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Vendan children show off their haul of grasshoppers which one of their mothers cooks and serves with porridge. The children disagree on their preference of insects or meat, but all agree that the grasshoppers, as well as mopane worms, winged termites, and locusts, are adequate and enjoyable when no meat is available. Masetoni, Mpumalanga, South Africa. (Man Eating Bugs page 137 Top)

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Vendan children show off their haul of grasshoppers which one of their mothers cooks and serves with porridge. The children disagree on their preference of insects or meat, but all agree that the grasshoppers, as well as mopane worms, winged termites, and locusts, are adequate and enjoyable when no meat is available. Masetoni, Mpumalanga, South Africa. (Man Eating Bugs page 137 Top)