Mmm! Bugs for Dinner

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    A waiter at Krua Phech Doi Ngam restaurant serves bamboo worms and ants' eggs omelette in Chiang Mai province, Thailand.

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    Edible bee larvae that has yet to be cooked is displayed at Krua Phech Doi Ngam Restaurant in Chiang Mai province, Thailand.

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    Jitsophit Thipayanon cooks ants' eggs omelette at a Krua Phech Doi Ngam restaurant in Chiang Mai province, Thailand.

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    A chef mixes eggs with ants' eggs in a pot to cook the dish called "Ants' eggs omelete," at Krua Phech Doi Ngam restaurant in Chiang Mai province, Thailand.

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    Edible fired bamboo worms are displayed at Krua Phech Doi Ngam Restaurant in Chiang Mai province, Thailand.

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    Edible water bugs that have yet to be cooked at Krua Phech Doi Ngam Restaurant in Chiang Mai province, Thailand.

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    Michael Casey, AP environmental reporter, tastes a deepfried water bug during his "bugs for dinner" assignment in Chiang Mai province, Thailand.

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    A Thai police officer buys food behind fried grasshoppers at a market in Chiang Mai province, Thailand.

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    A customer holds up a spoon of deepfried water bug before eating at Krua Phech Doi Ngam restaurant in Chiang Mai province, Thailand.

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    Singha Tain shows fried bamboo warms after cooking in Chiang Mai province, Thailand.

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    A Thai woman sells fried bugs at a market in Chiang Mai province, Thailand.

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    Shoppers walk beside fried bamboo worms in a market in Chiang Mai province, Thailand.

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    Kanya Kamgham fries bamboo worms in Chiang Mai province, Thailand.

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