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>> If you have ever wondered what sheep eyeball juice might smell like, smell no further. Sweden has opened a museum dedicated to disgusting food from around the world. Visitors are faced with cooked animal skulls, maggot-riddled cheese, and fruit bat soup. But one item is by far the worst, so says this expert.
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>> The most disgusting and the most smelliest item we have here, it's a fermented sort of rotten Icelandic shark. It tastes like chewing on a urine infested mattress.>> For some, the experience is too much to stomach, so tickets also double as sick bags for queasier guests. The Malmo Museum aims to change our relationship with food.
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But can some of the globe's most notorious delicacies transform opinion? You'll have to try the Chinese dead mouse wine to find out.