What are some of the dangerous foods people eat out there? Would you guys ever try Fugu, which is a type of fish with toxins that can potentially paralyze you?! Or what about Hakarl, a national dish of Iceland that’s made of rotten shark meat?! Find about about all the most dangerous foods that people actually eat in this video!
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Here are some of the most dangerous foods that people actually will eat!
10 - Raw Baby Octopus Also known as San-nakji, this dish is basically a raw, small octopus that’s sometimes eaten alive! Even if it isn’t alive prior to consumption, many of the nerve cells are still firing and the tentacles still move around. This really odd feature is thanks to their nervous system with neurons located in the arms. Getting past that mental hurdle of wiggling tentacles isn’t the tough part. It’s being able to actually swallow the tentacles that’s the hardest task here. The tentacles contain miniature suction cups that keep on working even when the octopus isn’t alive. Yep. They can hold onto someone’s throat. Do I really need to mention choking hazards here?! Would YOU eat a raw baby octopus?! Let us know in the comments! And oh yeah, do us a favor, hit that like button, down here!
9 - Hakarl The fact that humans still eat rotten shark meat this day and age makes you wonder how we evolved to be the smartest, most advanced species ever to roam the planet. But you know what, here we are! This dish is from Iceland, where Hakarl is a traditional dish. Hakarl is a mixture of Greenland Shark and other Sleeper Sharks that’s hung up to dry for five months to ferment before eating. Sound appetizing yet? Since this fresh shark meat is poisonous when it’s fresh of a high content of urea and trimethylamine oxide, chefs have to go to great lengths to prepare it for consumption. When the sharks are first caught, they’re gutted and placed in a shallow sandy hole for several weeks. Then strips of the meat are hung up for five months. Just try and imagine THAT smell! Hákarl contains a large amount of ammonia and has a strong smell, similar to many cleaning products. People trying it for the first time apparently gag involuntarily on the first attempt to eat it because of the high ammonia content! Yeah, that’s gonna be a no for me dawg. First-timers are advised to pinch their nose while taking the first bite, as the smell is much stronger than the taste. While this is a well liked dish in Iceland, the rest of the world seems to hate Hakarl. Anthony Bourdain described it as quote “the single worst, most disgusting and terrible tasting thing.” Chef Gordon Ramsay tried it and….well you can pretty much guess how that went. Anyway, not only can this meat be dangerous if it isn’t prepared right, the payoff seems to be virtually non existent!
8 - Casu Marzu Does rotten cheese made from sheep milk with maggots swimming around in it sound tasty? It’s soft cheese with putrid liquid from wormy maggots. Yet, there are Italians that like to eat this dish! Pecorino cheese is left outside for days, while larvae lay eggs in the cheese. Once the eggs hatch, the larvae will chomp their way through the cheese. Meanwhile, acid from their digestive system just pours into the cheese. Unsurprisingly, this cheese is often unsafe to eat. To begin with, it’s only safe to eat it WHILE THE MAGGOTS ARE ALIVE! Also, if you eat any of the maggots, there’s a good chance that they can survive on the inside of your intestines, a condition called pseudomyiasis. The European Union has banned the cheese, and offenders face heavy fines. Because of this, casu marzu can only be found on the black market!