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A pizza recipe with artichoke, mozzarella — and cicadas

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In central Mexico many people eat grasshoppers. We go to a restaurant that features grasshoppers, but I can't bring myself to try it. Not hungry enough yet.

They have many other dishes from that region that one does not typically find in Mexican restaurants in the States, such as a large variety of moles. Delicious.

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Locus, grasshoppers just become crispy pieces with much taste. Semi probably same.

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Why are so many places suddenly trying to promote cicadas as a source of food?

Fish meal, maybe

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The main Eason people don’t eat bugs is because there’s much more appetizing options available.

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Entomophagy 'insect diet' has been consumed since the stone age. So this is just modern toppings.

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YUK!

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After eating this "pizza" do you make cicada sounds when you burp?

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Desert TortoiseMay 24 03:46 am JST

After eating this "pizza" do you make cicada sounds when you burp?

Probably not, unless you identify as an insect (not impossible in today's world), or have a tymbal muscle on your abdominal segments.

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