Top 10 Worst Foods in the World By Simon Majumdar Published March 02, 2011 I don’t think I am ever going to convince anybody that what I do for a living — traveling and eating — could be counted as one of life’s tougher jobs. I am usually placed in the enviable position of spending time in fascinating places and eating amazing food prepared for me by talented and generous cooks. That said, on more than one occasion I have been faced with a particularly challenging local delicacy that I have had to force down as enthusiastic locals watch for my reaction. Some are challenging because they contain ingredients alien to a Western palate, others because they are made using techniques like fermenting, which makes them an acquired taste. However, some are just objectively nasty and should be mentioned in the Geneva Convention. <snip> http://www.foxnews.com/health/2011/03/01/10-worst-foods-world/ Looking over the list, I've never tried any of these items. Has anyone tried them? Are they as bad as this guy makes them out to be? Do you think there should be any additions or changes to the list?