British Foods The Rest Of The World Thinks Are Weird

Written by Robert J. Matthews

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A blood sausage composed of oatmeal, suet, and swine blood.

1. Black Pudding

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While prevalent in the United Kingdom, some may find the notion of consuming congealed blood peculiar.

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The flavor of marmite, a yeast extract condiment, is divisive.

2. Marmite Madness

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British citizens idolize its umami, salty kick, whereas others may find its robust flavor to be an unappealing breakfast option.

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Traditional to East London, jellied eels consist of simmered eels in a spiced stock; they are precisely as they sound. 

3. Jellied Eels Jamboree

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A flavor for the shaky consistency may require practice.

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Haggis, a Scottish delicacy, is comprised of oats, spices, and sheep's heart, liver, and lungs enclosed in the stomach of a sheep. 

4. Haggis Hesitation 

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Certain palates may find its unique constituents to be off-putting.

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