15 Strangest Foods

…Asia (pic by Chadedwardxxx) Bird’s nest soup, eaten in China (pic by Wikipedia) Codfish Sperm, eaten in various parts of Asia (pic by scare_m_burger) Mopane caterpillars, eaten in Botswana (pic by NOVA) Grasshoppers, eaten in Oaxaca, Mexico (pic by NOVA) Dried lizards (for soup), eaten in Japan (pic by food-channel)…

January is a Weird Month, and Here’s Why

…blood donation, braille literacy, codependency awareness, fat free living, national hobbies, hot tea, mentoring, oatmeal, slow cooking, soup, weight loss awareness, and thank you’s. It’s also Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month and Stalking Awareness month. January 1st was not always considered to be the beginning of the new year,…

20 Weirdest Foods Ever Marketed

…this chicken ring dish to appeal to ladies trying to keep their figures in check. It includes Knox unflavored gelatin mixed with canned cream of chicken or cream of mushroom soup and shredded turkey or chicken. It also suggests adding chopped onion, peppers and pimento to the mixture before placing…

6 Bizarre Things People Have Invented and Patented

…when eating, say, soup or a particularly saucy hamburger? With a mustache guard, of course. This thing was patented in 1876, when a gentleman’s worth was measured by the size of his ‘stache. Probably. “Every gentleman who wears a moustache must have experienced the great inconvenience it causes in eating…

7 of the Weirdest Restaurants

…vending machine with hot and cold drinks including coffee, royal milk tea, instant miso soup, and green tea. To witness the dinnertime ritual where the kitties feast on cat food in glass food bowls arranged in a circle around a floor lamp, visit in the evening. This place is clearly…

Do You Know About These Weird Health Myths?

…whole gallon of water a day, or at least half of your body weight in ounces. Turns out as long as you gulp down a glass of water whenever you’re thirsty, that should be enough to stay hydrated and healthy. We get a lot of water from foods like soup,…

27 Outrageous Food Facts

…Saliva Is A Delicacy In China The dish popularly known as “bird’s nest” is a delicacy to some. In China, some people harvest the nests of swiftlets, which are made from twigs combined with the birds’ saliva. The nests are often made into soup and are believed to have healing…