Americans Taste Exotic Asian Delicacies
Chicken feet are utilized in many regional Asian cuisines. They are an enormously popular ingredient in soups or eaten a la carte as a savory snack or entree.
Who looks at a chicken and is like, "Give me its feet"?
It brings a whole new meaning to the term "chicken fingers."
You wanna shake hands?
Um, I'm just gonna do it with my hands. Ohhh! It's f***ing floppy!!!
I feel like I'm holding, like, a little baby wrist!
Do we eat the bone? Is there a bone?
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 bony, floppy mess.
Natto is a traditional Japanese food made from fermented soybeans. Studies have indicated vast health benefits from the consumption of this unique breakfast dish.
It looks innocent.
Is it bugs?
Oh, no...I hope that's cheese...
What is going on? It's like a spider web. I really like this; it's fun.
Oh, I smell it now.
Oh, it does not taste good.
This tastes like rotten beans.
It tastes like it's fermented, but it's not...it's not bad.
I cannot possibly say enough horrible things about it.
Many Southeast 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 just 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?
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, like, spikes on it; that's telling you, "Do not eat this sh*t."
A balut is a developing duck embryo that is boiled and eaten in the shell. It's a common street food in the Philippines and Southeast Asia and is best when served with beer.
Wait, am I supposed to go...
Oh...it squirted at me.
Oh, it tastes good!
Oh my God! What is that?!
It's a bird.
Oh, it's a duck—duck, duck, duck, duck!!! I am not eating this!!!
I think I just threw up a little in my mouth.
Dude, I'm seeing, like, the first feathers in there.
This little thing... (You never had a chance.)
It tastes like pate.
You're a murderer.
Sannakji is a very special raw Korean dish consisting of a live octopus that has been chopped into small pieces and served immediately with a light sesame seasoning.
Oh, it's alive still.
It's f***ing moving around!
If you don't chew it, it'll suction to your throat.
Aw, this is just endless terror.
Oh, it fell! Oh, it's moving!
I'm too afraid to swallow it.
It's sort of 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!
I feel it stuck to my tooth.
Didn't taste that bad!
I mean, it's like an adrenaline rush with your meal!
It's like eating 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. What's up?
Feels like people aren't eating this stuff for sustenance; they're eating it for fun. Asians are so creepy.
There's a lot of fear.
But 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.
I mean, it's either really fresh, or it's just really dead.
To people who eat everything.