Grasshoppers, alligator, bread and corn... fungus: the craziest cannedPictolic
Categories: Food and Drinks
Extreme gastronomy from different parts of the planet can cause tremors and awe even the most jaded consumer. Canned bread and pork brains, bamboo worms, and parasitic fungi... You won't find these gems at the local supermarket, if you do not live in Laos, Iran or another exotic country. We present the ranking of the most extreme of canned "products".
Canned sheep's head. No one knows who first invented to preserve the head of lamb. But it is a popular delicacy in many countries in the Middle East and Central Asia.
Canned silkworm — conventional product in China, Korea and other countries where fried pupae of this insect are eaten almost every day.
Canned rattlesnake sold in China, the American southwest, Latin America, Hong Kong. Although in Africa the great success enjoyed meals of fresh meat rattlesnake.
Canned alligator is not exotic. In the U.S. crocodiles are grown on special farms. The tidbit is the tail of a reptile.
Canned pork brains — the product is not for impressionable consumers. They say that in pig brain plenty of phosphorus.
Canned roasted crickets, they're grasshoppers with egg is a favorite dish of Cambodians, the people of the state of Missouri, United States, Thailand, Mexico.
Canned cheeseburger will help out on a fishing trip, camping trip and the other far from civilization place.
Canned Burger is a good snack that has a long shelf life.
Canned Scorpions — popular exotic from Asia.
Canned bread — a practical option for hikers and Thrifty people.
Sandwich — another kind of canned bread. Fillings of different taste and tea bags with seasonings variety Breakfast unpretentious tourist.
Canned bamboo worms — the pinnacle of gastronomic exoticism that you eat every day in Thailand, China and Latin America.
Canned grasshoppers sold in American supermarkets along with nuts, chips and popcorn.
Canned bacon is an important component of dry rations to the military, tourists.
Canned frogs ' legs will interest fans of gastronomic Exotica.
Canned corn fungus — a Mexican delicacy long-term storage. The locals call parasitic organism (Ustilago maydis) "cuitlacoche", foreigners and Mexican truffle.