Canned Foods You Won’t Believe

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You’re probably used to seeing vegetables and soup in a can, but you can get all kinds of crazy things in a can.
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Squid

People use this to make soup or stew.
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Sago Worms

This Asian delicacy is eaten raw or roasted as a snack.
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Pigeon Pate

This is usually eaten on bread or crackers.
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Candwich

Imagine a peanut butter and jelly sandwich in a can!
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Liver Spread

Liver spread is often used to give flavor to sliced bread.
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Grass Jelly

This is an Asian dessert that is usually served with fruit.
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Lasagna

Instead of preparing a lasgna, simply open a can and you’re all set to go.
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Rattlesnake

People use rattlesnake meat much like they would fish or chicken.
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Rice with Crocodile

Yes, you can eat crocodile. In this case, it’s combined with fried rice.
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Pork Brains

Pig brains are used in a variety of dishes in certain cultures.
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Rhino Beetle Larvae

This is another snack that’s eaten straight from the can in some parts of the world.
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Haggis

This is a sausage made from a sheep’s stomach and mixed with oatmeal and other organ meats. It’s common in Scotland.
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Reindeer Pate

Made from Swedish reindeer, this meat spread is often served at Christmas.
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Cheeseburger

We can thank the Germans for making a cheeseburger in a can.
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Tarantula

Many cultures serve tarantula and the one in this can is salted and baked.
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Roasted Scorpions

Each can contains a whole scorpion and is very popular in Thailand.
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Whole Chicken

Pull this out of the can for a holiday dinner or when you want to impress your guests.
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Bear Pate

This pate, made with bear meat, is popular in Finland.
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Silkworms

In Korea, Vietnam and China, silkworms are eaten as a snack.
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