protein.

As a rule, they served on the table fried with the head and limbs. Pigs do not contain much meat, their skin is quite tough. The taste of Guinea pigs resembles rabbit meat.

3. Rotten cheese, Sardinia

This is especially a delicacy of Sardinia, which is served on the table along with a warning from the Ministry of health. Most of the cheese contains larvae and is considered a real delicacy. Continue reading

The strangest Christmas food world
Classic European Christmas dinner is roasted meat and vegetables and sweet rolls for dessert. However, if you take a look at holiday eating Christians in different parts of the world,…

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