10 strange fast food items abroad

In the US, fast food can get pretty predictable: Burgers, fries, chicken, and a taco or a fish sandwich, if you’re feeling adventurous. Leave it to our international brethren to show us how to loosen up and live a little. Take a look at ten wacky fast food items from around the world.

By , Correspondent

3. Kimchi croquettes (Dunkin' Donuts Korea)

Back in 2009, Dunkin’ Donuts released a line of health-conscious donuts and pastries, in various countries around the world, including a lentil cocoa donut in India, a yogurt-filled donut in Greece, and the Kimchi croquette, in Korea. Kimchi, for those who don’t know, is a savory vegetable dish made with cabbage and onions and  a common snack staple in Korea. A croquette is basically a stuffed donut without a hole. It sells for 1,300 won, or about $1.15 US.

Would we eat it? : Depends on how you feel about cabbage.

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