While many of us wouldn't think twice about eating frogs' legs, HuffPost UK Lifestyle doubt the same could be said of frog fallopian tubes -- or hasma to use the correct term.
Singapore's answer to jellied eels and black pudding, hasma is usually sold dried or cooked with rock sugar to create a sweet dessert.
Dried hasma is said to have a slightly fishy smell and sweet, slightly savoury taste.
According to reports, a recent surge in hasma's popularity has meant business is booming for Singapore's only frog farm.
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[H/T Planet Ivy]