Weird Foods from Different Times!

The great depression to the 60’s and ’70s:

Any food put in a mold and covered by Jelly:

Salad consisting of olives, carrot and visible green and yellow cut fruit covered in a blob of Green Jell-O

This was a time when happiness was a rare thing to find, and they were probably just trying to have a light at the end of the tunnel. Let’s just be glad that this weird food didn’t stick


Astronaut food:

Chocolate sticks covered in tin foil

This was probably an extremely cool trend in the 60’s for children to have, but now I think that we really wouldn’t welcome it with open hands…


Iced tea with cheese topping:

Iced tea, topped with cream whipped cheese floating on top

Honestly, this trend was weird and I am glad that it’s done, it might have been extremely delicious and the rest of the world was too closed minded to see it, but I doubt it…


Deep fried beer:

salty pastries with visible black blob of beer

I don’t know what all the fuss is about on this trend, I really think that this is really, just, NO.

First century BC:


Cute Dormouse closing its eyes lying on a hand

This is most likely one of the most gruesome things I have ever seen, but then again, we have eaten rabbits and horses and lots more, so really, I think that we really have a say on this…

16th century:

Poison pancakes:

full pancakes covered with blackberries and raspberries and a weird vomit textured sauce

What would you like today? On the menu we have… Chicken! Goose! and of course, the meal of the day….Poison pancakes which will definitely not kill you! *awkward chuckle* This restaurant would definitely have been where anyone would have liked to take their enemy… *

Somewhere around the 11th and 12th century:

Blood soup:

A bowl of blood soup with what looks like spices on top of it

I have nothing to say… The picture already has me sick to my stomach. This is made with pig’s blood I believe, but no gruesome explanation will ever change my mind about this dish.

18th century:

Roosters, chopped up and made into beer:

Animated hand holding beer jug

I really don’t have anything to say about this, absolutely nothing. At this point I am ashamed to be a human.

World War 2:

Candle Wax:

burning candle, almost run out

Can you blame them, really? I mean, they probably had nothing else to, you know… They were probably at loss and needed food really bad.

The 1930s:


Crow standing on a stone / rock

No. Just, No. I have no words.

I think that we could all agree that this post changed my views on humanity…

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