What’s the most exotic food you’ve eaten?

OutreachNC asked adults and children our July question. Share your answer on our Facebook page.

Sushi. —Connie, 62

Seagull eggs. —Richard, 92

Squirrel stew and bear meat.  —Ann, 88

Snails. —Carolyn, 75

Turtle. —Hilda, 75

Frog legs. —Sylvia, 68

Rattlesnake, goat, turducken and armadillo, but not in the same meal. —Butch, 59

Conch. —Carolyn, 74

Barbecued goat. —Gordon, 73

Baked Alaska in Hong Kong. —Jane, 74

Balut (duck eggs) —Terry, 74

Lobster. —Steve, 73

Escargot in New York City. —Paula, 69

Thai food. —Melissa, 50

Mountain oysters. —Rick, 64

All kinds of fish. —James, 59

Korean food. —Janelle, 67

Yuca root. —Sharon, 62

I love calamari! —Lainee, 7

Tripe is my favorite. —Collin, 9

Raw oysters. —Bryce, 6

Alligator and chocolate-covered crickets. —Dawson, 10

My sister and I have eaten roasted opossum, squirrels, sassafras, cattail roots, acorns, oysters, alligator, raccoon, huckleberries, pawpaws, grasshoppers and dandelions. The Wild Game Cook-Off is a great event! —Emma, 15

Souse meat sandwich. —Robyn, 11

I tried Haggis when we were in Scotland. —Ella, 12

Eel and octopus … I love sushi! —David, 5

Spicy Korean Sea Snail Salad —Clara, 13

An eyeball. —Daliah, 12

Ostrich burger. Yum! —Ryan, 9

Anything I can catch. —OutreachNC Co-editor Jeeves, 4