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Doods actually eating casu marzu
He describes it as tasting somewhere between soap and cheese.
, lots of wine
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"Casu marzu cheese goes beyond typical fermentation to a stage most would consider decomposition, brought about by the digestive action of the larvae of the cheese fly Piophila casei."
I'm so there
and bonus fairy stars for the "lots of wine" tag
I'm sorry to burst bubbles here but: this is not like that Futurama episode, those worms are not going to help your body.
haha mario and luigi
It was a common way for jilted lovers in feudal Japan to commit suicide by going off an eating fugu sushi. If they survived, they were meant to.
I imagine the discovery of casu mazu was similar.
"The texture of the cheese becomes very soft, with some liquid (called lagrima, from the Sardinian for "tears") seeping out."
I tried to submit this, but found that other champions of grossness beat me to it.
Good luck with the intestinal infection you're going to get, guys.
True friends of the maggot would be willing to give the little monsters a place to live, especially after eating their last home.
If food is crawling with maggots it's a good sign it shouldn't be eaten. I guess these fellows didn't get the memo.
Plus, that cheese looks pretty awful even without the knowledge that it's chock full of larvae.
Obviously you've never seen Battleship Potemkin.
I don't think that's kosher.
Jet Bin Fever
I'm going to seriously bring this up in Parasitology Lab tomorrow.
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