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Maggots, licorice and cobra hearts at Sweden’s ‘Disgusting Food Museum’

Cheese teeming with squirming maggots, sheep's eye juice and mouse wine: the "Disgusting Food Museum" explores why a dish seems delicious to some, but for others is stomach-churning. On show for three months at an old slaughterhouse in the southern Swedish city of Malmo, the exhibit — created by Samuel West, who previously served up the Museum of Failure — promises to shock the senses. "Disgust is always subjective because it comes with what we grew up with. It's kind of an indoctrination," says museum director…