“Snack”, anyone? Yum..

What? Snake and Snack does sound quite similar ler. And we do have snake meat here, RM30 per KG, tho I have not eaten before and it’s very rare too. It’s available only when they happened to encounter it in their farms or resident areas.

I really misheard when I was hanging out with Maru and Rokku the other day in KL. They were so shocked. Hahah.

Okay. I think I’m scaring my friends away from visiting me. Hahah

By the way, how adventurous are you in food? What’s the most adventurous/exotic you have tried or going to try?

For me, so far I have tried fried crickets, fried pupae, fried mealworm, pig brains, ants egg in Thailand. I wanted to try Sago worms badly. I heard it’s good and as a Sarawakian, I must at least try once. XD

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Honestly, beside exotic food, we do have so called normal food and unique one too. hahah don’t be scared. You can check out this list I made. I think useful for anyone who is coming to Kuching. What’s so interesting about our food is it is totally different from those Peninsular.

:: Kuching Food Guide Pdf Donwload ::

I will blog about the food later after Raya.  😉

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 Here’s a pic of snake meat cooked with herbs.

Photo courtesy of  Sarawakianaii Blog

And here’s the Sago worms. 😀

Photo courtesy of NicoleKiss

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You are trapped in a room for days without food and these are the two food offered.

So Snake or “Snack”?  If you have to choose one.  XD

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