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CNNgo: Thailand's 13 most totally and utterly repulsive dishes

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People bitch about Thai food then go eat a hotdog.

 

Hotdog - cow lips, bull penis, stroctum, etc.

 

And then some people demand a natural hotdog - cow intestines.

 

 

I know of one hotdog vendor in the States that sells his kosher dogs in front of two court buildings. His sign says his hotdogs are Kosher and contain both pure pork and pure beef.

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The Germans eat raw egg mixed in to raw hamburger meat :dunno:

 

I have eaten many of the items on the list and no negative effect on me... :drunk::p:spin:

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Cannibal sandwich ... raw ground beef. :(

 

My grandmother's dinners of fried calf's brains with onions were pretty yucky. If hungry enough, I'd have to eat it. Only way I could get it down was to swallow it without chewing. Pickled pig's feet weren't a lot of fun either. :p

 

 

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Guest lazyphil

we like to hide our offal foods in sausages etc, thais dont

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Thais still have nothing on the Chinese for bizzare cuisine

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calf's brains

sheep brains

pig's feet

sweet breads (pancreas - calf)

liver

kidneys

heart

 

magnificent foods, you all don't know what you're missing !!!

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Guest lazyphil

my mum makes a killer stew type of dish with kidneys (pigs, not sure, who cares!)....butcher gives her for free!!

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Surprisingly no mention of fried insects in the original article....would have thought that to western eyes these would be the most unpleasant.

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