- 05/05/2017This is also very popular in the Philippines. Have you tried eating this? How does it taste? Share your thoughts!
Comments05/05/2017 #1 Vincent AndrewThe first time I was in the Philippines in 1990 I was asked to try the 'balut'. (Is that how you spell it? It's balut, right?) They said it's a local delicacy and I must try it. So cautiously and rather reservedly I tried it. The first thing I tasted was some kind of feather. I said. "What's this?" "Come on," they replied. "Finish it," I did. It tasted like egg but the feather in my mouth was the lasting impression I had. Not sure if I want to try it again :)
- 04/05/2017Your stay in Davao City (Philippines) wouldn't be complete if you haven't tried eating this! Despite of its sh*tty smell, the taste is quite the opposite. What kind of fruit is this? Tell me your thoughts!
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