By frenchqueen
1 years ago

Exotic Street Food: Balut

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This exotic street food originated from and is commonly sold as street food in the Philippines. It's a developing bird embryo (usually a duck) that is boiled and eaten from the shell (yummy!).

Most Filipino people love to eat this with beer but it's not only popular in the Philippines but in other southeast asian countries too. I remember particularly that every time I visit Cambodia, I'd see people selling this on the street too. According to wikipedia, this is also available in Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. However, I have never ever seen this being sold in Thailand, probably because I stayed in Bangkok and not in the province.

Eating this can be controversial due to religious and health reasons.
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maca1 So nice artikle
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carmen3521 Interesting! Good for you! No for me.. 🙈
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Violeta Very nice article dear
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Deliana Interesting article! I heard about this exotic food, but not for me...
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Tomi Very good article
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dorageorg So great!
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Nevena83 nice post😃
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Melsdename Looks delicious.
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frenchqueen Thanks @maca1
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frenchqueen It’s not for everybody. 😂 @carmen3521
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frenchqueen Thanks @Violeta
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frenchqueen Yeah not for everybody @Deliana
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frenchqueen Thanks @Tomi
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frenchqueen When I was a kid I never thought they were. But it’s just tastes like boiled egg. Just a little tastier. @Melsdename
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Jelenajeca nice article dear
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kavinitu So nice article 😊👍
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frenchqueen Thanks for the comment @Jelenajeca
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frenchqueen Thank you @kavinitu
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OlgaLifeLover how much cost it?
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frenchqueen About 0.37USD @OlgaLifeLover
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frenchqueen Very. It’s just an egg after all @OlgaLifeLover
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