|Welcome to my "Strange, Odd, And Disturbing Food Suppliers" page.
Having made a few happenstance discoveries of various strange foods, I
felt it necessary to collect these into single location for those
adventurous enough to try them.
If you happen to know of online retailers of Strange, Odd, or Disturbing food products please feel free to email me so I can check it out and add it to my page.
|That wonderful Scandinavian delicacy that just makes your
mouth water just by thinking of it. Yeah, right! Cod and lye.
Well if you ever wondered where you could get some of this delightful
stuff here it is.
Camel Milk Chocolate
|So, you are in the desert and you are really, REALLY need chocolate.
|All the world fears the tread of a man who eats
haggis. Or at least they fear his breath!
Sheep's Paunch (stomach bag), heart, lung, liver of sheep, and beef suet are all critical ingredients for "a haggis".
Looks tasty! Oh, if you want to make your own you can try this recipe.
|Not all that strange nor really all that odd, not even
disturbing to some. But when you need it, where else are going to get
Kangaroo, Antelope, Bear, Possum, Turtle, or any of a number of exotic
Or Possibly some Green Curry Crocodile?
|Ok, not really a supplier of anything but information, but still I find the concept of a food that can kill you a bit disturbing and felt I should share. I mean, would you really want to order something like this off the the net?
|They crawl, wiggle, hop, and fly. Slated to inherit the earth when we destroy ourselves, our only defense is to eat them first.
Never fear, where Armour foods had let us down Rose
has stepped in to fill the void!
Pork Brains in Milk Gravy at ShopFoodEx.com
Ever need just a bit of brain food to get you
through that tough project you are working on? Armour foods sells
pork brains in milk. Oddly enough, they don't give you a whole lot
of details on the product.
Thank you for taking the time to contact The Dial Corporation concerning Armour Star Pork Brains.
Because the overall demand for this product was so slight, it has been discontinued and is no longer available as part of our product line. As a result the recipe is no longer available either.
Imagine that! The demand was low! And it appears that the product was so bad they destroyed the recipe for making it.
|'Asians' will, apparently, drink all sorts
off odd things. I was given a bottle of 'Basil Seed with honey drink'
which as the appearance of being frog eggs scooped up from some
swamp. Here a couple places that list their products.
For a run down of some of these taste treats here are couple sites that review the experience.
|You know, sometimes you just need a good old swig of Pocari Sweat to get you going, or maybe you need a quick snack of Muscat Gummy chews to tide you over till dinner. No? Well then if you are up late at night you probably are looking for some BlackBlack gum; loaded with that caffeine you crave!
Rocky Mountain Oysters
|Need some 'fries' with that? No, not french fries! Bull testicles! Also calf fries, lamb fries, turkey testicles, pork mountain oysters breaded and ready for your enjoyment.
Natto (Fermented Soy Beans)
Natto is a Japanese traditional food. Made from fermented Soy Beans, it is slimey, stinky, and reported to have a 'distinctive' flavor.
You can learn more about it
If you decide you MUST have some, try Japan Traditional Foods.
|Take one cute mammal add the coffee berry, one of their favorite fruits, let the digestive system process it a bit and excrete it, pick it up, wash it off, and roast it. You have Civet Coffee, one of the most expensive drinks in the world.
Huitlacoche or Cuitlacoche
MMMM.... that's some GOOD infection.
Fungus that infects corn, now that is a taste treat that one should not pass up! And what do you know? Steve didn't, here is his report.
If after that tantalizing write up you just HAVE to get some for your self, you might try MexGrocer.com
Cheese, everyone loves cheese and yes
there are those stinky cheeses and the runny cheeses, but in general cheese
is just good stuff. But this writhing cheese?
I will let Culture Cheese Magazine tell you more: Casu Marzu: World's Most Dangerous Cheese?.
Oddly, it does not appear you can order this anywhere.