A Sardinian cheese infested with live maggots, considered a delicacy by some.
A Japanese pufferfish that contains a potent toxin and must be prepared by specially trained chefs to avoid poisoning.
Made from the solidified saliva of swiftlets, it is highly valued in Chinese cuisine.
Coffee made from coffee beans that have been eaten, partially digested, and excreted by civet cats.
A traditional Icelandic dish consisting of fermented shark meat with an overpowering ammonia-like smell.
Ant larvae harvested from the roots of agave plants, considered a delicacy in Mexico.
Preserved eggs that have been fermented for several weeks or months, resulting in a gelatinous texture and strong flavor.
A fertilized duck egg with a partially developed embryo inside, commonly consumed in Southeast Asian countries.
Fermented Baltic Sea herring with an extremely pungent odor, popular in Sweden.