Epoisses cheeseÉpoisses, a strong-smelling French cheese, isn't offered in America. Unpasteurized, raw milk cheese under 60 days old causes this. Plan a European visit to try the genuine thing.
Silver drageesThe FDA warns against eating silver sprinkles on baked goods, particularly around the holidays. Silver is forbidden in food, hence the sprinkling are inedible. Silver sprinkles are sold at grocery stores, but they're not edible.
Foie grasCalifornia bans foie gras, while other states allow it. Foie gras is controversial because ducks and geese are force-fed, causing their livers to enlarge and create a painful condition.
Flamin' Hot CheetosThe FDA hasn't addressed Flamin' Hot Cheetos, school districts' worst enemy. California, New Mexico, and Illinois schools have banned spicy Cheetos since 2012.
SwanSwans, including the North American trumpeter, are endangered. Unlike trumpeter swans, tundra swans may be shot and eaten in numerous U.S. states.
Sassafras oilNo sassafras oil in your root beer. As a carcinogen, the oil is prohibited nationwide. It's legal in cinnamon and basil.