Top 4 Weird Vietnamese Food

Eating a dog is frowned upon in Western society, but other types of animals are acceptable as long as they are not referred to as pets. Community beliefs, on the other hand, are vastly different for the vast majority of people on the planet. Some weird Vietnamese foods are regarded as delicacies in some Asian cultures, including China, Korea, the Philippines, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, and Myanmar. These unusual foods are, in reality, very tasty and high in protein. If you are not a vegetarian, you should give them a shot sometime.

1. Dog Meat

Eating a dog is frowned upon in Western society, but other types of animals are acceptable as long as they are not referred to as pets. Community beliefs, on the other hand, are vastly different for the vast majority of people on the planet. Some unusual Vietnamese dishes are regarded as delicacies in some Asian cultures, including China, Korea, the Philippines, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, and Myanmar. These unusual foods are, in reality, very tasty and high in protein. If you are not a vegetarian, you should give them a shot sometime.

2. Snakes

3. Lizards and Frogs (Best Grilled)

his is popular fare in Phan Thiet. Any of my friends said that before coming to Vietnam, he had never tried frog, but now he loves it. Pay attention to the bones if you order a frog dish in Vietnam! During the rainy season, Vietnamese people trap and boil toads. They simply remove the stomach organ and consume the remainder—skin, guts, and everything.

4. Trung Vit Lon

I had been watching my friends eat trung vit lon for months before trying it myself. These fertilized duck eggs are partly developed before being hard-boiled. Suck out the milk, then spoon out the colorful morsels with pinches of pickled carrots, garlic, radish, turnip, mint leaves, and a splash of salt and pepper.

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