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  • Chicken feet are utilized in many regional Asian cuisines.

  • They are an enormously popular ingredient

  • in soups, or even à la carte as a savory snack or entree.

  • Who looks at a chicken and is like, "Give me its feet."

  • Brings a whole new meaning to the term chicken fingers.

  • Wanna shake hands?

  • I'm just gonna do it with my hands.

  • - Oh my god! It's f*cking floppy!

  • I feel like I'm holding it like a little baby wrist.

  • Do we eat the bone? Is there bones?

  • - Ah, there's a bone. - It's all bones. It's all bones.

  • It's kinda like a chicken wing, but all skin.

  • I don't think it's that bad.

  • It would be better if it didn't look like a foot.

  • It's just a boney, floppy mess.

  • Nattō is a traditional Japanese food

  • made from fermented soy beans.

  • Studies have indicated vast health benefits

  • from the consumption of this unique breakfast dish.

  • It looks innocent.

  • Is it bugs?

  • Oh, gross!

  • I hope that's cheese.

  • What is going on? It's like a spider web.

  • - I really like this. - It's crazy.

  • I smell it now.

  • - Oh, that does not taste good.

  • This tastes like rotten beans.

  • Bitter, definitely.

  • Peanut poop.

  • It tastes like it's fermented, but it's not bad.

  • I cannot possibly say any horrible things about it.

  • Many South East Asians regard Durian

  • as the king of fruits.

  • Its most distinctive feature is its powerful aroma,

  • making it a difficult delicacy to find

  • in stores and restaurants.

  • I hear that it's super smelly.

  • Oh my god!

  • It smells like rotten fruit.

  • So we're done, right? We don't have to eat it.

  • We smelled it, so we're good.

  • It's the same color as this tablecloth,

  • and this is not a pretty tablecloth.

  • To the left. To the left!

  • Oh god, he doesn't like it. Now I'm scared!

  • - It tastes good, right? - No.

  • The taste is not as bad as the smell,

  • but it is not a good taste.

  • I'm telling you, it's mango mixed with garlic.

  • I like mango and I like garlic!

  • This thing has spikes on it.

  • That's telling you, "Do not eat this shit."

  • The Balut is a developing duck embryo that is boiled

  • and eaten in the shell.

  • It's a common street food in the Phillipines

  • and South East Asia, and is best when served with beer.

  • A hard boiled egg?

  • Wait, what am I supposed to do?

  • Oh, it squirted at me.

  • Oh, it tastes good!

  • Oh my god! What is that?!

  • - It's a bird. - Oh it's a duck! That's a duck!

  • I am not eating that.

  • I think I just threw up a little in my mouth.

  • Dude, I'm seeing like the first feathers in there.

  • - It's fluffy! - It never had the chance.

  • - It tastes like pâté. - You're a murderer.

  • Sannakji is a very special raw Korean dish

  • consisting of a live octopus that has been chopped

  • into small pieces, then served immediately

  • with a light sesame seasoning.

  • Oh, it's alive still.

  • It's f*cking moving around!

  • If you don't chew it, it'll suction to your throat.

  • Oh, this is just endless terror.

  • Oh, it fell. Oh, it's moving.

  • I'm too afraid to swallow it!

  • It's sorta like you're making out with someone

  • and trying to eat at the same time.

  • I really feel like I'm killing something right now.

  • And it feels great!

  • -Are you alright?

  • No!

  • It's totally stuck to my tooth.

  • - It didn't taste that bad. - It's actually pretty good.

  • I mean, it's like an adrenalin rush with your meal!

  • It's like getting a rubber band

  • that is screaming for its life inside of you.

  • Yeah, the thing to remember is that

  • even some Asians find these foods not that great.

  • This Asian. Right here. Whassup?

  • Feels like people aren't eating this stuff for sustenance.

  • They're eating it for fun.

  • It's so creepy.

  • A lot of fear!

  • I think it's also being raised with the idea

  • of recognizing where something comes from.

  • They just take it from their environment

  • and put it on your plate.

  • It's either really fresh, or it's just really dead.

  • - To Asia! - To people who eat everything.

  • Oh, I haven't heard from Barry in a while.

  • I opened Barry's door and he looks exactly like this,

  • and he smells like this, and you try to taste him,

  • and that's even worse!

  • - And it's rough. - What would you taste a dead guy?

  • - Because you miss him!

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Chicken feet are utilized in many regional Asian cuisines.

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