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Top 5 Most Unusually Weird Looking Delicacies.

We eat food on a daily basis. We consume all different things ranging from plants to animals to insects (in some cases) also sea creatures. But I am sure you haven’t heard or eaten any of the following weird looking foods. Though they look inedible, let me assure you they are perfectly safe for consumption and also are very delicious. So here are the top 5 most unusually weird looking delicacies.

1. Finger Limes.

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Finger limes also called as Lime Caviar. The fruits are available in different colors like green, pink etc. These citrus fruits are eaten with seafood or are added to a cocktail. Finger limes are thorny shrubs that grow in the rainforest region of Queensland and New South Wales, Australia.

2. Sea Urchin.

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Sea Urchin also is known as ‘Uni’ is eaten as a delicacy all over the world. Sea Urchin has many different colors and it has a creamy consistency, along with an ocean brine flavor and a tinge of sweetness.

3. Buddha’s Hand.

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It is an unusually shaped citrus fruit which has finger-like sections. Buddha’s hand is a very popular fruit in China and Japan. It has many uses and can be used in desserts, savory dishes, beverages that may or may not contain alcohol, or in sweets and candy.

4. Abalone.

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Abalone is available in shark-infested waters and areas with dangerous water currents. Though being living in such conditions the shellfish is still a very popular delicacy in parts of the world. It is the most expensive shellfish in the world. It very rare and difficult to find.

5. Geoduck.

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Geoduck is a large sea water clam. The pronunciation of the word is as ‘gooey duck’. It is the largest edible sea water clam. The Chinese consider it as a delicacy. Also, the geoduck is an aphrodisiac because of its penis-like shape. The geoduck is the longest living creature in the world, it oldest is 168 years old. It is mostly available in Canada and the United States of America. Research also states that the geoduck is the largest burrowing clam in the world.

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