Eat at your own risk

20 Nov

I have gotten pretty good at figuring out what I am eating in China.  After four years, the surprises come much less frequently.  However, I was still thrown for a loop on a flight last week when I received the following in my airplane dinner box.

Look carefully at the bottom right corner – those are olives.  It was olive candy.

I’ve tried a lot of things.  It was truly one of the most disgusting things I have ever eaten.  Eat at your own risk.

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