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Imagine a colossal steaming platter of Fried Giant Silkworm Pupae Your mom settles it in front of you you sniff delicately at the aroma like the fine connoisseur that you are put on your bib and its chow down time Food is a commonly taken for granted edible substance necessary in a normal persons life Anorexics dont count Different cultures have different food-of course due to their geographical positions and the way they were brought up Some religions abstain from eating certain meats For instance Hindus are not supposed to eat beef or even harm a cow for that matter because cows are scared animals to them Muslims are not allowed to eat any part of a pig or any amphibians which is a great pity because frog legs in black sauce happen to be scrumptious Frog legs are just one in a million of the delightful delectables to be found around the world I for one believe that all cultures invent a food that is both bizarre and disgusting which the kids start out hating but as they say its a fine line between love and hate At some point they cross over and force it if necessary on the next generation Then they nudge each other and giggle when foreigners gasp I have been a witness to this at many a dinner party when inevitable the conversation turns to food My mom tries to shock the guests by telling tales of the disgusting food that Chinese happen to eat Coincidentally a French will shout out HEY We eat that too I think that between a French and a Chinese anything can be and will be eaten For example escargots tripe caviar birds nest- which is actually a swifts spit and tastes very very good intestines duck lips chicken feet and Grilled Rats Bordeaux style Of course this was popular amongst the poorer folk but I imagine the
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