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A tradition for Sardinians and is literally translated to “rotten maggot cheese”. As disgusting as it sounds, Casu Marzu is actually considered a delicacy by some. It is basically just sheep’s milk that is laid outside to allow flies to lay eggs inside which then hatch into maggots and feed on the cheese causing fermentation. When eaten, the larvae survive and wiggle through the consumer’s intestinal walls which causes severe illness. Also, it has been banned by the Europe Union Bizarre Foods, World Recipes, Food Humor, Rotten, Delicacy, Pudding, Cheese, Yummy, Ethnic Recipes
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A tradition for Sardinians and is literally translated to “rotten maggot cheese”. As disgusting as it sounds, Casu Marzu is actually considered a delicacy by some. It is basical... 
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