The following meals aren't for the faint of heart, in this video I traveled to Iceland, South Korea, Holland and Canada to try their strange cuisines.
For the majority of humanity's early existence, wild horses were hunted as a source of protein. It is slightly sweet, tender and low in fat. However, because of the role horses have played as companions and as workers, and concerns about the ethics of the horse slaughter process, it is a taboo food in some cultures.
Dutch herring is one of those typical traditional snacks that you must have tried during a visit to Holland. Raw Herring has been my favorite Dutch snack ever since I was a toddler, especially with freshly chopped onions and pickles.
The testicles tasted unlike I expected it had a juicy chicken texture but tasted more blend, but luckily the pickled dip and special salt made the experience a lot of tastier.
Sheep's head is an Icelandic delicacy which can even be purchased at the local BSI drive-thru. It comes microwaved complete with mashed potatoes.
Bizarre food adventure at the Noryangjin Fish Market where my friend and I choose 3x living baby octopuses which we took to a restaurant for instant consumption. Not for the foodies out there with a weak stomach food.
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My name is Matt (Reformatt), the past 20 years, I've traveled to 200+ cities and my videos have been watched
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