|Frank Rizzo - 2009-10-03 |
wow, that sure is a block of cheese that is never cut into so we can see the grossness inside.
|Dutch Oven Fresh Pie - 2009-10-03 |
Because the larvae in the cheese can launch themselves for distances up to 15 centimetres (6 in) when disturbed, diners hold their hands above the sandwich to prevent the maggots from leaping into their eyes. Those who do not wish to eat live maggots place the cheese in a sealed paper bag. The maggots, starved for oxygen, writhe and jump in the bag, creating a "pitter-patter" sound. When the sounds subside, the maggots are dead and the cheese can be eaten.
You learn something every day.
Makes you wish those maggots could actually jump and kill the loony psychos that love to eat this stuff.
|memedumpster - 2009-10-03 |
I love eating food from other cultures, but I am fairly certain that unless I just can't find anything to eat in a garbage can that I will never try this.
|thebaronsdoctor - 2009-10-03 |
the flavor of the cheese is supposed to be strong enough to burn your tongue.
I think this cheese is a crime on par with the crusades
|Binro the Heretic - 2009-10-03 |
I still say the first person who ate this cheese did so out of desperation. Only threat of starvation could drive anyone to eat maggot-filled food.
That, or booze...lots of booze.
Only desperation or drunkenness could have lead someone to be the first person to try this cheese.
|duck&cover - 2009-10-04 |
Should go well with some Kopi Luak cat-shit coffee.
|Hooker - 2009-10-04 |
Congratulations, Italy. I hate you once again.
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