Would you eat these Chinese foods?

Would you eat these Chinese foods?

Hello! Would you eat all these Chinese foods? (Thank you for taking! I'll try to make more fun quizzes but Qfeast keeps deleting them and I'm frustrated with it.)

published on June 28, 201814 responses 6 5.0★ / 5

Hello guys and girls!!

Can I just say one quick thing...
Okay, so, different countries eat foods that other countries may think of as werid/disgusting and I don't want anyone to be offended by these type of quizzes. (Not that anyone is but I'm just saying.) And like...the point I'm trying to make is that, if you're from (let's say Norway) Norway and I make something about Norwegian food and for whatever reason, you feel offended, please tell me because I don't want to make anyone upset because of some dumb quizz.

Thanks.


(This does not count.)

Hello guys and girls!!

Can I just say one quick thing...
Okay, so, different countries eat foods that other countries may think of as werid/disgusting and I don't want anyone to be offended by these type of quizzes. (Not that anyone is but I'm just saying.) And like...the point I'm trying to make is that, if you're from (let's say Norway) Norway and I make something about Norwegian food and for whatever reason, you feel offended, please tell me because I don't want to make anyone upset because of some dumb quizz.

Thanks. 



(This does not count.)
Ok.
Okay.

Would you eat Birds nest soup?

"Edible bird's nests are bird nests created by edible-nest swiftlets using solidified saliva, which are harvested for human consumption. They are particularly prized in Chinese culture due to their rarity, and supposedly high nutritional value and exquisite flavor."
Wikipedia.

Would you eat Birds nest soup?

"Edible bird's nests are bird nests created by edible-nest swiftlets using solidified saliva, which are harvested for human consumption. They are particularly prized in Chinese culture due to their rarity, and supposedly high nutritional value and exquisite flavor."
Wikipedia.
No thank you!
Sure!
Maybe?
Yes.
Nope.
A birds nest???

Thousand year old egg?
The name is misleading since the egg is not a thousand years old but instead is 100 DAYS old.

"Century egg or Pidan, also known as preserved egg, hundred-year egg, thousand-year egg, thousand-year-old egg, millennium egg, skin egg and black egg, is a Chinese preserved food product and delicacy..."
Wikipedia.

Thousand year old egg?
The name is misleading since the egg is not a thousand years old but instead is 100 DAYS old. 

"Century egg or Pidan, also known as preserved egg, hundred-year egg, thousand-year egg, thousand-year-old egg, millennium egg, skin egg and black egg, is a Chinese preserved food product and delicacy..."
Wikipedia.
A THOUSAND YEAR OLD???
Uh, no.
Sounds great!
No..
Maybe.
Yes!

"Snake soup is a popular Cantonese delicacy and health supplement in Hong Kong, which contains the meats of at least two types of snakes as the main ingredients. The soup tastes slightly sweet because of the addition of chrysanthemum leaves and spices, while the snake meat in the soup is said to resemble the texture and taste of chicken meat."
Would you eat this?

"Snake soup is a popular Cantonese delicacy and health supplement in Hong Kong, which contains the meats of at least two types of snakes as the main ingredients. The soup tastes slightly sweet because of the addition of chrysanthemum leaves and spices, while the snake meat in the soup is said to resemble the texture and taste of chicken meat."
Would you eat this?
Isn't it dangerous to eat
snakes??
Gross, no!
Maybe..
It looks and sounds nice.
Yes.

Scorpions?
Usually deep fried on a stick with any season you'd like.

Scorpions?
Usually deep fried on a stick with any season you'd like.
I'd love to try it.
Isn't THAT dangerous??
Not in a billion years.
Maybe.
No.
Yes.

"Stinky tofu is a Taiwanese form of fermented tofu that has a strong odor. It is usually sold at night markets or roadside stands as a snack, or in lunch bars as a side dish, rather than in restaurants."
Wikipedia.

Stinky tofu?

"Stinky tofu is a Taiwanese form of fermented tofu that has a strong odor. It is usually sold at night markets or roadside stands as a snack, or in lunch bars as a side dish, rather than in restaurants."
Wikipedia.

Stinky tofu?
Yuck.
No.
Yes.
Maybe.
........

"Fried spider is a regional delicacy in Cambodia. In the Cambodian town of Skuon, the vending of fried spiders as a specialty snack is a popular attraction for tourists passing through this town."
Wikipedia.

However, these are also consumed in China.

"Fried spider is a regional delicacy in Cambodia. In the Cambodian town of Skuon, the vending of fried spiders as a specialty snack is a popular attraction for tourists passing through this town."
Wikipedia.

However, these are also consumed in China.
Sure.
Eww!
Nooo!!
Yes!!

"Beggar's Chicken is a Chinese dish of chicken that is stuffed, wrapped in clay, and slowly baked at low heat. It can take six hours to prepare a single serving."
Wikipedia.

"Beggar's Chicken is a Chinese dish of chicken that is stuffed, wrapped in clay, and slowly baked at low heat. It can take six hours to prepare a single serving."
 Wikipedia.
No.
Yes.
Maybe?
Probably not.

"Peking duck is a dish from Beijing that has been prepared since the imperial era. The meat is characterized by its thin, crisp skin, with authentic versions of the dish serving mostly the skin and little meat, sliced in front of the diners by the cook."
Wikipedia.

"Peking duck is a dish from Beijing that has been prepared since the imperial era. The meat is characterized by its thin, crisp skin, with authentic versions of the dish serving mostly the skin and little meat, sliced in front of the diners by the cook."
Wikipedia.
Gross!
No..
Yes!
It looks great!
.....

"Hoisin sauce is a thick, fragrant sauce commonly used in Chinese cuisine as a glaze for meat, an addition to stir fries, or as dipping sauce. It is darkly colored in appearance and sweet and salty in taste."
Wikipedia.

"Hoisin sauce is a thick, fragrant sauce commonly used in Chinese cuisine as a glaze for meat, an addition to stir fries, or as dipping sauce. It is darkly colored in appearance and sweet and salty in taste."
Wikipedia.
Yes!
.....
Maybe.
No.
Definitely/Definitely not.

"Sweet bean sauce, also known as sweet flour sauce or sweet wheat paste, is a thick, smooth, dark brown or black paste with either a mild, savory or sweet flavor. It is commonly used in Northern Chinese cuisine, as well as Korean-Chinese cuisine."
Wikipedia.

"Sweet bean sauce, also known as sweet flour sauce or sweet wheat paste, is a thick, smooth, dark brown or black paste with either a mild, savory or sweet flavor. It is commonly used in Northern Chinese cuisine, as well as Korean-Chinese cuisine."
Wikipedia.
Yes!
No.
Maybe.
It doesn't sound good..
It looks great!