I love blue because of the sense of freedom that transmits. A clearsky, an ocean, a lake in the mountains. Blue things carry freedom within. I love the fragrance of white musk because it has a wild scent, likethe woods in whichonly the brave can get in. Einaudi and his notes always take me far away, where no one can find me.
Bats, spiders, sheep’s innards sausages, stewed lamb heads or cheese with worms, but also bulls and guinea pigs: all this and more awaits you at the Museum of disgusting foods in the world. Are you ready?
The Swedish city of Malmö celebrated Halloween in a very special way this year. On October 31 is the grand openingof the “first anti-waste restaurant” with more than 80 of the least attractive foods on the planet. From fermented eggs, a Chinese delicacy, to durian, an exotic Asian fruit forbidden in public places due to its unpleasant odor, from casu marzu toa bat-based dish, there is something for everyone.
In fact, each of these foods, expertly selected by the curators AndreasAhrense Samuel West, tell a story, of an entire culture, but also aims to help change our ideas in terms of a sustainable economy.
The idea of the museum has a noble endeavor to change our ideas in terms of disgusting foods like insects that are the food of the future.
The Museum of disgusting foods encourages visitors to explore the food world and overcome their biases to understand that not only what is appealing to the eye is good and edible. All the foods in the museum are real, still eaten today and have great historical significance in some part of the world.
The foods are available in some cases for tasting, for the curious and the real daredevers.
The exhibition is temporary, not permanent and it will be open to the public from October31 to January27 2019. Adult tickets are 18 euros and children get in free.
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