South Korean Sannakji has wriggling octopus. Visitors enjoy tongue tentacle chewing, but suction cups can choke.

Drinken shrimp are live freshwater shrimp soaked in alcohol and served in Jiangsu and Zhejiang, China. Shrimp move when eaten, making dining unique.

Japanese odori don is made of rice and small squid. Serving sliced squid with soy sauce may move the tentacles, making it unsettling.

Ikizokuri slices and serves live fish as soon as possible. To emphasize freshness, diners see the fish before cooking. Conflicting regional delicacies concern animal welfare.

After partial cooking, the fish's reflexes give the appearance of being alive on a plate. At dinner, guests can see fish.

Frog sashimi is a delicacy in Shinjuku, Japan. People slice open frogs alive and serve their hearts with other parts.

Casu marzu is a traditional cheese that originates from Sardinia, Italy. It is well-known for its novel preparation method, which uses live insect larvae. 

Learn how to find and eat sea urchins in the ocean. They're invasive and threaten kelp forests, so eating them can help the environment.