10 Taiwanese foods that may terrify foreign visitors
Are there some foods that you absolutely won't eat? This video from Stopkiddinstudio claims that these 10 foods terrify foreigners in Taiwan. I'll let you in on a secret: Even though I'm originally from Taiwan, I wouldn't eat some of those foods either. On the other hand, some people consider these foods a true delicacy and a must-eat when you visit Taiwan. What do you think?
Check out the video for all 10 foods. I'll comment on the Top 3.
3. I agree on the chicken feet. I don't eat them either. However, I understand the reason that people eat them is for the gelatinous texture. If you ever visit a Cantonese restaurant where Dim Sum is served, chicken feet are called "Phoenix Feet."
2. Duck blood - I think I ate it when I was a kid and didn't know about the red strings in the soup. I wouldn't dare touch it now.
1. Stinky Tofu - I can eat them, but I don't go out of my way to look for them. I can eat most kinds of tofu. My most favorite kind of tofu are the fresh silky ones with a little ginger syrup poured on top.
So, what do you think? Would you at least try these foods before saying you wouldn't eat them anymore?
Taiwan is full of places that will serve you dishes from regional cuisines all over China as well as those from other countries. This video is made for fun, and I'm sure you'll find a lot of favorite foods to eat in Taiwan.
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