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Eating Indian Food with your Hands | India Travel

Travel Tips: Eating Indian Food with your Hands . Many first time travelrs to India are often surprised to find out that eating with your hands in India is okay. You’d use it as you might use a utensil. It’s used as a scoop, can be used to mix food up and shovel it into […]

May 17, 2016 5
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Deep Fried Bugs | 6 Must try Bugs of Thailand

Eating Bugs Taste Test Challenge | Bangkok, Thailand  (Click here if you can’t see the video) During my trip to Bangkok, I wanted to try eating deep fried bugs. The first time I was in Thailand, I did a video of myself eating a cricket but this time I wanted to try more. I went in […]

January 5, 2016 10
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VIDEO Travel Tip: How to Eat Street Food (for unadventurous eaters)

Have you ever wished you could be adventurous enough to try street food in a foreign country, but unfortunately, the foreign foods you saw intimidated you? When I don’t know much about a country’s food culture and I don’t recognize their street food options, I get to feeling that way. Intimidated. Faint-hearted,  I’m standing o…

July 5, 2013 5
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VIDEO: Eating bugs in Thailand

“Go ahead honey, be a good girl/boy and eat your bugs. ” This something you could be telling your child some day and if you do, you’d not be alone. Over 2 billion people in the world supplement their diets with … you guessed it,.. bugs!

June 4, 2013 5
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Cambodia Fear Factor foods

By the time I got to Cambodia, after having visiting much of Southeast Asia, I found there really wasn’t many Fear Factor Foods I haven’t seen.

‘Same Same’… but not too different.

In fact, the prize Fear Factor foods of Khmer folk seemed to share its neighbors’ palettes.

Here’s a few interesting foods as well as, a couple of players I haven’t yet seen…

April 12, 2012 29
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Fear Factor Foods Korea : How Fresh is Korean food ?

It’s all too easy for a foreigner like myself, to point a camera and say, Ewww to foreign foods I’m not culturally raised with nor understand. That’s why in this post, I’d like to applaud Korea for is its proud aspiration towards healthy and FRESH foods. And …to say, Ewww.

September 19, 2011 11
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Fear Factor Foods in Laos

As an American, I’ve lived most of my life in a shiny glass bubble…

So for me, traveling is my time to experience bold new adventures and broaden the glossy sheen of my bubble. One of the greatest thrills for me in visiting Asian/Southeast Asian countries, is encountering the unique culture shock or Fear Factor (see my Korea post here) of its different cuisines.

August 22, 2011 12
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Fear Factor Korea! Foods Which May Make You Cringe (Pt I)

Sometimes you’re better off not knowing what you’re eating and Korea is just a land of too much information. Why? The food is actually really delicious and many westerners will tell you so but getting it past the gates of your eyes won’t be easy. You might lose all desire to order anything more than a pizza!

October 11, 2010 20
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Fear Factor Vietnam: Photos of Sapa Markets & Hilltribe Groups

Not far from my hotel, where D Phan Si Road off-shoots onto a smaller street, D Tue Tinh, you’ll find Sapa market. It’s a local market of tobacco, produce and meat and a bit of a spectacle for unsuspecting tourists, as you’ll be able to get a glimpse of the local delicacies that tempt the village palate. For vegans and vegetarians, you may not want to enter the meat section– it can feel pretty hardcore

September 5, 2010 0
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