Montana is an incredibly unique place. The state is known for certain foods like pasties, pork chop sandwiches, and last but not least, Rocky Mountain Oysters.

A magnificent huge Red Devon bull used for breeding on a farm in New Zealand.
Sheryl Watson

Personally, I have never understood the appeal of Rocky Mountain Oysters. Some people claim that if you smother them in hot sauce, they are actually pretty good. I'm not buying it. I've tried them a few different times, and I just don't like them. The taste is something to be desired, and the texture is similar to rubber.

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Many Montanans celebrate the unique delicacy at annual festivals around the state. I'm not judging anyone that enjoys munching on Rocky Mountain Oysters, but they're not for me. Apparently, I'm not alone. According to a new study, Rocky Mountain Oysters are the 26th most loathed food in America.

What are Rocky Mountain Oysters?

Rocky Mountain Oysters are a unique dish commonly found in Montana, made from deep-fried bull testicles. When cooked properly, the bull testicles have a crispy exterior and a tender interior that can be quite flavorful.

FeastGood polled 3,000 dieters across the nation to find out which foods they loathe the most, and the Montana delicacy ranked #26 when it comes to America's most loathed foods.

What's the Best Way to Cook Rocky Mountain Oysters?

You might get a different answer depending on who you ask, but the most popular method is deep-fried and covered in hot sauce. How do you like them prepared? Send us an App Chat on our station app and let us know!

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