If you've been itching to travel but aren't exactly the adventurous type when it comes to food, we're willing to bet these pictures will ease your wanderlust...
Sweden - Surstromming is herring fermented with just enough salt to keep it from spoiling. It's sold almost exclusively in a tin can nowadays. Good thing too, that means you can always bring it on the go with you!
Southeast Asia - Bird's nest soup (this dish is actually mostly made up of bird saliva...)
Israel (and many other countries) - Grasshoppers are typically fried and served with all sorts of delcious sauces. I guess?
Mexico - Escamol is known as "insect caviar" and is made up of edible ant larvae. Appetizing...
Japan - Shiokara is sashimi served in a dough made with the fish's guts. And it's served raw. Yum?
Scotland - Haggis is a traditional dish made with sheep's heart, liver, and lungs. It's seasoned with onions, oats and kidney fat. Enjoy your meal!
Japan - Shirako is essentially an animal's reproductive organs. That's all. And it looks like it's very creamy, if you're into that sort of thing?
Greenland - Muktuk is a traditional dish made with whale skin and flesh. It's served raw and preserved in vinegar.
Eastern Europe - Khash is a kind of stew made with a cow's head and feet. Mmmmmno thanks...
China - 100-year eggs are a delicacy in the Middle Kingdom. I'll take them fresh, personally.
Canada - Jellied moose nose. Those Canadians may be nice, but their choice of cuisine is a little... suspect.
Mexico - Tequila with a worm inside. Apparently you reach a whole new level if you eat it. I wouldn't know, and frankly I don't want to find out.