In one section, he explores the Chinese practice of eating congealed blood in cubes. It's usually pig's blood and it has a metallic taste. Blood is also eaten in the form of blood sausages, where blood is mixed with a grain and put in a casing.
There is also a Scandinavian dish of fermented herring, which is stored in tin cans. When the cans bulge into a rounded shape, they are ready to eat.
Lime jello made with cream cheese is found in the "Jello Belt," a region of the United States that stretches across Utah, where jello is popular.
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