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Is Street Food From Around The World For You?

You couldn't imagine eating some of these.

Would you go to Italy and not try a real Italian pizza? Or go to Japan and not have authentic Japanese sushi? The answers to those questions seem obvious, but would you try street food from around the world?

In a recent video from Buzzfeed, people sent in clips of food they've encountered from street vendors in their travels, and some of it is, well, questionable.

The balut egg is a developing duck embryo that is boiled and then eaten, but is a common delicacy in countries such as the Philippines (as shown in the video) and Laos.

Check out the video above for a wide range of street food, from tasty to terrifying. What's the best (or craziest) thing you've eaten from a street vendor? Let us know in the comments below!

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