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The Most disgusting food in the world – the Portal of the city of Tokmok, the town of Tokmok in Kyrgyzstan

Everyone loves a tasty meal, and even more I love when delicious food looks nice and edible. And in today’s selection of  you will see the most horrible and disgusting food in the world, which are delicacies in certain countries and regions. You will definitely find some that but disgust you nothing will cause. Photos are not for the faint of heart.

1. Fried tarantulas (Cambodia).

Cambodia has fried tarantulas began during the period of historic hunger strikes. Now this dish is considered a delicacy.

2. Balut (Philippines).

Balut is a snack that consists of a boiled duck or chicken egg, which has already formed fruit. This snack can be found on all the streets and markets of Philippines, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. In these areas, this dish is popular as in America hot dogs. Is considered a male food – rumor has it that he improves potency.

3. Wine from snakes and shpionov (Asia).

This unusual type of liquor can be found mainly in Asia. In a bottle of rice wine immersed snakes and Scorpions, then this mixture several months wandering. During this time the poison completely dissolves and turns a good alcoholic drink.

4. Cobra heart (Vietnam).

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The Most disgusting food in the world - the Portal of the city of Tokmok, the town of Tokmok in Kyrgyzstan
Everyone loves a tasty meal, and even more I love when delicious food looks nice and edible. And in today's selection of  you will see the most horrible and disgusting…

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