As an international student from Taiwan, I (Kuan) have eaten probably thousands of 1000 year old eggs until I found out it is officially one of the most disgusting foods in the world. So, what is 1000 year old egg? The Chinese cover raw eggs—duck, chicken and sometimes quail—with a mix of clay, ash, quicklime, salt, and straw and let them sit for weeks or months to cure. The yolks turn deep-green and soften; the whites disintegrate into a transparent amber jelly. Reeking of sulphur, they’re served with silken tofu or pork, scallions and ginger, in the rice porridge known as congee, or simply as part of a banquet platter of cold finger foods.

Let’s check out how Remy thinks about 1000 year old egg.

1000 year old eggs are sold in most Chinese supermarkets today in the US.
But the question is DO YOU DARE?

Please comment and tell us how you think of a 1000 year old egg if you have eaten or not eaten one.

What is something you find delicious but most people would disagree with you?