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(Telegraph)   Cockroaches are now all the rage in China for their medicinal benefits, or so they say: "The cockroach, whose innards resemble cottage cheese, has an earthy taste, with a slight twinge of ammonia"   ( divider line
    More: Sick, German cockroaches, Guangdong Province, Chinese media, stomach flu, bed sheets, Shandong Province, Periplaneta americana, small farm  
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2013-10-24 09:02:42 AM  
Yes, that's what my daily meal is missing: The taste of pissed-on dirt.
2013-10-24 09:37:24 AM  
2013-10-24 09:41:56 AM  
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2013-10-24 10:02:45 AM  
They may taste like pumpkin pie, but I'd never know 'cause I wouldn't eat the filthy motherfarkers
2013-10-24 10:25:14 AM  
Perhaps we can start a new industry, exporting our cockroaches to China.

/best revenge for the poisoned shiat they keep sending us.
2013-10-24 10:25:22 AM  
Well, if there's one way to insure that something will end up on the brink of extinction, tell the Chinese.  I give cockroaches 10 years, tops.

Maybe we can tell them mosquitoes are better than rhino horn?
2013-10-24 10:35:34 AM  
New rule: don't eat while reading Fark headlines.

/oh god
2013-10-24 10:45:58 AM  
same guys that keep pet crickets, right?
2013-10-24 12:05:47 PM  
The cockroach, whose innards resemble cottage cheese

Oh good. I was afraid that once I bit through the crunchy exoskeleton, with the wiry antennae tickling the roof of my mouth, that I might bite into something disgusting.
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