As any zombie would tell you (could they actually form sentences), brains are delicious. To celebrate the DVD release of "The Walking Dead Season 2", a London zombie food truck has popped up to prove it.

The Gory Gourmet food truck comes to us from Street Kitchen chef and mastermind Mark Jankel. The menu is... well, decidedly offal-oriented. Its main course, the Big Brain Burger is made of English calf brains. Jankel told Oddity Central, “We soak it in vinegar and salt, powder and fried until golden crispy. I’m not sure whether it can help you be more intelligent or not but if you want a change for lunch, try this dish.”

Hungry for brains, but not in the mood for a burger? Here's the rest of the menu:

Crispy Brain Dippers
Crispy chunks of brain with barbecue sauce

Brain Salad Wrap
Crispy chunks of brain with wild rocket and tarragon mayo

Feet and Thyroid Nuggets
Nuggets of pig’s feet and cow thyroid with herb mayo

Skewered Hearts
Grilled beef heart skewers with horseradish mayo

Can't make it to London, but want to sink your teeth into some brainy burgers? "The Walking Dead" UK's Facebook page offers some helpful brain prep tips:

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  • Run Longer With Foods To Prevent Lactic Acid Buildup

    If your legs start cramping up as you sprint away from a zombie pursuer, you're feeling the effects of a lactic acid buildup. You can help that from happening by chowing down on certain foods. <a href="" target="_hplink">Livestrong</a> recommends dishes with iron (tofu or salmon), potassium (bananas) and <a href="" target="_hplink">baking soda</a>. <em>Photos by Flickr users <a href="" target="_hplink">Orin Zebest</a>, <a href="" target="_hplink">James Bowe</a>.</em>

  • Stay Fed With Stockpiled Non-Perishable Foods

    You'll likely be hunkering down for weeks at a time, so non-perishable items are a must. We suggest items with long shelf lives like peanut butter, canned tuna and baked beans. <em>Soldier photo by Flickr user <a href="" target="_hplink">pranavian</a></em>

  • Make Yourself Slippery With Spicy Foods

    If a zombie already has you in its clutches, your only hope for escape might be slippery flesh. Achieve the effect by noshing on spicy or hot-temperature foods and sweating profusely. It might sound silly now, but you won't be laughing when your sriracha saves you from a violent end. Other spicy foods like chicken wings will get the job done, but so will foods prepared at hot temperatures, like coffee or soup. <em>Zombie photo by Flickr user <a href="" target="_hplink">thivierr</a>.</em>

  • Distract Zombies With Brains And Brain Candy

    OK, to be fair, we have no idea where to find <a href="" target="_hplink">canned pork brains</a>. But, out of the can they're available at butcher shops. You'll be wanting to have them on hand, to trick the zombie long enough to make your escape. If you're unable to find any, we suggest getting ahold of candy brains, made out of <a href="" target="_hplink">gummies</a> or <a href="" target="_hplink">chocolate</a>. Couldn't hurt to try, right? <em>Photo of girls running away by Flickr user <a href="" target="_hplink">Pink Sherbet Photography</a>.</em>

  • Stay Awake With Heavy Duty Caffeine Boosts

    Keeping your wits about you will be crucial for staying alive. On long all-night zombie watches, stay caffeinated with soft drinks, energy drinks and coffee. You may start twitching, but at least you won't be undead.