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Hmm, never tasted an ant egg, not on purpose anyway. Must say the kind in Vietnam are huge compared to what is found here. I do wonder if all species can be eaten.


How much was it? I wonder if they raise ants in the back...


I had a phenomenal ant larvae soup in Thailand, that was a northern Thai recipe. Hot, spicy and yummy. I would definitely eat them again.

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