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#1 May-19-21 8:53AM

Ernie
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Will you eat some Brood X cicadas?


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#2 May-19-21 9:33AM

Houli
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Re: Will you eat some Brood X cicadas?

I ate one last Saturday ..... not bad.

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#3 May-19-21 9:50AM

Junger
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From: Potomac, MD
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Re: Will you eat some Brood X cicadas?

No chance I'll eat one.....stomach is turning just looking at those pictures!

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#4 May-19-21 11:16AM

hookup
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Re: Will you eat some Brood X cicadas?

Not bad fried up in butter, garlic and hot sauce



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#5 May-20-21 4:36AM

backtofuturetoyota
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Re: Will you eat some Brood X cicadas?

butter, garlic, and hot sauce can make a leather belt taste good George!  I'm not sure about this one though.  I suppose if it was survival, but I don't think I can do it just for "fun."  I mean....I'm having a hard time doing that egg thing at 7 corners (you know...that half formed embryo thing).  blah! lol

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#6 May-20-21 11:53AM

hookup
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Re: Will you eat some Brood X cicadas?

backtofuturetoyota wrote:

I suppose if it was survival,

SpecOps buddy once told me "If you're hungry enough you'll eat the arsehold out of a horse"

I'm like "NO!"

But I have eaten cicada's before.  The grubs out of the ground not the hatched ones.  Not to bad if you don't think much about it.

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#7 May-21-21 4:50AM

backtofuturetoyota
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Re: Will you eat some Brood X cicadas?

hookup wrote:

backtofuturetoyota wrote:

I suppose if it was survival,

SpecOps buddy once told me "If you're hungry enough you'll eat the arsehold out of a horse"

I'm like "NO!"

But I have eaten cicada's before.  The grubs out of the ground not the hatched ones.  Not to bad if you don't think much about it.

well, ok....if you put it that way I'll eat it rather than the horses arse! hahaha.  I don't think it's a bad thing, just better used as bait.  And, with all the other animals who eat them I say let the birds, fish, racoons fatten up on them! lol

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#8 May-21-21 4:58AM

Ernie
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Re: Will you eat some Brood X cicadas?

backtofuturetoyota wrote:

I'm having a hard time doing that egg thing at 7 corners (you know...that half formed embryo thing).  blah!

Saw this on Andrew Zimmer's show...not for me!

However, I do love "frituras de seso"!


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#9 May-21-21 6:11AM

hookup
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Re: Will you eat some Brood X cicadas?

I like the seso in tacos - Mom use to fry them up like scrambled eggs with salt & pepper and serve them to use for breakfast.

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#10 May-21-21 6:13AM

hookup
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Re: Will you eat some Brood X cicadas?

Will also eat (if Google got the translation right) ostras de las montaņas rocosas

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#11 May-21-21 7:52AM

Ernie
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Re: Will you eat some Brood X cicadas?

Never tried bull gonads...


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#12 May-22-21 1:52PM

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Re: Will you eat some Brood X cicadas?

All the fly guys are exited!

https://i.imgur.com/IICOdZE.jpg


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#13 May-22-21 2:07PM

drxfish
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Re: Will you eat some Brood X cicadas?

Very cool.


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