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South Africans: get the bug Cape Town diner serves insect-only meals

By Reuters
04 September 2019   |   8:05 am
Tasting grilled scorpion and a bowl of crunchy insects mixed with garlic and spices on a trip to Thailand four years ago "grossed out" chef Mario Barnard but also helped inspire him to experiment and open South Africa's first pop-up restaurant serving insect-only meals.

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