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The Jamaican Web site, the Gleaner, posted recipes for dishes featuring caterpillars and cockroaches.

| April 19, 2010

The Jamaican Web site, the Gleaner, posted recipes for dishes featuring caterpillars and cockroaches.

The site noted that caterpillars are a popular food source because they are common over most of the world. They can be eaten raw, fried, baked or even dried and stored for use at a later date.

As far as cockroaches, the Web site reports that they are best served simmered in vinegar then boiled with butter, farina flour, pepper and salt to make a paste.

Source: The Gleaner

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