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Bizarre Food trends around the globe.



From CAT-PAW flavoured ice cream to a pudding shaped like a live puppy: The most bizarre food trends from around the world revealed Gazing at this menu of unusual delectables, the overwhelming question is: why? 

It seems that some food vendors will go to great lengths in order to stand out. Thai dessert shop Wilaiwan, in Pathun Thani, for example, has started selling very realistic-looking coconut cream puppy puddings. 

Schmatz Beer Dining, a German-themed restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, uses candyfloss and syrup atop one of its classic cheese pizzas.

And organizers of the 2017 Japan Pet Fair have created marshmallow-infused ice cream designed to mimic the texture and flavour of a cat's paw. 

Throw in cookies made with real dead wasps, again in Japan; and sushi doughnuts in Sydney, and you've got yourself quite the culinary conundrum. 


Thai dessert shop Wilaiwan, in Pathun Thani, has started selling these very realistic-looking coconut cream puppy puddings served on a bed of jelly


Images of the edible-hounds swiftly went viral on social media, dividing opinion as to whether they are creepy or cute



Organizers of the 2017 Japan Pet Fair have created ice cream designed to mimic the texture and flavour of a cat's paw for a price of 380 yen (£2.60). Why? We have no idea


Schmatz Beer Dining, a German-themed restaurant in Tokyo, uses candyfloss and syrup atop one of its classic cheese pizzas


In the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta you can get Kopi Joss, coffee served with a chunk of red-hot coal. It was apparently invented in the 1960s to ease stomach problems


In Japan, you can buy these very-real 'wasp cakes' widely, including on Amazon. Why? Again, we're stumped


These colourful Sushi doughnuts are doing the rounds in Australia's Sydney markets - bread-shaped rice topped with fish and avocado


This cocktail, named the Aragog, was invented by Romeo Palomares, chief mixologist at the Luciferina Bar, in Mexico City, and uses the pure venom of a tarantula 


Gold sheet ice cream, sold in Japan's Asakusa, is believed to promote youth, and retails for around £6 a cone


This curry house in Japan, and many others in the country, serves up dishes in the shape of the popular Pikachu Pokemon character


This Japanese Morinaga pancake beverage does exactly what it says on the tin. Tastes like pancakes


No, these are not shoes. It's a new edible line from master chocolatier Motohiro Okai of Rihga Royal Hotel’s L’éclat, in Osaka, Japan. Cost per pair? 29,160 yen (£200)


The tourist who shared this image of a star apple, native to the West Indies, remarked: 'We ate this. it was weird'

Source: daily mail uk.

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