Eating the world's oldest egg – Taiwan

Eating the world's oldest egg - Taiwan
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About This Episode:
Today we’re in Taiwan trying out the world’s oldest egg. JK. It’s actually just a few months old. Ok, I guess that still pretty good, but nowhere near to its namesake, the Century Egg. The Century Egg is a unique Chinese born food with strong flavors and a pungent aroma, but once you mix it with some rice porridge or tofu, it’s pretty damn good.

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  1. good video. My gf got me into this. I like the flavor but not the texture. so i cut it up into tiny tiny pieces and put it in congee w/ veggies and roasted meat

  2. All those reaction videos are overreacting. It's insulting for them to do a react video to a culture's food item imo. Because it's honestly no big deal if it's a delicacy in someone else's country. You may not like it sure, but you don't have to react to it as if it's the worst thing in the world when others would deem it a delicacy.

    Funny how all of them are western, just stating the facts here, hate on me if you want. And if anyone wants to put up an argument, be my guest, as long as it's backed up factually.

    I personally love century eggs and all things western… Probably why I'm ticked off by the fact that some people can't seem to respect another culture's delicacy. I mean how would u feel if your favorite food is the subject of a negative reaction as form of entertainment?

  3. Step 1.Crack a boiled egg
    2.Pell the shell
    3.put it deep in a cup of coke
    4.keep it in there about a day
    5.take out your century egg and enjoy!

  4. My family eats the egg alone. Yum.

    Me: I’m not gonna eat it looks like jello and some thing inside of it “MOM I DONT WANT ONE take the cheese”

  5. Why wouldn't the store owner want sonny to say the restraunt name. If he did the store owner would get more money. I mean the no giving her identity away, i respect that. but…

  6. People eat this with Vietnamese Phó I ate this, It makes Me dizzy lol but it’s Actually yum, I’m also Vietnamese So No hate.

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