Food You Would Not Want To Eat
Each meal is served with delectable dishes and nutritional foods. These things meant for digestion should ideally be well-cooked to suffice the need for nutritional satisfaction or merely for pleasure. Ideally, food is a source from plants or vegetables, animals, water and even alcohol (refers to alcoholic beverages). However, the curiosity of people as there are those who are really discontented with what basic foods could offer or simply finding some cheaper alternatives for intake, foods out of nowhere are invented by which the recipe composes things we don’t expect to be that good for eating.
Here are some of those dishes where you would surely hate to see in your favorite restaurant’s menu.
1. Baby Mice Wine
This is a perfect wine for a beautiful dinner! Or the other way around? Those little creatures running around the corners of your house could actually be of use as an ingredient in making wine. Baby mice were traditional health subjects in China and Korea. The wine tastes like raw gasoline. The process starts when little mice are plucked from their mother’s hold. While they are alive, they are stuffed into a bottle of rice wine.
The most famous exotic food in the Philippines is Balut. Almost everywhere in the country’s rural and urban areas is a venue of Balut selling. Typically, bicycling vendors sold them at night. Each of it is coupled with salt to make it tastier. Balut is a duck egg by which when the fetus develops minor feathers and small beak it is being boiled alive. Your tongue would definitely taste the crunch of it because of its newly developing bones. As you crack it, there’s a juice extracted from the fetus which is believed to be good for your knees.
A dish made of the sheep’s head is Pacha. The head of the sheep is boiled to soften the meat of the face of the sheep. It is eaten slowly until you are left with all the facial bones. Iraqis are fond of eating this food since it contains enzymes, which boost their metabolism.
Famous in Southern, Northern and Central Norway, Sweden and some areas in Finland, lutefisk is a traditional dish of the Nordic countries made out from whitefishes, which are dried and salted and soda lye. The preparation of this food would take long. The whitefish should be soaked in water in 6 – 7 days with the water changed daily of course. For additional two days, in salted cold water, it should be soaked again, this time not changing the solution. After all the soaking, the jellies are seen and eventually the value of its protein decreases. However, it isn’t edible yet. There’s a need for four more days to soak the whitefish in daily-changed cold water. Then, it’s ready for cooking.
Here is another Filipino cuisine. This barbecued intestine of pigs or chickens is another famous street food in the Philippines. Cleaning the intestines inside out is necessary before cooking to avoid the eaters from acquiring diseases. To assure its sanitation, these are boiled to kill the virus on the intestines. After these are intertwined in a stick, these are grilled while soaked with marinate mixed with catsup, soy sauce, garlic and onion and other common spices in the country.
The above-mentioned cuisines of different countries are said to be providers of good nutrition to its respective natives. These are mostly taken as part of their daily meals not because of the delight it brings to the people’s tongue but also considering its affordability among common citizens.