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(Photo by Matthew Richards/Pacific Press/Light Rocket via Getty Images)SATUEK, BURIRAM, THAILAND - 2016/02/23: Fresh vegetables and edible insects are laid out for sale at an evening market in Satuek, Buriram province in northeast Thailand.
(Photo by Matthew Richards/Pacific Press/Light Rocket via Getty Images)This photo taken on October 26, 2014 shows tourists taking pictures of insects on display for sale along a street in Phnom Penh.
However, I was too squeamish to go further than a nibble). I might even want to try the geoduck next time—although perhaps not on a first date.
People snack on crispy grasshoppers like they would a bag of Cheetos.
The Bunong people are one of the largest indigenous highland ethnic group in Cambodia.
The area has a large community of people who are originally from neighbouring Cambodia.
And fried tarantulas are so popular, they’ve become an expensive delicacy ” (the term for non-Cambodian), but insect-eating has attracted a handful of Cambodian chefs who aim to elevate this street food into a trendy and upscale cuisine.
At the market, Mork Mengly grabs a bag full of red ants for his first main course listed on the night’s menu, a Kulen mountain and pork belly with a banana leaf salad and tree ant dressing.
(Photo by Satoshi Takahashi/Light Rocket via Getty Images)MONDULKIRI PROVINCE, CAMBODIA - 2017/09/17: Members of the Bunong indigenous people rip off the beetles' wings for local cuisine.
(Photo by Satoshi Takahashi/Light Rocket via Getty Images)MONDULKIRI PROVINCE, CAMBODIA - 2017/09/17: (EDITORS NOTE: Image contains graphic content.) The beetles were ripped off their wings by the Bunong indigenous people for local cuisine.