What is the most UNUSUAL food that you have in your kitchen now? For me, it is probably Turkey Bologna... Maybe not so unusual but i have?
never bought or eaten it before. Don't enjoy it much. I will stick to regular beef or pork bologna from now on. What about you?
- ckngbbblsLv 710 months ago
braunschweiger...LOVE it. A braunschweiger sandwich with sliced raw onions! Yummy
- wind_updollLv 710 months ago
Foods comprised of alternate ingredients aren’t the same (turkey bacon, hot dogs, etc.) although they’re supposed to be healthier.
- jamesLv 710 months ago
Not unusual for here. But a dozen extra large frozen rock crabs in the freezer. Put them in there while still alive. Also some 10 to 12 inch sardines froze to deep fry. Fresh caught. Around a 1/4 of a water buffalo butchered & froze,& also goat. fish, chicken,pork in the freezer. Fresh spices out of the garden picked as needed. Also soon to be added a cat if I catch it back in my Kava pond.
- 10 months ago
Probably the strangest thing currently in my kitchen is dried lobster mushrooms, as I got them to try
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- JohnnieLv 710 months ago
Just had a jar of home canned squash,and cabbage soup,from a friend very interesting food that.
- AntonLv 610 months ago
Transylvanian cave cheese. Interesting, different.
Tastes somewhere between an aged gouda and parmesan.
- 10 months ago
- tedLv 510 months ago
(Cheese is not used in the food of my culture, so having cheese is unusual)
- Anonymous10 months ago
I've got shitake mushrooms that no cashier ever has known what they are, even if I have to tell them and see them again.
I know a tea place that buys 64oz of ginger concentrate and 2oz of real vanilla beans. That's $200 worth of flavoring you can fit in a small purse and explains why your tea there costs $8.