This lighthearted series of illustrations from Factorialist magazine features foods from all over the world that would be considered unusual to many Western tastebuds. It has been said that "our differences make the world go 'round," and that notion is reinforced here.
Would you eat a raw sea bird stuffed into a raw, hollowed out seal carcass, all of which had been buried for months? I wouldn't go near it, but some people in Greenland would consider that a dish of the very special treat variety.
Click here to see the full series of illustrations, and read Factorialist's interesting article on strange tastes here.