Century Eggs aka Stinky, Brown Eggs

Century Eggs aka Stinky, Brown Eggs

Get a taste of the famous Chinese delicacy, the century egg, also known as pidan egg or thousand-year egg, which is a duck, quail or chicken egg that’s been preserved for at least 3 months. The preservation technique causes the egg white to become a clear, amber jelly and the yolk to become a stinky green cream. Yummy, right? Watch as we tempt our co-workers with another culinary treasure that begs the question, Why Would You Eat That? QUESTION: How much we would have to pay you to try one? 0? 00? Watch More Why Would You Eat That?: goo.gl On Why Would You Eat That? we scour the globe for the most bizarre foods and explain why anyone would be crazy enough to eat them. You’ll be shocked to see how one man’s trash can actually be another man’s delicacy. Don’t forget to subscribe to Tasted for a new episode of Why Would You Eat That? every Friday! Subscribe to Tasted: goo.gl
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25 thoughts on “Century Eggs aka Stinky, Brown Eggs

  1. Tigger12359

    And DANG everyone’s comment is about how they enjoyed it! XD man i wish i was as brave as yall to try it D:…. ((v_v)/)

  2. Tigger12359

    Lol im scared to eat Centery eggs even though i never tried it xD! It just looks so squirmy,wierd and looks like its gunna jump at meh lol! xD

  3. Goldenkitten1

    Well, glad to see people are still making coherent responses to me. Except…you know…not coherent at all. I’m pretty sure you were attempting to insult me, but you should probably learn how to write in English before doing so.

  4. cleverjellybean

    You are American. I see.
    No fucks handed out that you don’t like it, just don’t be a dick about it.

    Oh wait, I don’t really care.

  5. cleverjellybean

    Like the best shit ever in congee !!!
    Have to say I’m pretty glad I have Chinese roots else I would never have the opportunity to eat and enjoy eating so much “exotic” stuff, freakin love durian etc.


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