Mag­got Cheese:

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Pun­gent Sar­dinian cheese which uses fly lar­vae’s di­ges­tive ac­tion to fer­ment sheep’s milk.

Pro­tein snack sold by street ven­dors in Thai­land, com­pris­ing fried crick­ets, spi­ders, scor­pi­ons and worms. Cho­co­late-cov­ered grasshop­pers are sold in many parts of Asia

This strong-smelling dish from Europe, Latin Amer­ica and USA is For starters, it may be a good idea to try them - who knows you might like it and carry an in­ter­est­ing story back home! If you aren’t ad­ven­tur­ous enough, po­litely refuse with­out of­fer­ing rea­sons for do­ing so. Never look at a food item in a for­eign land and in a shocked voice ut­ter ‘you eat this’! In­form your hosts when they ex­tend the in­vi­ta­tion; it isn’t ad­vis­able to wait un­til you are seated in the res­tau­rant. Most na­tions don’t in­ter­pret veg­e­tar­i­an­ism as strictly as we do. Eggs, fish, even sea food are con­sid­ered as veg­e­tar­ian fare.

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