Americans Taste Asian Delicacies

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As a kid, I looked forward to going with my family once a week to eat at a Chinese restaurant in our town. Because (Americanized) Chinese food was my father's favorite, I grew up eating potstickers, egg rolls, crab rangoon, garlic chicken and similar popular fare.

My family was invited to the Chinese restaurant manager's wedding. My sister and I were thrilled; in addition to experiencing a traditional Chinese wedding, we looked forward to the delicious foods at the reception. We were quietly stunned when dishes the likes of which we had never conceived appeared one after the other. Fish with their eyes and faces still attached. Strange cuts of meat. Food that quivered like Jell-O. Because we were just dumb kids as well as picky eaters, we left hungry. Our faces must have looked like those of the people in this video as Asian delicacies are set in front of them. I wonder if they went out to dinner after their taste tests? Via Unique Daily.


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They managed to select the one gross item from each country's cuisine. If you are traveling in Asia, it's pretty easy to avoid the one gross item and eat like a pig otherwise.
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I cannot adequately express with mere words how disgusting these 'foods' are, and I am not even viewing the video in full-screen mode. Excuse me while I engage in some interpretive dance . . .
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OK. Get it? That stuff looked gross!
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Well, I just cooked chicken feet last night, along with the chicken that I killed, plucked, and eviscerated last week, so that one didn't seem weird to me. I've had natto before and thought it tasted pretty gross, like something that had been forgotten in the fridge for a month or two.
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