T he boys from Without Borders are on the food hunt again. This time they find a real gem in the streets of Manila. Guess starring Balut (duck embryo). This was one of the first umm… odd things to say the least that we had tried.
balut-kwek kwek After all the shit we ate after balut, it would be a piece of cake and I would eat it again in a second! The flavour was unreal once you get past the thought of what you are actually eating.

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World travellers, Chefs and television personalities. Without Borders take food, travel and adventure and make short videos that has been turned in to a television series called Chefs Run Wild.

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    […] figured we could stomach just about anything. Thinking back at the first time I tried BALUT for instance (boiled duck embryo). At the time, I had to use all of my energy to stop myself from […]

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