1. Casu Marzu
We are not kidding when they called Cafe Marzu Sardinian cheese, it is made about where to eat in the bar area, I ask you to guard your eye. Because worms, jump as high as 6 inches. During the decomposition of the cheese, the cheese fly larvae are introduced, to break out the fat from a liquid, which makes it softer and smellier food through.
Other live foods, like grubs and insects, food for survival, or knowingly have to take a culinary adventure. According to Western popular culture, monkeys or gorillas living brain, is shown as an edible creation is the truth behind this, though, while it is still alive and kicking. And many a time the animal meat, cooked, though, are developed while still alive, raw. In general, the restaurant turned to the freshness of their dishes when eating practice on live animals. We can eat them you, cruel to believe – or, as a child has not been often embrace – the living food that it could be the creation of several bacteria, or if there is a very healthy practice. Body reactions or food poisoning There are always possibilities, which can be very harmful.
2. Jumiles and Chumiles Tacos
These are stink bugs, and are often eaten alive. Chumiles are smaller in size than Jumiles, and have a stronger flavor than Jumiles. Both are very high in iodine. They are generally found to live under rocks, and are a special delicacy in Mexico, particularly in the Taxco region. Alive, they are often eaten live in tacos, with salsa, guacamole or other sauces to keep them from running off the plate.
3. Noma Salad
Denmark’s Noma, one of the 50 best restaurants in the world, seems to be heavily inspired by the practice of eating ants, and has taken it to a whole new level, with its $300 ant salad. The ants are frozen so they move slower, and they replace croutons to add a crunchy texture to the salad. The ants crawling across the lettuce leaves of the salad supposedly taste like lemongrass and cinnamon.
4. Drunken Shrimp
In this charming Chinese main course delicacy, about ten fully grown shrimps are served with a bowl of Baijiu, a drink which has approximately 40-60% alcohol content. The eater has to ‘catch’ the active shrimps as they jump around in the liquid, and stuff them in the mouth before they can escape. They may carry on moving even while being swallowed, until they are chewed to death in the mouth.
5. Odori Ebi
Another shrimp dish, this Japanese sashimi delicacy contains one baby shrimp, and is eaten in a single serving. The shrimp is de-shelled, and the head is sometimes removed. These are deep fried and served with the creature that is cooked skilfully and quickly to have its legs moving. It is dipped in sake to intoxicate it, so that it is easier to eat. The baby does only when the eater chews it.
6. Sea Urchins and Oysters
These don’t moving, but they’re alive, alright. While people are well aware that sea urchins are alive, many who eat oysters don’t even realize they have gulped down something living. In Italy, catching sea urchins or Ricci di Mare and eating them immediately is popular, and oysters are world famous. They are shucked, and the innards are eaten. The practice ensures freshness of the creatures.
7. Frog Sashimi
For this Japanese dish, a living frog is cut open on an ice platter. The sashimi bits are sliced out, and the rest is simmered for a soup. Imagine the skinned leg pieces of the freshly disembowelled frog still dancing when salt is sprinkled. While most of the pieces are raw but dead, the alive part is the heart of the frog, still thumping on the plate when it is served. The whole from head is also plated.
This Korean dish is a hoe which has, as its key ingredient, small octopus, or nakji. The little octopuses are either presented whole, or the tentacles are cut off the live octopus and put straight on the plate. The most stunning part of the dish is that the octopuses are alive, as you have guessed. If you have no heart, the baby octopuses seasoned with sesame oil and seeds are the dish for you.
Another form of Sashimi, this time with fish, Ikizukuri literally means “prepared alive”. The consumer can pick the fish he wants to eat from a tank. The living fish is then disembowelled, and a few pieces are sliced off. The whole process is done in such a way that most of the fish is left intact, and the person eating the fish can see the heart of the fish still beating, and the mouth still moving to breath.
10. Ying Yang Yu
“Yin Yang” or the Chinese concept of complementary forces in the case of this fish dish, which, which means “the living dead and applying fish”. Ying Yang Yu is deep fried – except for the head. But, fish, served with sweet and sour sauce, then move the head, fully alive inside for about thirty minutes, and quickly cooked and damage to internal organs for a living cruelly .