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Mealworm Tacos! I haven't seen mealworms since High School biology class; I haven't missed them, either.

But there is something cool about the proprietor's philosophy: “I really want to introduce a type of Mexican cuisine, the pre-Hispanic cuisine, that hasn't being recognized outside of Mexico.”

I respect that.
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I thought people tried to get rid of parasites - eating them? I can't even look at the picture. I'll be more thankful of what I eat today! Thanks for the
First reactions : Ewwww and Yuck and Bwwah!
Second reaction: I will try almost anything once, and make my mind about it afterwards...
I'm going to have to pass on this!
i don't know if i could eat the mealworm tacos, but the rest of them look pretty delicious!
It's protein right? Thanks but i'll pass this taco. lol
ewwwwww! it is delicious?
jamais manger possible que cela est très bon
+Joshua Lagina I agree - I thought they all looked pretty good except the mealworms. Maybe +ZAGAT has a different idea of "crazy" than we do... :)
+Bruce Alter "Never eat what a lizard won't eat" is a good philosophy!
that will be cool if you do so ok so let go for it
чё там, опарыши?
I know that insects are a good diet. And I know they are not that much different from for example shrimp. I still prefer shrimp. Sometimes it's hard to overcome your cultural background.
+Gunnar Meyer Well said.
+Larry BK It's common in many parts of the world, but still difficult to wrap your mind around when you're not used to it!
Might as well drink it down with tequila with the worm....! Lol
I mean I'm just saying..... Now I'll catch fish with the meal worms and then clean, cook an eat the fish.... But the bait?..... I'd rather drink dos gusanos.
I would love to see someone eat those worm tacos without out getting sick in the process. I will try most things once but this couldn't do it. Maybe if there was some serious money behind it then I would will myself in to eating it!
mmm, what about snails? - scargots? in french or caracoles in spanish.
Your cultural background is very important for this kind of food.
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+Hilah Johnson Couldn't agree more culture does make a difference. Although I did see a statistic that said we eat on average about 5lbs of dried dead bug a year in our food.
Ha! Yeah I've seen something like that, too, +David Wendel, not to mention the rat poop. Ewww.
But I guess we're all still alive!
Are we really? Have you ever seen how grapes are made into raisins? You will think bout that red box before you open it.... Lol

i don't know if u know our celeber traditional food "couscous" tunisian cousous, if yes i hope you write smth about it.
oh I think I'm going to be sick if I think of anything like mealworms in my taco.
I can't eat this ewwwww. No worms in my tacos please
now not hungry. eeewwwww!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
LOOK SO YUMMY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I think hilah your's hobbish is made a sweet dish with nutrients food. it is a good habbit and i like your hobbish.Joy Marandi
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