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Spain's weirdest food

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Spain's weirdest food
Yes, that's exactly how you're suppose to eat calçots. Photo: Jake Belucci
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Ever wondered what the weirdest dish in Spain is? Read on to find out.

When it comes to food, the Spanish are certainly a resourceful bunch.

They eat pigs' ears and  bulls' tails, and that's just for starters. 

IN PICTURES: Spain's Weirdest Foods

In this 'gut-wrenching' list, The Local takes you on a culinary journey down the more bizarre alleyways of Spanish cuisine.

Be prepared to be surprised though, some of these seemingly disgusting meals are truly delicious.

Have we missed any out? Tell us about the weirdest Spanish dish you've ever tried.

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