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10 Food Items That You Can t Buy in Every Country

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Vegemite

A savory spread made from yeast extract, popular in Australia but less common in other countries.

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Balut

A developing bird embryo (usually duck) boiled and eaten as a delicacy, commonly consumed in Southeast Asian countries like the Philippines.

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Haggis

A traditional Scottish dish made from sheep's offal (heart, liver, and lungs) mixed with oatmeal and spices, not commonly found outside of Scotland.

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Durian

A tropical fruit with a strong odor that is beloved by some and despised by others, often restricted or unavailable due to its smell in certain countries or public places.

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Poutine

A Canadian dish consisting of French fries topped with cheese curds and smothered in gravy, less commonly found outside of Canada.

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Veggie Mite

Similar to Vegemite, Veggie Mite (New Zealand) or Marmite (UK) are yeast-based spreads that have a distinct taste, which may not be as widely available in every country.

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In-N-Out Burger

A popular fast-food chain primarily found in the western United States, limiting its availability outside of this region.

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Fugu

A Japanese delicacy made from pufferfish that contains a toxic substance if not prepared properly, leading to limited availability due to safety concerns.

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Moose Meat

Moose is a large game animal primarily found in North America and Northern Europe, making moose meat less accessible in other parts of the world.

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M nuka Honey

A premium honey produced in New Zealand from the nectar of the m nuka tree, it may not be as widely available or affordable in all countries.

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