Seven Strange Street Snacks

No. 1: Tornado Potatoes, South Korea
No. 1: Tornado Potatoes, South Korea
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Who doesn't like street food? And who isn't sometimes afraid of it? While it's often the healthiest thing you can find in certain Third World countries -- you can actually see it being cooked, and eat it while it's still hot -- even in the First World it can evoke wonder or repulsion in the beholder.

Here is a small collection of seven street foods that have semi-freaked us out lately. Bone appetit!

No. 2: Barbecued cuy (guinea pig), Ecuadorean Northern Highlands
No. 2: Barbecued cuy (guinea pig), Ecuadorean Northern Highlands
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No. 5: Funnel cake, USA
No. 5: Funnel cake, USA
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No. 6: Stinky tofu, Taipei, Taiwan
No. 6: Stinky tofu, Taipei, Taiwan
No. 7: Cambodian barbecued frog
No. 7: Cambodian barbecued frog
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