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Weird Stuff I Ate in Thailand

 

barracuda
barracuda

He was scary looking, so I ate him.This creepy barracuda was a tar tar appetizer for us One Night in Bangkok.I also ate soft shell crab for the first time. Sabelle ate the eyeball and tail from our whole fried fish. I personally draw the line at an eyeball. However, I did eat a fried larvae with some Scandanavian travelers at a night market in Chiangmai. It’s on Youtube somewhere. I brought 4 small bags of fried meal worms, crickets, larvae and some kind of beetle back to the hotel for the kids to try in the morning. No takers, but they loved grossing out over them. What is the weirdest thing you have ever eaten? Share it with us on our Facebook fan page!
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