Sweden’s Disgusting Food Museum explores what our revulsions say about us

It’s not the fermented shark, it’s you.

At the Disgusting Food Museum in Malmo, Sweden, which opens on Oct. 29, foods like fermented horse milk, stinky tofu, jell-o salad, and licorice are not just on display to inspire eeeewwwws. According to founder Samuel West, the museum invites a larger conversation about why we eat the things we do, and what it means to be repelled by something another culture, or another individual, might treasure.

“Even though disgust is a universal, hardwired...


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