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(fried beetle)

  1. sarahlee1210 profile image54
    sarahlee1210posted 7 years ago

    This is common among provinces where mango trees abound where beetles usually thrive. It’s crunchy like its grasshopper counterpart.

  2. sarahlee1210 profile image54
    sarahlee1210posted 7 years ago

    ooh..thats a nice one crunchy flavor...

  3. Peter Hoggan profile image72
    Peter Hogganposted 7 years ago

    I tried chocolate covered ants once, tasted fine. I don’t think the problem lies in the food itself, it’s the way affluent societies have evolved to think about food. We have lost much of the hunter gatherer instinct so rather than thinking about where our next meal is going to come from we think about how we are going to tantalize our taste buds instead.

  4. Dame Scribe profile image60
    Dame Scribeposted 7 years ago

    True. Societies have grown away from eating insects but least they are promoted through Survival training. hmm smile not sure I want to eat any sort of insects at this time, thank you for the offer? smile

  5. susanlang profile image57
    susanlangposted 7 years ago

    I've heard much about the fried insects eaten by many in some secs. I guess if I were starving I might eat some but for now I'll pass on that dinner plate. smile  Have you ever eaten any frog legs?  Some folks say they love them smile

  6. kmackey32 profile image69
    kmackey32posted 7 years ago

    Ewwwwww grose, I'll never try it... I wont try clams eithor, reminds me of snot... lol

    1. Pearldiver profile image78
      Pearldiverposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      lol

    2. wilderness profile image96
      wildernessposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Fried clams - OK if a little rubbery.  Raw oysters on the half shell, now, really was just a giant ball of snot.  All I could do to swallow even one and it definitely won't happen again.  NEVER!!!!!

  7. Ohma profile image74
    Ohmaposted 7 years ago

    I have eaten Frogs legs (taste like salty chicken) eel, shark, and rattle snake. Never any insects that I was aware of.

  8. CYBERSUPE profile image59
    CYBERSUPEposted 7 years ago

    Just lost my desire for food.  I will also pass up the awesome dish.

  9. ediggity profile image60
    ediggityposted 7 years ago

    Fried beetle? Nobody does it like Sarahlee.

  10. Paradise7 profile image83
    Paradise7posted 7 years ago

    Fried beetle??  Sounds great, I've got the red wine muchies going.

  11. Mama Sez profile image71
    Mama Sezposted 7 years ago

    Insect is a rich source of protein.  If I have no other choice, then I'll take those fried beetles and I'd imagine eating a prawn big_smile

 
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