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Ha thats funny ML,one of those pricks in my gob isn't a good thought but they are about again,we get droves of them in our switchyards for some reason,apparently they are on some migration to the caves in the Snowy area?:yesnod:
 

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Every Harley rider's favourite "entrée" before they stop for a latte and croissant.
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not this harley riders brecky i wear an arai rxrr5
 

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Eating insects is nothing new to mankind, just obscene to the modern diner. On a camping trip years ago a buncha moths laned in the salad bowl under the flourescent light. Soaked in Paul Newman Italian, they tasted like...well, Paul Newmans. Good though. The fact that we'd finished off a bit of Old Grand Dad may have fueled the bug fest.

I'd a thought with the Aboriginal population, bug eating would not be a big deal in OZ. Maybe you be a city slicker and way to Engrish?
 

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mmm the article suggests de-winged, de-furred then lightly roasted with some canola oil, I am told the Aboriginals would also roast them on hot rocks before eating, maybe I can scrape some bogong moths off my exhaust pipe to try ???

I used to eat whole raw insects....... now I wear a full face helmet :)
 
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