Ewwww, so you really eat this sh*t?
The termites eaten in Kenya aren’t the ones that you see munching on wooden cupboards.These local termites are either eaten alive or fried.
2. Cow Blood and Milk
Raw cow’s blood and milk are mixed and used as a ritual drink during special occasions. The blood is obtained by cutting the cow’s jugular artery which allows blood-letting without killing the animal.
Mutura, often nicknamed “African sausage,” is Kenya’s traditional blood sausage. Fresh blood binds and provides a powerful umami kick to the offal and meat of a cow, lamb, or goat, before the whole mixture is simmered, stuffed into intestines, and grilled.
4. Crocodile Kebab
5. Elephant Steak
6. Fried grasshoppers
Besides eating, the same grasshoppers are collected and put on the fire by some who believe the smoke can keep ghosts away.
Some people eat dirt because they believe it is a way to relieve stomach pain and it’s also a religious practice.