Bizzare foods in Chinese food courts / street foods

Scorpions on a stick Whole Pigeons on Sticks Article: Century Eggs: What Are They, Anyway? Long story short, century eggs are preserved eggs. They are also referred to as thousand-year eggs or millennium eggs, but are not preserved for a millennium, one thousand years, or even a century. The process actually takes anywhere from a few weeks to a few months, and involves soaking eggs in a saline solution. Duck, quail or chicken eggs can be used. The solution usually consists of clay and salt, but can also include ash, quicklime and rice hulls. It causes the yolk of the eggs to take on a creamy, cheese-like texture, and transforms the whites into a dark-colored jelly. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/13/century-eggs_n_2672216.html chicken feet Additional credits: https://theheartthrills.wordpress.com/2013/11/22/i-admire-them-the-chinese-eat-them/ http://www.thebittenword.com/thebittenword/2011/12/the-wackiest-strange-exotic-food-china.html

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