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MBFF - Most Bizarre Food Flavors - 2013 Edition!

Posted Mar 8, '14 at 6:53pm

Ernie15

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How about these?


China needs to export some flavors to the rest of the world so we can enjoy them as much as they do. My favorites are the fruity blends, such as Raspberry/Blueberry, Mango/Orange, and Grape/Peach. If China wasn't so expensive, I would consider going there just for the Oreos.

I wouldn't, but you know, dramatic effect.

How about some gingerbread oreos for christmas?


As far as Christmas Oreos go, these aren't too bad:

http://blogs.houstonpress.com/eating/peppermintoreo.jpg

But I'd still prefer gingerbread to peppermint, Oreo or not.

I remember someone on an earlier page taking regular Oreos and deep-frying them.


You can find them as well as other deep-fried delicacies on this page.

And as to why people deep-fry them, it's because they're delicious. Drizzle some chocolate and caramel syrup on them, throw in some powdered sugar, and you have one of the greatest desserts ever.

have you heard of partners in research


No, but if you mean this organization, it's on the east coast, so it's a no-go.
 

Posted Mar 8, '14 at 7:21pm

gh0sts

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You can have berry burst Oreos. I've grown tired of them, despite how delicious they are.


I tried those once. I love strawberry ice cream, and I love Oreos, but the combination was too rich for me.
 

Posted Mar 8, '14 at 7:24pm

MRWalker82

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In honor of my undead friends I'm introducing new brain flavored jelly belly candies!

 

Posted Mar 8, '14 at 8:51pm

Bender124

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No, but if you mean this organization, it's on the east coast, so it's a no-go.


thats the one i'm talking about
 

Posted Mar 9, '14 at 3:48am

DrElmer

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551 posts

I guess anything deep-fried sounds an awful lot better than deep-fried butter. How can you eat something like that without dying right away?

In honor of my undead friends I'm introducing new brain flavored jelly belly candies!


Do they use artificial flavors or are we talking the real deal here? I know a few organic-only zombies who can be very picky about the candy they bite into.
 

Posted Mar 9, '14 at 8:07am

09philj

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http://uploads.neatorama.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/candwich-sandwich-in-a-can.jpg
0_0 Just 0_0

 

Posted Mar 9, '14 at 8:56pm

Ernie15

Ernie15

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The Candwich is a MBFF classic, making its first MBFF appearance on April 30, 2011. What I find strangest about it is the fact that they decided to shape it not like a soup can, but rather like a soda can, pull-tab and everything.

It is not, however, the strangest thing MBFF has seen in a can.

http://img36.imageshack.us/img36/8791/bmcannedbread.jpg

http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQMxq2CrC9JOGN5FlX53L0SYq56bjV7pBfgWJNJEJcWt6I7TYVe

http://img.xcitefun.net/users/2009/08/107641,xcitefun-a96711-tongues.jpg

http://www.seriouseats.com/images/20090430-cannedchicken-shloop.jpg

In honor of my undead friends I'm introducing new brain flavored jelly belly candies!


It's about time. Zombie children are growing tired of Brain Pops.

http://www.zombiegift.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/zombie-gifts-zombie-brain-pops-brain-lollipops-brain-sucker-zombie-gifts-zombie-candy-zombie-merchandise-zombie-products-560x373.jpg

They're even tired of their cardiovascular counterpart.

http://www.niftycandy.com/images/gummyheartpop.jpg

I guess anything deep-fried sounds an awful lot better than deep-fried butter. How can you eat something like that without dying right away?


I'll eat almost anything deep-fried, and even I won't eat deep-fried butter. I hate butter to begin with, however, so that plays a major role in this decision.
 

Posted Mar 10, '14 at 11:43am

09philj

09philj

2,777 posts

This is a century egg, a traditional chinese dish.
http://www.endalldisease.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Century-eggs.jpg
It is made by preserving duck, chicken or quail eggs in a mixture of clay, ash, salt, quicklime, and rice hulls for several weeks to several months, depending on the method of processing. They are often eaten raw.

 

Posted Mar 11, '14 at 4:45pm

gh0sts

gh0sts

888 posts

Candwich doesn't actually look all that bad. I don't know how I feel about liquid cereal, but there's something seriously messed up about that chicken-thing in a can.

What does a century egg taste like?

 

Posted Mar 12, '14 at 12:00am

Ernie15

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If a century egg was a hard crystal or a decorative stone and not some smelly gelatinous blob, it could pass for beautiful.

I don't know how I feel about liquid cereal


I would imagine the cereal part would be exceptionally soggy, having sat in that milk-like substance for so long. Something similar to when you leave cereal in milk for a few hours.

What does a century egg taste like?


That's the question on everyone's mind. Lucky for you all, this guy seems to (sort of) have the answer.

Passage from the article:

It was that bad. I was trying to move my head away from the taste and smell that were in my assaulting me. Again if I focused for a moment and really tried to taste it, there was a pretty good rich yolk texture and egg flavor but the wafting scent of ammonia in my nostrils was more than I was willing to put up with in order to enjoy an egg.

I'm sure Balut is much better.

http://www.gpwa.org/forum/attachments/eatting-filipino-balut-2019d1308525737-balut1.jpg

But then again, I'm not so sure about anything anymore.
 
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