Strange Foods

Muktuk (Alaska, Canada): Enjoy a hunk of whale blubber, which looks and feels in the mouth like densely packed cotton soaked in oil. It's attached to a thick piece of whale skin with the look and feel of worn tire tread. You cut off chunks of blubber and chew them--for a long time. Check out these name that food pictures.
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In recent years, Hollywood has learned that people like watching others chow down on calf pancreas and camel spiders. Even so, one person's offal is another person's delicacy. Here are interesting foods enjoyed around the world.