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Bessie Liddle savors a roasted witchetty grub for its flavor and its nostalgia (she has not hunted the grubs to the extent she did when she was young, partly due to the proliferation of supermarket foodstuffs and partly due to her age), outside Alice Springs, Central Australia. (Witchetty grubs are the larvae of cossid moths).(Man Eating Bugs page 22)

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Bessie Liddle savors a roasted witchetty grub for its flavor and its nostalgia (she has not hunted the grubs to the extent she did when she was young, partly due to the proliferation of supermarket foodstuffs and partly due to her age), outside Alice Springs, Central Australia. (Witchetty grubs are the larvae of cossid moths).(Man Eating Bugs page 22)