post #1 of Old 07-24-2010, 10:35 PM Thread Starter
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Edible Insects(non jeep)

I know its a strange request but some of you are strange My nephew is celebrating is 14th birthday and its a Fear Factor Theme. Any idea where I could find some edible insects or chocolate covered in town. Thanks Jason


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post #2 of Old 07-25-2010, 03:04 PM
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You should have saved all those insects you ingested while sleeping.
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I know the asian markets have bags of dried shrimp that sort of look like bugs.


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Grub worms or meal worms. Bait shop.
Go online and find chocolate covered ants or grasshoppers.
Some restaurants sell frog legs
Like was stated earlier, dare foods are plentiful in the Asian stores.

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Sick of turkey? Have some chocolate covered ants. The British company Edible makes unusual treats. BBQ worm crisps, chocolate covered giant ants, chocolate covered scorpions, toasted leafcutter ants (they taste like bacon), mopani worms. Even an oven-baked tarantula:

Black, hairy and originally eaten out of necessity during the Khmer Rouge period. Since then it has become a national delicacy. Our Tarantulas are collected from monitored sources to ensure their preservation.
Our Cambodian Oven- Baked Tarantulas come cooked and ready to eat or you can also warm them up in the oven! Full eating instructions come with the product.
Chocolate Toasted Ants, Worm Crisps, Weasel Coffee & Reindeer Pate - Los Angeles Art - Style Council

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problem solved.

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