Most extreme canned food for gourmets
• The most extreme canned food for gourmets
Gastronomic extreme from different corners of the world can cause trembling and awe even the most sophisticated consumer. Canned bread and pork brains, bamboo worms and parasitic fungus ... You will not find these wonders in the local supermarket if you do not live in Laos, Iran or some other exotic country. Introducing ranking of the most extreme canned "products."
Canned sheep's head. No one knows who first thought up to conserve the sheep's head. But it is a popular delicacy in many countries of the Middle East and Central Asia.
Canned silkworm - conventional product in China, Korea and even some countries where this insect fried pupae are eaten almost every day.
to Canned rattlesnake is sold in China, the American Southwest, Latin America, Hong Kong. While in Africa great success enjoyed dishes from fresh meat rattlesnake.
Canned alligator is not exotic. In the US, the crocodiles are grown on special farms. The most tasty morsel - tail reptiles.
Canned pork brains - the product is not for impressionable consumers. They say that in porcine brain a lot of phosphorus.
Canned fried crickets are as grasshoppers with egg - a favorite dish Cambodians, residents of Missouri, USA, Thailand, Mexico.
Canned cheeseburger rescue fishing, backpacking and other distant from civilization place.
Canned burger - a good snack that is stored for a long time.
Canned scorpions - a popular exotic Asia.
Canned bread - a practical option for tourists and people just squirrels.
Kendvich - another variety of canned bread. Filling a different taste and seasoning packets diversify breakfast undemanding tourists.
Canned bamboo worms - the top gastronomic exotica that every day eat in Thailand, China and Latin America.
Canned crickets are sold in American supermarkets, along with nuts, chips and popcorn.
Canned bacon - an important component of dry rations military travelers.
Preserved frogs legs gastronomy lovers interested in exotics.
Canned corn fungus - Mexican delicacy long storage. Locals call parasitic organism (Ustilago maydis) "kuitlakohe" foreigners - Mexican truffle.
Modern technologies allow to preserve absolutely anything. And if somewhere popular fried grasshoppers or bamboo worms, then it's time to mothball them, then to eat.