It’s cheese Gromit, but not as we know it!

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Casu marzu:

Casu marzu (also called casu modde, casu cundhĂ­du, or in Italian formaggio marcio) is a cheese found in Sardinia, Italy, notable for being riddled with live insect larvae. Casu marzu means “rotten cheese” in Sardinian and is known colloquially as maggot cheese.

I think I might just pass on this one..