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10 Weird Foods That We Discovered In 2018

Edited By: Jake Ramirez
 Have you ever wanted to try blue ramen, or bread that comes out of a can? Admittedly, maybe the latter doesn't sound all that appealing, however, such oddities provide a great source of intrigue for many. Here are 10 of the weirdest foods that we discovered in 2018: 
 
1. Beer Ramen 
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A Japanese restaurant in Vancouver serves the beer ramen you see above. The idea came to the dish’s creator during a very hot summer. It’s just ordinary ramen, only that’s it’s served chilled in a mug. The froth that you see at the top is made of gelatin and egg whites.
2. Chips with weird flavors 
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If you want to try bizarre snacks, then you should definitely head to Asia. Yogurt or cola-flavored chips, anyone? Perhaps you fancy cherry blossom flavor instead? There are even Pringles that are supposed to taste of water!
3. Chili sauce with shrimp and fish 
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Need we say more?
4. Green caviar 
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Although it could easily be mistaken for green caviar (if there was such a thing), Caulerpa Lentillifera is a species of bryopsidales, green algae from coastal regions well-known in the Philippines and Vietnam. It’s usually served raw with vinegar. It’s highly nutritional and is believed to prevent heart attacks.
5. Cheese-flavored fish sausage 
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One of the weirdest snacks on our list hails from South Korea. Interesting or just plain gross?
6. Flower and blueberry dessert pizza 
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Despite looking very much like a piece of art, this pizza is 100% edible. Perhaps it would be a shame to eat it…
7. Canned bread 
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This canned bread hails from New England, and it’s supposed to be a ready-made dish made from natural ingredients. Pop it in the microwave if you prefer eating it warm, and try it with butter, jam or cream cheese.
8. Cosmic-looking ramen 
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This blue and green ramen can be found in a restaurant in Tokyo. It’s very low in fat and has a delicate taste. Chicken is used instead of pork, together with an egg and fresh greens. The dish’s color comes from a natural pigment extracted from spirulina algae.
9. Mint chocolate cake
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Mint chocolates are a dime a dozen, but a mint chocolate cake is something else altogether. This particular mint chocolate cake can be picked up not far outside London, and people say it’s delicious.
10. Vegetarian mock pork 
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No – we don’t know what it’s made of or how it tastes, nor are we sure that we want to. However, if you want to give it a go and let us know what it’s like, feel free to drop us an email!
 
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