15 Countries with the Worst Food, Unhealthiest Cuisines in the World

This article will bring you to the list of the countries with the worst food, unhealthiest cuisines in the world. Insider Monkey has recently published an arresting article about it. Obesity means serious danger in our rushing world. As we live more and more comfortably, but we move less and less our modern society needs to face with lots of illnesses due to obesity. We eat much more than we would need and if our national cuisine is unhealthy it means hard risk, too.

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Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of countries with the worst food, unhealthiest cuisines in the world from their list.

The Antigua and Barbuda. With traditional dishes like “goat water” and “fungie,” you would think the food in Antigua and Barbuda would leave something to be desired. However, the term “water” is often referred to as a soup and although fungie sounds a but funky — it’s nothing like what it sounds like! The cornmeal dish is still an acquired taste, but nothing compared to what it makes you think of! The second item on our short list now is Trinidad and Tobago. You’re going to notice real quick how many of these countries adopted other country’s dishes and put their own spin on them. Take the national dish of Trinidad and Tobago, “pelau”, for instance. Somewhat of a twist on a rice pilaf with coconut milk and sugar, often cardamom, cumin, coriander and cloves served with a meat of some sort (sometimes even seafood!). And what’ll ya know! They got this stuff called Black Pudding that might sound like an interesting dessert, but it’s actually practically Haggis. At last, but not least let’s check out Vanuatu. Like many of what are considered to be the countries with the worst food, unhealthiest cuisines in the world, I would definitely try this country’s national dish. Laplap doesn’t really sound like it would be anything too exciting, and it’s really not! But I have to say, I’m intrigued by the simplicity of the dish. It is made by pounding the roots of taro, yam or even breadfruit into something like a dough. It is then cooked in an underground oven (like many tropical island dishes) with coconut cream and a meat of some sort (typically chicken, beef or pork) and wrapped in taro or—less common—spinach leaves.

For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 15 countries with the worst food, unhealthiest cuisines in the world.

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