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The most wacky & delicious fried food at America's best state fairs

By Daniel Bukszpan of Mediafeed | Slide 1 of 19: Most people know that when it comes to frying things, state fairs are like international waters – they fall under no jurisdiction that can tell them what they can or can’t fry. Freed of such statutes and, perhaps more importantly, good taste, a lot of stuff gets deep-fried that you would never, ever imagine. Most people who have attended a state fair or two in their lives know this to be true and have seen such delicacies as fried Twinkies, fried sticks of butter and, of course, the corn dog. As it turns out, these foods are old hat, and a bumper crop of new items are being breaded and flash fried at this very moment. Here’s a look at some of the more exotic, outlandish, and just plain weird things that you can eat in deep-fried form at a state fair.Related: Favorite American foods that are banned in other countries

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Most people know that when it comes to frying things, state fairs are like international waters – they fall under no jurisdiction that can tell them what they can or can’t fry. Freed of such statutes and, perhaps more importantly, good taste, a lot of stuff gets deep-fried that you would never, ever imagine.

 Most people who have attended a state fair or two in their lives know this to be true and have seen such delicacies as fried Twinkies, fried sticks of butter and, of course, the corn dog. As it turns out, these foods are old hat, and a bumper crop of new items are being breaded and flash fried at this very moment. Here’s a look at some of the more exotic, outlandish, and just plain weird things that you can eat in deep-fried form at a state fair.

Related: Favorite American foods that are banned in other countries

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