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Last month, we asked you to tell us what unique food you have tried. Thank you everyone who participated!
These are the unique foods the authors have tried:
Ainsley- “I’ve had candy corn soda. It was very unique and sugary. I don’t know if I would have it again but it was cool to try. I don’t think this is as unique, but I’ve tried star fruit. It is okay in flavor. It’s hard to eat because it has an outside inedible covering. I have also tried a grapple. It’s an apple that tastes and smells like a grape. I liked it a lot and would definitely eat it again.I love trying new foods especially from different cultures.”
Sara- “What I have eaten isn’t really that unique.. though the flavor is. Kimchi is one thing I have eaten: it is spicy (extremely) , pickled cabbage. I do not like it very much, but then again, I don’t really like spicy things and this is really spicy! My brother liked it though. I have also enjoy something called ‘duck’ (at least that is how you pronounce it) which is pressed rice dumplings with bean paste in the middle. Delicious! I also have had Alligator, I think it was good. I have recently gotten to try squirrel chowder, it was delicious but I was a little worried about eating bones and things like that. ”
Grace- “I don’t think I have eaten anything unique.”
These are the unique foods the readers have tried:
Abigail- “I got a little grossed out with the squirrel because I had the leg and I pulled too hard. The knee moved and I almost couldn’t take it! Overall, it was good, but I definitely suggest not eating one of the limbs:) I also ate alligator, but it was at an amusement park, so it wasn’t the best.”
Jennifer- “I’ve eaten wildebeest in Tanzania. It was jerky and tasted like other forms of jerky in the United States. I have also tried termites, but it tasted like dirt. I would never want to eat it again.’