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Five Reasons Why You Should Try Roasted Insects in Thailand

Five Reasons Why You Should Try Roasted Insects in Thailand

The first time I tried fried insects in Thailand thanks to the cunning of one Thai (that would know his name). It was in Pattaya, late at night. We stood by the makashnitsa, which sold all these roasted beetles, poked a finger in locusts and giggled. Meanwhile, the seller was frying a portion of larvae of silkworms and grasshoppers for her buyer.

Having received his container with exotic food, the buyer did not rush to leave. Guessing that we were latent beetle-eaters, the Thai man, with all Thai goodwill and friendliness, handed us this delicacy: “Try it, it's number 1 in Thailand! Aroy mahk-mahk! "

I did not want the Thai man to be offended, and I said: "Give it to me!" At that moment I thought about the fact that, in the event of something, a stomach would not jump out of one fried larva. And what really happened? Delicious, seasoned with spices, crispy, juicy meat (or whatever) melted in the mouth, leaving an incomparable aftertaste. I immediately turned to the seller and said: “I am the same! Two!"

Ten minutes later we were sitting on the beach, and I called my mother to boast what kind of tasty they are, these fried grasshoppers, and that with beer I will never again eat chips, but only larvae.

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