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Arrangements of cold, canned, edible insects in an inn in Ina City. The various insects, zaza-mushi, grasshoppers, bee larvae, and silkworm pupae, are all cooked and canned in a brown sauce of sugar and soy, and therefore all possess the same flavor which masks their individual flavors, Ina City, Japan. (Man Eating Bugs page 36)

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Arrangements of cold, canned, edible insects in an inn in Ina City. The various insects, zaza-mushi, grasshoppers, bee larvae, and silkworm pupae, are all cooked and canned in a brown sauce of sugar and soy, and therefore all possess the same flavor which masks their individual flavors, Ina City, Japan. (Man Eating Bugs page 36)