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Chef Jean-Pierre Rodot at his restaurant, La Cafeterie, with a bowl of witchetty grub soup in Alice Springs, Central Australia. A live witchetty grub (Witchetty grubs are the larvae of cossid moths) floats on top of the soup. Rodot loves witchetty grubs and ate this one alive, savoring its yellow egg-yolk-like guts and declaring them "Delicious!" (pages 4,5. See also page 23).

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Chef Jean-Pierre Rodot at his restaurant, La Cafeterie, with a bowl of witchetty grub soup in Alice Springs, Central Australia. A live witchetty grub (Witchetty grubs are the larvae of cossid moths) floats on top of the soup. Rodot loves witchetty grubs and ate this one alive, savoring its yellow egg-yolk-like guts and declaring them "Delicious!" (pages 4,5. See also page 23).