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Licensed zaza-mushi fisherman Kazumi Nakamura nets the larvae of the aquatic caddis fly which he later cooks by boiling, cleaning, and sautéing with soy sauce and sugar; the zaza-mushi are at the peak of their culinary quality when harvested from the coldest waters of the Tenru River in December and January, Ina City, Japan. (Man Eating Bugs page 32,33)

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Licensed zaza-mushi fisherman Kazumi Nakamura nets the larvae of the aquatic caddis fly which he later cooks by boiling, cleaning, and sautéing with soy sauce and sugar; the zaza-mushi are at the peak of their culinary quality when harvested from the coldest waters of the Tenru River in December and January, Ina City, Japan. (Man Eating Bugs page 32,33)