Another odd one I find tasty is cottage cheese with sliced Jalapenos.
but century egg may also be considered [through an apparent translation confusion] to a type of 滷蛋, or eggs that have been boiled in a master stock repeatedly reused to poach or braise meats. It is very close to Tea Eggs
This in itself is delicious and very few people would consider it disgusting. Its a light brown colored egg that has the aroma of meat [pork, beef] along with the smell of soysauce. Now if the egg was boiled in this medium for a week, it becomes 鐵蛋 [literally: Iron Egg]. So far, such a food variety can be found only in Taiwan, since it has been saturated in a salty medium for long durations, it could be stored in room temperature indefinitely... leading many to believe such a product can be stored for several years, of course, it has yet to be proven.
visually no, translating terms for people who may have never seen a comparison... yes
Southern fried chicken livers,love them.
Hehehe the one on the right is good with Beer. It's pork intestines that's deep fried. No I didn't buy any since I'd like to keep my cholesterol in good shape.
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A few foods come to mind.
Lima beans, something few people I know really enjoy. (Sort of like tequila, for me, "food" though it isn't, really.)
Spicy eggplant Szechuan Chinese dish, one of my favorites.
Tofu, with a texture and bland taste that many can't accept, though like eggs it can be a great "base" for any number of wonderfully spiced and dressed-up dishes.
Soy milk instead of plain cow's milk, which chokes most of my friends but which over the past 15 years has turned out to be my choice over plain milk (go figure), whether poured over cereal or as a drink from a glass, though it doesn't seem to work well as a "cooking" milk since it won't thicken in the same way.
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tow huey (dou hua) if you can. Great dish.
Had fried frog leg for the first time tonight at a Chinese restaurant. It was pretty good actually. Flaky, like fish, but milder and less, well, fishy. I'd eat it again.
Pig blood cake or Pig blood pudding(豬血糕）
Dont know how to describe it, there's nothing i know taste like it. Actually yes, goose blood cake.
I pretty much eat every organ of pigs or cows, so another my favorite is crispy pig colon.
A food that I love Is BBQ pickled eggs. A good friend of mine has family that live in Kentucky and they make them all the time. He went down to visit and brought some back years ago. I've been making them ever since. I also like to make a bologna, peanut butter, and mayonnaise sandwich.
My boss from years ago used to make them, he was always trying to get me to try one. I was in the same boat you are, nearly turned my stomach just thinking about it.....then......I tried one. Honestly it was really good. It does sound disgusting but for some reason when you put them all together it's good.