Anthony Bourdain on the one kind of food you should never eat

Bourdain says he'll never Icelandic fermented shark and Namibian warthog rectum again

News Desk December 03, 2016
Chef and television personality Anthony Bourdain arrives at the 65th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, California September 15, 2013. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn

American chef, author and television personality Anthony Bourdain has built a reputation on trying any food at least once. But, there are some Bourdain says he will never be having again.

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The No Reservations and Parts Unknown host told Bon Appetit that he never eats on the many plane rides he takes. “No one has ever felt better after eating plane food. I think people only eat it because they’re bored. I don’t eat on planes. I like to arrive hungry,” he said.

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Even when he’s travelling from New York, where he’s building a massive new food hall to Tokyo or New Zealand or some other far-flung destination, Bourdain refuses to scarf down airplane food. “For a super-long flight, I’d order cheese and s**t load of port. I’d eat some cheese and drink myself stupid,” he added.

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Bourdain also revealed that he'll never eat Icelandic fermented shark and Namibian warthog rectum again.

This article originally appeared on TIME.

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