2. Casu Marzu
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Brimming with live insect larvae, this Italian cheese might just bite back. These tiny maggots form in cheese that has been matured to the extent of decomposition and can jump as far as six inches! It is made by removing the rind from Pecorino cheese so the cheese fly is able to lay its eggs. When it’s finally ready to eat, Casu Marzu will be extremely soft and contain thousands of maggots.