Why Would You Eat That? – Frog Fallopian Tubes

Find out why anyone would want to eat the glandular fatty tissue that surrounds a frog's fallopian tube.

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In the newest installment of “Why Would You Eat That?”, we look at hasma – otherwise known as the glandular fatty tissue that surrounds a frog’s fallopian tubes.

Reported health benefits from consuming hasma include helping to replenish the lungs, kidneys, and even improving your skin’s complexion.


Find out how hasma tastes and why this extremely disgusting-looking food is a delicacy in China.